Dear Donald Trump:
I hope this letter finds you well. I’m writing to thank you for many things. First, I want to thank you for being a pathological liar. Also, spreading conspiracies and disinformation on a variety of subjects, especially the coronavirus. Your mastery of dog whistles and coded references concerning white supremacy and systemic racism, your xenophobia, lack of empathy and narcissistic personality have all proven to have no equal!
I really must congratulate you on getting 79 million-plus Americans to vote for Joe Biden and Kamala Harris to be the next president and vice president of the United States. Your references to socialist, corrupt “sleepy Joe” campaigning from his basement and Kamala Harris as a “monster” were brilliant.
I also want to thank you on behalf of my nephew who is a career soldier in the U.S. Army and my great nephew who is a third-year student at VMI with plans to make a career in the U.S. military. However, I must say my nephews certainly don’t appear to be “suckers” and “losers.” Go figure.
You really do have a way of using the English language. It’s easy to see why you don’t call yourself a “stable genius” for nothing. Have you thought about your Presidential Library and where it might be?
Perhaps in the pro shop at one or more of your golf courses. Just think, there could be Donald J. Trump Presidential Libraries almost everywhere! You could also sell steaks, wine and college diplomas. How great is that?
Just think, without you, the American people would never have elected the first Black-Asian woman vice president in our history.
Yes, Donald J. Trump, there is much to thank you for. Perhaps 100 years from now after we have had presidents and vice presidents of all races, genders and sexual orientation, our descendants can proudly point to 2020 and say, “you know that was when the very stable genius Donald J. Trump started it all!”
Thank you for making it all possible.
Bill Hollingsworth, Roanoke