Re: “We might lose the election (This is why)” by Joey Garcia (Ask Joey, Oct. 6);
Trump supports the Klu Klux Klan—this is 100% fake news so maybe you should inform yourself before sharing your ill-informed “facts” with others.
I will let you in on a secret: Only the loonies on the left would ever end a friendship over the support of a political party. So when you call your friend three times with your fake news like above, you didn’t change their mind. They are just sick of listening to your lies so they told you they supported Hillary so you would drop it.
Bill Bixby, via sacramento.newsreview.com
Trump does indeed appear to support white nationalists such as the Klan, the Proud Boys, Boogaloo and many others. Note in 2016 David Duke, the wizard of Klandom, endorsed Trump. Head of the FBI recently said the white nationalists are the real problem, not BLM.
John Brady, via sacramento.newsreview.com
Re: “A new voice for North Sacramento?” by Graham Womack (News, Oct. 6):
So [Allen] Warren “didn’t respond” to your multiple requests for interviews? Funny, his constituents have the same problem with him. I guess he is too busy stuffing innumerable pot parlors down the throats of our beleaguered business district.
Karen Solberg, via sacramento.newsreview.com
A crutch for leftists
Re: “Proud Boys” by Clay Jones (Editorial cartoon, Sept. 30):
Racist: What the left calls anybody who doesn’t agree with them, what they don’t understand, what they don’t like and with whom that are losing an argument.
Mark Gardner, via sacramento.newsreview.com
Re: “Right before our eyes” by Foon Rhee (Editor’s note, Sept. 28):
Or maybe he’s trying to distract the country from dismal poll and virus numbers by keeping we liberals all in a panicked tizzy.
Janet Thew, via sacramento.newsreview.com
Re: “How fast to reopen during COVID-19?” by Foon Rhee (News, Oct. 6):
Going too fast just sends us backwards. Some things must be done right.
Tina Bennett, via Facebook
What’s with all the nighttime protesting?
It has been a general principle that you want to be seen, want to be heard and are not afraid to be identified as supporting the cause. Courage is letting the world see who you are, and what you stand for.
Now, suddenly, we’re hiding in the shadows? Hiding behind umbrellas? Attacking journalists? This makes no sense. Do we have to wait until everyone’s off work? There’s something squirrelly about this trend toward nighttime protesting, even if violence is not the intent. If violence is the intent, please choose your targets with great care. Busting up the business of someone who is pretty much like yourself is pretty much an inordinately dumb thing to do.
Douglas Downie, via email
Better than tofu
Re: “Planet V review: Pumfu, a tofu alternative” by Lindsay Oxford (Dish, May 27):
I personally loved this product. Lightly fried in avocado oil and then tossed with a kale pesto. Delicious, much better than tofu and without the soy issue.
Michelle Oxlade, via sacramento.newsreview.com