By Dawn Butler
There is no doubt that US politics reflects on UK politics. They say that when America sneezes, the UK catches a cold.
The past two years have had me scratching my head. I wonder why the language of politicians has become so toxic. The hate and intolerance that has bubbled to the surface will have a lasting damage and we need to stop it. We need to make it clear that this is not okay.
These midterms are a chance to do that, and I hope that America grabs the opportunity. Because right now America has a virus and we are trying to stop it becoming an epidemic.
In the Georgia gubernatorial election, for example, which has become so prominent, they have to vote for one of the two candidates who can actually win – Stacey Abrams for the Democrats or Brian Kemp for the Republicans.
It’s been a noteworthy race because of
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