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Rena
Mon, 10/19/2020 - 11:26am

You have asked "Are we missing some critical issues in our election coverage?" I know people would like to hear more about how the news organizations and social media are failing to report on the Hunter Biden laptop discovery and its contents (videos, emails, and pictures). The emails have now been confirmed to be valid by Hunter's prior business partner, and by the discovery of another laptop in the hands of the Ukraine government. It's clear that Hunter used his father's government position to financially benefit the Biden family through business deals in China, Ukraine, and Khazakstan (sp?). Where is the coverage? We all know that if this had surfaced on one of the Trump kids that it would be EVERYWHERE in the news. Not covering this topic is irresponsible and misleading.

Ward
Tue, 10/20/2020 - 10:10am

I hope you have insurance and can get the help you need.

Susan Zack
Fri, 10/23/2020 - 9:24am

My husband and I thoroughly support our Governor and appreciate her difficult decisions throughout this pandemic. I am ashamed of other people in my state who stoop to such low, selfish and despicable taunts. This president encourages discord.