Well, it seems the anti-Pete Stauber crowd smells blood oozing from a wound with regard to the congressman’s stance on President Donald Trump and election fraud. It seems to burn them that Stauber is a Republican and they don't have total control.
Yet their party left the American workers and moderate Americans long ago.
Why would anyone actually think this was a fair election?
Even the state of Minnesota urged the use of mail-in ballots due to COVID-19. Yet, at the same time, the CDC said it was perfectly safe to vote in person. My wife got three forms inviting her to apply for an absentee ballot, including two from a so-called nonpartisan group which is anything but and which has deep ties to the Democratic Party.
Then there are statisticians saying there were statistically impossible anomalies in battleground states.
Get away from the mainstream media once in a while and you may find there are two sides to every story. Should anyone believe one side or the other — or either side? At least listen to both sides before making a judgment. Sometimes the truth lies somewhere in the middle.
Jerome R. Carlson
NOTE: This letter was updated at 9 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 12 by the News Tribune to remove an inaccurate quote.