LETTERS: Pelosi Blasted

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi of Calif., speaks during a news conference to announce members of the House Select Committee on the Coronavirus Crisis on Capitol Hill in Washington, Wednesday, April 29, 2020. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)

Thank you, Nancy Pelosi! The next time I visit the Kennedy Center in New York City, I’ll send you a thank-you note. Of course, I fully realize providing millions of dollars to the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts was much more important and deserving than providing relief money in a rapid and timely fashion to hospitals, doctor’s offices, nurses, small businesses and the multitude of citizens out of work due to this coronavirus pandemic.

We certainly know where your priorities are.

And I’ll probably send “Thinking of you” notes to the Kennedy Center musicians who were laid off shortly after you finally allowed the relief package you had delayed to be passed in the House.

Your grasp of what American citizens need and want really seems to be on the wrong fast track. Being a senior citizen, I know I’m really looking forward to higher taxes, not being able to afford electricity or gasoline, not being able to legally keep my guns and paying for abortions on demand until and even after birth. This is but a small sampling of what your party leaders are promising to deliver if elected in November.

Your sometimes ridiculous and often false criticism of the president and that of your fellow Democrats plus the mainstream media seems endless. Your negativity toward him and his team of experts from various fields (scientists, doctors, financial people, etc.), I feel, makes you think you can really solidify the American citizenry against the president during this crisis.

The problem is, the vast majority of Americans want results and not just the talk, promises, theatrics and political correctness you and the media push so well.

President Trump has delivered on promises he made and he is now dealing with this coronavirus pandemic with authority and effectiveness and he is keeping the nation informed of his actions. God bless him and all those dealing with this national crisis.

We should all work together. Like they say, “Together we stand, divided we fall.”

Melvin L. Thompson, Mission