Attack on our nation’s Capitol
To the editor:
As the country and eyes of the world all watched in disbelief the attack on our nation’s Capitol Wednesday, Jan. 6 — which was incited by President Trump — it is beyond disturbing.
Inauguration day will be the day for most Americans to breathe out a sigh of relief for an opportunity to unite America.
To say America has just witnessed four years of unrelenting political tensions is perhaps the most honest statement our country has heard over the past four years.
We have experienced and been through a period that neither America nor the world would want to endure ever again, with the pandemic or political dramas.
To move forward with the new White House administration putting a priority on the COVID virus is an essential first step toward ending the war against this pandemic.
Americans can see transparency in the new Biden-Harris leadership and feel hopeful that our country moves forward with America back as a priority.
The Biden-Harris administration believes in bringing our country’s future together for all Americans. A more optimistic platform in which America, and all Americans, are the victors can happen by joint efforts of bipartisanship — taking down the walls and internal barriers that were put up by Trump and his administration to bring America back to the people of the United States of America.
Millions of Americans have wished our new president-elect and his entire team the best and honestly believe they will bring hope, faith, belief and honor along with real respect to our country and all Americans. Those are core values in which America has built upon throughout our country’s history. With our current challenges, there is no better time to enable common beliefs in bringing America back together, where we learn to walk together again, as one nation.
South Hadley, Massachusetts