Letters for Nov. 5, 2016

• Don’t be surprised if Trump is hired

Don’t be surprised if Trump is hired

The FBI reopened its criminal investigation into Hillary Clinton’s secret email server. Many feel the election has taken a turn in favor of Mr. Trump.

“Hillary Clinton once said someone who was under FBI investigation shouldn’t have been allowed to buy a gun. Now someone who is also back under FBI investigation should not be allowed to run for President of the United States either.” (The feelings of many)

As of writing this, Hillary Clinton has just over seven million likes on her Facebook page.

Donald Trump has just over 11 million likes on his Facebook page.

What does this tell us?

In the past, I was always able to pick the American Idol winner by going to Facebook to see who had the most likes or views.

I know what the polls say, predicting Hillary the winner in most cases. However, everything has changed since the reopening of the FBI investigation into Hillary’s emails.

However, I believe the polls are wrong. I believe there are still many closet Trump supporters hanging out there and when the curtain is pulled, they will vote for Trump even though they told their wives or husbands they were voting Hillary.

Many men will say, “yes dear, yes dear,” just to have peace in the house. Many other men are just lap dogs to their woman’s faces. Many woman are afraid to admit to other woman that Trump is their choice. Remember, behind the privacy curtain in the voting booth anything can and will happen.

Don’t be surprised if Mr. Trump is hired! With over four million more Facebook likes than the competition and so many closet supporters frothing at the mouth to get into the privacy of the voting booth — this is going to be some election.

Hanging chads will be child’s play compared to whats about to happen!

James “Kimo” Rosen, Kapaa


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