To the Editor:
As I read the guest view by Daryl Ice in the Sept. 3 edition of your newspaper, I see an example of misquoting our president that needs to be pointed out.
Mr. Ice states, "It's beyond my comprehension how a president can look us in the eye and say that members of the KKK and Nazi sympathizers are somehow good people." That is not at all what the President said. He said, "that there are good people on both sides."
I'm sure there were people who favored preserving our nation's history who were not KKK or Nazi sympathizers, just like there were people who favored removing such statues and memorials who were not Antifa or BLM. Therefore there were many bad people on both sides and some good people on both sides.
It's time that we all quit misquoting our duly elected leaders, at all levels, just because we politically disagree with them.