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Resolution in Support of the General Assembly Initiating a Referendum for a NC Constitutional Amendment Allowing Self Recall by a Simple Majority Vote

    In an inestimable year of damage done to our Constitutional Republic by the politicization of Covid, and to the People and small businesses of North Carolina, who are damaged by the tyranny of bad governing by an Authoritarian executive branch, accountability must now reign.

    At the core of this terrible tyranny of bad governance was a despotic governor, Roy Cooper, who did have the constitutional ability to call the North Carolina general assembly back into session, but refused to do so in favor of seizing Executive self-perceived power, by faux executive emergency order, to frighten the public, then shutdown North Carolina schools and businesses to the inestimable detriment of the state's economy and its People.

    Then there was the Covid induced election of 2020, where Virtue Signaling was all the rage by the those frightened as the direct product from this tyranny of despots; for Democratic Socialist Governor Roy Governor did not accomplish this tyranny without additional executive branch help, such as faux Attorney General Josh Stein, and others - including the governor's appointed State Board of Elections (SBE). The culmination of their Democratic Socialist efforts in working-hand-glove with constitutionally adversarial forces led to North Carolina conducting, what may be, its first unconstitutional general election.

    My resolution, for this first general meeting of the new year, below intends suggest a fix to limit the denigration of our Constitutional Republic born from the effects of tyrannical politicians, whose one desire is to seize power at any, or all costs.

Resolution in Support of the General Assembly Initiating a Referendum for a NC Constitutional Amendment Allowing Self Recall by a Simple Majority Vote


    Whereas, an inestimable year of damage was done to our Constitutional Republic by the politicization of Covid, and to the People and small businesses of North Carolina, who were damaged by the tyranny of bad, unrepsonsive governing, and,

    Whereas, the Covid induced election of 2020, was a petri dish of employing Authoritarian control to the exclusion legislated general statutes; an ongoing experiment in frightening the People into relaxing their constitutional guard, so that a coordinated effort could exist to sway the General Election of 2020 in favor of the Democratic Socialists seeking their piece of that promised power grab, where Free and Fair Elections were far from their constitutional concern, and,

    Whereas, the North Carolina Constitution provides for the recalling of the NC general assembly by Article II, Section 11, but makes it too difficult, in a politically charged environment, to bring the general assembly back into session to legislate, and be watchful as is necessary, if, and when, the Executive Branch goes completely rouge in administering elections, irrespective of the North Carolina constitution and NC general statute regarding election law, as exhibited in the General Election of 2020, therefore,

    Let it be resolved, that Beaufort County's Commissioners do hereby beg our North Carolina legislators to enact legislation to write a NC constitutional amendment, and set an election for an Addendum to constitutionally change how legislators can recall themselves into session by a simple majority vote.

    Written by Beaufort County Commissioner Stan Deatherage for passage on January 4, 2021.

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