Letters to the Editor: Kustoff ‘should be expelled,’ Health Dept. responded with reason, respect

By , Daily Memphian Updated: January 26, 2021 8:38 AM CT | Published: January 26, 2021 4:00 AM CT

One letter writer praised the Shelby County Health Department’s management of vaccine distribution at Lindenwood Christian Church.

Letters to the Editor: ‘Kustoff should be expelled from Congress’

12:39 PM CT, January 25

U.S. Rep. David Kustoff should be expelled from Congress immediately.

Twice, he attempted to overturn the free and fair elections, and he voted against impeaching Donald Trump even after a violent mob, incited by Trump, attacked the Capitol resulting in five deaths and many injuries.

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Kustoff joined with the Texas lawsuit claiming fraud in the elections in four states; there was absolutely no truth to the claim and it was immediately dismissed by the U.S. Supreme Court.

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Kustoff voted with others to overturn the results of the Electoral College when it was brought to the Congress for certification. There was no rationale for doing this other than an attempt to overturn the votes of millions of Americans in order to keep Trump in office, even though Trump lost the election by a landslide.

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Letters to the Editor: ‘I am proud of our Shelby County Health Department’

12:38 PM CT, January 25

This is a response to the article published in The Daily Memphian regarding vaccinations at Lindenwood Church:

As a participant in what is now characterized as a ‘misinformation campaign,’ I was initially embarrassed. Reflecting on it, however, brought me to an alternative conclusion.

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With an ongoing international pandemic, we all expect whiplash changes based on new data. Protocols change almost daily as new information feeds into the system. What does not rapidly change is the culture of well-established health care institutions.

So, when faced with confusion, Shelby County Health Department professionals responded with reason, respect and compassion. Only when supplies dwindled did they turn away elderly citizens stating they should return once our priority health care workers and first responders received vaccinations.

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Letters to the Editor Shelby County Health Department U.S. Rep. David Kustoff

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