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Resolution in Defense of Free and Fair, Constitutionally Conducted Elections in North Carolina and All of the United States of America's 50 States

    The People of America faces a dilemma where nearly 70,000,000 Americans believe that so-called President-elect Biden is an illegitimate president, winning by virtue of massive and coordinated fraud. Understanding this predicament as truth does not suggest that these Americans are conspiracy nuts; conversely, it suggests that they have the capacity to reason truth from abject fiction.

    Accordingly, as a Beaufort County commissioner who represents thousands, probably well over ten thousand Beaufort County citizens in this election fraught with fraud, I wrote this resolution expecting better from our governing class, and others who care more about power than patriotism.

Resolution in Defense of Free and Fair, Constitutionally Conducted Elections in North Carolina and All of the United States of America's 50 States


    Whereas, the United States of America, in the year of 2020, and by the constitutionally prescribed efforts of all of its 50 states did hold an election that did occur under the cloud of multiple improprieties, many of an unconstitutional nature, other improprieties of a felonious nature, and,

    Whereas, in this General Election of 2020, a president was elected, where there is being proved that there was a coordinated effort by an extensive and corrupt cabal, including, but not limited to politically partisan state politicians that have certain prescribed duties to conduct elections; the corrupt and without merit, or any measure of integrity Propagandist Media, who did prostitute themselves to the benefit of the Democratic Socialist party and its candidates; the world's largest Social Networks that did traffic in Fake News and abject wanton Censorship to enrich the Democratic Socialist Party's candidate(s); voting machines that were internet accessible, and programmable to effect election outcomes; overtly partisan executive government officials and activist judicial systems, who played a major role in politically packaging the Covid Pandemic, thus making mail-in voting overly accessible, while not guaranteeing the performance of proper oversight to insure the validity of this convoluted process, and,

    Whereas, the United States Constitution, Article I, Section 4, provides for the rule making and procedures for states' elections (providing they meet all Federal voting rights statues) exclusively resides with states' legislatures; with the end result in this election cycle that some states did not conduct elections that were fully constitutional, and,

    Whereas, the North Carolina state board of elections, appointed by Governor Roy Cooper, did attempt, with the complete assistance of Attorney General Josh Stein, to subvert the will of the North Carolina Legislature, and, therefore, would have violated the will of North Carolina's governed people, and,

    Whereas, in this Constitutional Republic of our United States of America, the democratic process of selecting the People's government representatives is sacrosanct, and when that constitutionally prescribed process is amended by partisan politicians and other wrongful, and, or lawless activists, the entire participating public, irrespective of special interests, is wholly disenfranchised, therefore,

    Let it be resolved, Beaufort County's Commissioners, in totality, respect the sanctity of free and fair, constitutionally conducted elections in our state of North Carolina, and will advocate and act, without apprehension, for this essential end by the most constitutionally proper and lawfully prescribed democratic means, and, additionally, expect all other states' politicians /government officials to do the same.

    Written by Beaufort County Commissioner Stan Deatherage for passage on December 7, 2020.


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