Letter in Support of Ron Beaty for State Representative

from Diane Splitz, Sandwich

Dear Editor:

Constitutional attorney and conservative gubernatorial candidate, Scott Lively, has described RINO Republican and never-Trumper, Governor Charlie Baker, as claiming “stolen valor” for running on the recent economic successes and job numbers that have resulted from the Trump economy. 

The Baker administration has been riddled with personal scandal and has been pro-abortion, anti-Second Amendment, has raised taxes and supported sanctuary cities.  His good buddy and political crony, State Representative Randy Hunt, has been following in his footsteps and turning his back on conservative voters who have put him in office. 

Representative Hunt even refused to co-sponsor a parental rights bill that would prevent public schools from referring students to outside organizations, such as Planned Parenthood and LGBT activist groups and to allow parents to review and opt their children out of surveys giving to students while in school, many of which are created by radical groups and introduce young children to topics their parents may not want them exposed to.  NEWS FLASH Mr. Hunt – just because you believe some surveys can be beneficial, schools never have the right to go around parents who are sending their children to school to be educated, not interrogated about their personal and family lives behind the backs of their parents.

Like many conservatives, I often hold my nose and compromise my principals while voting for the “lesser of two evils,” hoping to at least slow down the progressive movement that is destroying our state.  This year, however, we have a conservative slate on the ballot that could turn this Commonwealth around, including Scott Lively for Governor, Geoff Diehl for US Senate, Jay McMahon for Attorney General and Ron Beaty for State Representative for the 5th Barnstable District.  For the first time in a long time I am excited about election day next Tuesday.

Sincerely,

Diane Splitz, Sandwich


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