January 12, 2022 - Publisher's note: Due to a publishing SNAFU, I have been remiss in my duties, here at BCN, regarding the proper categorization of county government publications; in particular, the Enhanced County Government Videos, begun August 1, 2019.
Therefore, to thoroughly correct this miscue, I will make the proper categorical correction, and bring these archives forward beginning on January 12, 2022; mixing these historical patterns of fact in with the current news of our day. Some posts brought forward will not be video broadcasts, but most informative posts as to who and what you Beaufort County Commissioners are, and how they govern.
When the reports of the North Carolina State Board of Elections (SBOE), working in concert with, and for
a Democratic Socialist: state's attorney general, governor and plaintiff lawyer to subvert a Representative created general statute regarding elections, I wrote this resolution in support of that actual Rule of Law, which represents all registered voters.
Resolution in Defense of The Representative Imperative of the North Carolina General Assembly to Enact Election Law by General Statute for the People of North Carolina and that Law be Sacrosanct
The NC General Assembly enacted election law on June 12, 2020 - House Bill 1169
, which was signed into law by Governor Cooper - to specifically address a revised Absentee Ballot process in North Carolina allowing one witness, rather than two, among other revised considerations, and,
The State Board of Election (SBE), under the control of the Democratic Socialist party of North Carolina, did negotiate with State's Attorney General Josh Stein, also a Democratic Socialist, to settle a lawsuit brought by an activist Democratic Socialist lawyer representing the N.C. Alliance for Retired Americans, a Democratic Socialist Lobbyist organization with a Washington, DC address; to enjoin all unto a corrupt governing practice known as "Sue Settle"
, which destroyed the intent of House Bill 1169, thus making the potential for election fraud far easier to effect, and,
the two Republican members of the five member SBE board have resigned in protest
, arguing that they were 'deceived into agreement of the settlement'
by the NC Attorney General Josh Stein, and,
furthermore, it is a dubious and specious argument that NC Attorney General Josh Stein would advise a settlement between the NC State Board of Elections and this Democratic Socialist Lobbyist group in a lower court, while the NC General Assembly was conveniently adjourned, thus out of session until the 2021 Long Session, whence the NC Attorney General could have engaged the North Carolina Constitution, the recently legislated House Bill 1169
regarding Absentee Ballots, the United States Constitution, and, all manner of federal election law in his defendent's arsenal to defend the sanctity of the civil right that the vote of every North Carolina registered voter shall and must fully count, and,
The NC General Assembly, as specified by the NC Constitution, cannot be called back into session to defend North Carolina's election law (since NC Attorney General Josh Stein will not), unless North Carolina's Governor Roy Cooper, also a Democratic Socialist, does indeed call North Carolina's Legislative Branch back into session, which he has to date not done, and
since time is of the essence in this corrupt matter, with voting already in process before this Infamous Settlement was struck, honest politicians must move with all haste to act in North Carolina's defense to preserve the precious voting rights, guaranteed by the North Carolina Constitution and the Constitution of these United States, of all North Carolina registered voters, therefore,
Be it resolved,
that Beaufort County's Commissioners respectfully request that the NC State Board of Elections negate their Infamous Settlement with any, or all special interest groups by end of business October 9, 2020, with NC Attorney General Josh Stein committing to a new policy of protecting and defending the NC General Statutes regarding North Carolina's elections, and thereby representing those citizens of this state that pay his salary, and bear the cost of his department, and,
Be it further resolved,
should the NC SBE, and the State's Attorney General not void that aforementioned Infamous Settlement, Beaufort County Commissioners will enter into an injunctive lawsuit, as plaintiff, on behalf of Beaufort County's citizens, who shall demand a constitutional election pursuant to North Carolina general statues, guaranteed by the Constitutions of North Carolina and the United States, or join any other ongoing injunctive lawsuit - be it state or federal - filed ahead of what Beaufort County could file, and,
Be it even further resolved,
that while Beaufort County Commissioners represent all of Beaufort County's registered voters, this governing body will welcome the assistance of any, or all of North Carolina's 100 counties as they may wish to better represent their repsective electorates in support of the People's right that all votes are sacred, and must be counted as legislated by North Carolina general statute.
Resolution written by Beaufort County Commissioner Stan Deatherage for passage on October 5, 2020, and then shall be sent to all mentioned parties, including the boards of county commissioners serving all of North Carolina's 100 counties.
Commissioner Stan Deatherage writes a bunch of resolutions, with many never passing - thus dying a politcal death - due to the political make-up of his fellow county commissioners; however, he writes them nonetheless because he deems these issues important, and knows that should they pass, they could, probably would make that small difference for Beaufort County citizens, and, hopefully, for our fellow citizens far beyond. This is Stan's contribution to the optimism of the "Butterfly Effect". Click here if you would like to see a list of links to Commissioner Deatherage's recent resolutions, beginning in 2020 and going forward.
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