Letter: Mr. Wonderful is right

David Charles writes that he is concerned with the passage of the Democracy for the People bill, which includes possible punishment for spreading election 'misinformation.'

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Minnesota Democrats recently passed the Democracy for the People bill. It’s passage tramples free speech and makes it a gross misdemeanor to interfere with an election or spread ‘’misinformation.”

The changes to state election law will help Minnesota remain a leader in voter participation, say Democratic-Farmer-Labor governor and lawmakers.

So, if one complains at the next election when they witness ballot harvesting, irregularities from mail-in ballots, and/or peculiarities at Hennepin county drop boxes, Gov. Walz and his prosecutors can jail you for one year. Sounds a lot like Cuba to me.

The man known as “Mr. Wonderful” said that North Dakota is a standout destination for investors. Meanwhile, he said he “would never headquarter a business” in Minnesota and that Moorhead “looks like Cuba.”

David Charles lives in Belview, Minn.

This letter does not necessarily reflect the opinion of The Forum's editorial board nor Forum ownership.

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