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Opinion: Columnist’s liberal opinion won’t be proven correct
Atlanta massage parlor
A make-shift memorial is seen outside a business where a multiple fatal shooting occurred on Tuesday, Wednesday, March 17, 2021, in Acworth, Ga. Robert Aaron Long, a White man, is accused of killing several people, most of whom were of Asian descent, at massage parlors in the Atlanta area. (Photo by Mike Stewart | Associated Press)

As usual, Mr. Ruben Navarrette was his typical liberal self, throwing rocks at the police on the tragedy of the recent spa killings. 

I think most intelligent people today take this very simple approach to social media — “always believe what the police or law enforcement says, until someone proves them wrong” and “never believe what liberal journalist or announcers say or write until someone proves them correct.” Works nearly all the time. 

Frank Frederick


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