Letter: Our proper to protest Leonard Leo’s influence on public coverage

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Maine Home Republican Chief Billy Bob Faulkingham amplifies what I consider are Leonard Leo’s fallacious assertions primarily equating protest of Leo’s influence on authorities coverage with persecution of his private spiritual beliefs. Faulkingham additional calls for presidency condemnation and criminalization of First Modification-protected and Maine Prison Code-compliant protest.

I believe Faulkingham elides that Leo has made faith, and placing any private spiritual sentiment over all our shared civil rights, his public model. Of their public roles, Republicans and Leo have introduced faith into public coverage. It’s our constitutional proper to protest this within the public sq..

Annlinn Kruger