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Opinion: Letter to the editor



Dear Editor,


Above is a link to a letter from 84 individual district attorneys across the nation saying they will not prosecute their individual state laws on abortion in light of the Supreme Court's overturning of Roe vs...

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  1. Look at the repercussions the Soros backed liberal DA’s have caused in The blue states. They pick and choose the laws to in-force based on their own woke agenda. Are we looking at the same thing? Believe we are.

  2. If the DA can’t be replaced until the next election, someone needs to bring charges against him to put him in jail where he belongs, for not enforcing the laws of the State in which he lives. Or they can use whatever means are necessary to remove him from office and replace him with someone willing to enforce the law.

  3. Refer to GA Code 21, Elections 21-4-4 and GA Code 21, Recall petition. There are about 150.000 registered voters (electors) in Richmond County, with many Democrats and pro-abortion supporters. A recall requires 100 electors’ signatures to apply for the recall petition and about 45,000 elector signatures on the petition to remove the official from office. Sadly, it doesn’t seem possible.

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