Greg Maresca

Maresca

The unprecedented events since November’s election have left many Americans angry, bewildered and disenfranchised. Millions believe the vote was rigged and such strong sentiments do not bode well for future political bipartisanship.

In one breath the new president called for “unity and healing” and in another Joe Biden called Trump voters “domestic terrorists.” Moreover, nothing says “unity and healing” like the Democrat controlled House of Representatives conducting a second impeachment only days before a presidential inauguration.

Greg Maresca is a freelance writer who lives in Elysburg, Northumberland County.

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