What's Happening NOW: "The (First) Meeting after the Meeting"; Featuring Beaufort County Commissioner Hood Richardson | Beaufort County Now | In this inaugural episode of Beaufort County NOW's community /regional based program, "What's Happening", where interviewing interesting people will be our prime directive, we talk with 6 term Beaufort County Commissioner Hood Richardson.
Now that it is fully apparent, to all who have the ability to pay some modicum of attention, that Imposter President Biden has extreme cognitive issues, in addition to being an inveterate liar: Can OUR Republic continue with this Executive Office that has completely failed, so many times, on far too many issues here at this early date in this abysmal presidency?
A few years earlier, we spoke to the conservative county commissioner about President Trump's election, which garnered a bunch of views, so, when it came time to resurrect this interview /informational format, I instantly thought that this very original county commissioner would be the perfect first guest. The Hood did not disappoint, and helped us have a meaningful first episode offering just a nibble of the real issues effecting the citizens here in Beaufort County.
With so much of Commissioner Hood Richardson's opinions on better governing practices to reveal, I think it may be a more efficient process by allowing the first episode of "What's Happening" to finish this explanation: Below.
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