Beaufort County Commissioners Vote Against Resolution to Support Law and Order in America's Largest Cities | Beaufort County Now | Beaufort County Commissioner Stan Deatherage submits a resolution for ratification to condemn lawlessness in America's Democratic Socialist governed cities, and the Resolution falls on "deaf ears". | Beaufort County Commissioners, Resolution to Support Law and Order, Beaufort County, Democratic Socialists

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Beaufort County Commissioners Vote Against Resolution to Support Law and Order in America's Largest Cities

On August 3, 2020, the Beaufort County Commissioners met to discuss and engage in the county government's management as evidenced by these segmented video vignettes exhibiting what doing the people's business looks like.

    Beaufort County Commissioner Stan Deatherage submits a resolution for ratification to condemn lawlessness in America's Democratic Socialist governed cities, and the Resolution falls on "deaf ears". With the board of commissioners made up of 2 Democratic Socialist commissioners, 2 conservative Republicans, and three nominal Republicans, one would have to question how this well crafted resolution would not pass, nor encourage any discussion. Conservative Stan Deatherage wrote the resolution, and Conservative Hood Richardson stated, "I just wanted to see if these RINOs were going to comment, so I remained mum".

    The reading of the "Resolution: Local Governments Should Rightly be Resolved to Neutralize the Cancel Culture to Preserve the Republic" qualified as the motion, with Commissioner Hood Richardson making the second, where next, the 2 Democratic Socialist commissioners and the three nominal Republicans voted for sanctioned lawlessness, and against the Resolution. There was some discussion after the losing vote by the Beaufort County's nominal Republican commissioners, but it was completely superfluous, since the vote was taken with no discussion, lending not one syllable of support to law and order, showcasing their complete lack of regard for abject lawlessness, which is now occurring daily in America's cities.

This segmented video of that resolution of support for law and order regained: Below.




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