LETTER ABOUT LOVE AT THE PULSE
In the New York Post Alejandro Francisco writes a letter to Omar Mateen, “We are stronger than your hate.”
He goes on to say about Eddie Justice, “Eddie did not survive… But love did. In fact, it just grew stronger.”
No disrespect to Alejandro’s trauma but in love begins responsibility. If we love our mates we should eradicate their killers. It is our obligation. We should regain the respect of the dead out of the disrespectful way their deaths were meted out to them.
Hillary’s and Obama’s failure to name the murderer a member of radical Islam is a cover-up to paste false innocence on Mateen’s forehead like a Band-Aid.
Hillary and Obama are guilty of collusion in the deaths of the fifty human beings at “The Pulse.”
Alejandro says that love survived at “The Pulse.” But how does love survive when the human’s who incorporate love are dead and the administration does not evidence enough love to go after Isis?