Authoritarian Governor Roy Cooper Works his Democratic Socialist Magic in Shunning Republican National Convention | Beaufort County Now | It has now happened: North Carolina's Authoritarian Governor Roy Cooper, DS, has chased away those pesky Republicans, and their National Convention, from Charlotte, North Carolina, and has personally sent tens of millions of dollars of economic development to Jacksonville, Fla. | Authoritarian, Governor Roy Cooper, fake crisis, Authoritarian Cooper, cvd19, Republican National Convention, pandemic, Queen City

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Authoritarian Governor Roy Cooper Works his Democratic Socialist Magic in Shunning Republican National Convention

Why do Democratic Socialists govern the way they have? The answer is to create fake, often evolving into real crisis, which they use to impose their Authoritarian position.

    It has now happened: North Carolina's Authoritarian Governor Roy Cooper, DS, has chased away those pesky Republicans, and their National Convention, from Charlotte, North Carolina, and has personally sent tens of millions of dollars of economic development to Jacksonville, Fla., where the National Convention will now be held

    For all of you that think this is egregiously unwise governing behavior, even for a Democratic Socialist like "Ole Coop", know that his specious argument to safe guard his state, through Authoritarianism, from the ever elusive Covid-19 was his argument for running the Republicans out of the Queen City.

    I, for one, will never buy this steaming load of poo considering this Democratic Socialist's actions, as political positions while governor, regarding the so-called "peaceful" Floyd "protests", which exhibits a grotesque hypocrisy of application of any statutory law that administers people while under "pandemic".

    By the way Mr. Authoritarian Governor Cooper, your unconstitutional "lock-down" is over - whether you recognize it or not - and wisely, do not try to re-institute it again, or you will politically embarrass yourself to no end. Going forward, there will be many patriots turning a blind eye to your specious "rules" built upon your personal grand political hypocrisy. But, go ahead, your penchant for grand hypocrisy has always been you permanent foundation for exerting your Authoritarian dictatorial powers, which I am certain we will discover that you never really had.

    Should Authoritarian Cooper, once again, zealously exert his Authoritarian control in any fake or extended real crisis, we patriots should just politely, and most simply, advise this Democratic Socialist governor: "No ... I don't think so!"

poll#118
Regarding the coordinated riots of 2020, is this Lawless Anarchy threatening our American society, and is our Representative Republic being handled properly by the elected authorities in the effected areas?
  No, violent anti-societal lawlessness must be put down immediately to protect all law abiding citizens.
  Yes, we must be a more inclusive society that embraces those who are disaffected and disenfranchised, even those who are lawfully challenged.
  Don't know, don't care.
73 total vote(s)     What's your Opinion?


poll#117
In the Age of Coronavirus, regarding the level of authority that North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper has exacted in his rule over the People of his state: What would you consider that measure of Authoritarianism to be?
  Not enough to keep everyone in line.
  Too much and exceeded his authority by usurping the People's God given freedoms.
  Just about right.
87 total vote(s)     What's your Opinion?


poll#114
Due to the Coronavirus Pandemic, should Beaufort County and North Carolina continue to remain closed except for "essential" businesses favored by Governor Cooper?
  Yes, Beaufort County and all of North Carolina should remain closed until Governor Cooper grants his executive permission.
  No, Beaufort County and North Carolina should reopen NOW, in measured increments, especially in counties where the Coronavirus has had little impact.
  I don't care about the local economy; I have Netflix, plenty of money, fattening foods, and enough toilet paper to outlast this pandemic.
222 total vote(s)     What's your Opinion?



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