Beaufort County Commissioners Vote to Keep Recording of their Meetings In Low Quality Mode - October 4, 2021 | Beaufort County Now | For decades it has been the Democrat mission to stop, or limit the transparent reach of Beaufort County's government, the People's business, from the political knowledge of Beaufort County's citizens.

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Nominal Republican Beaufort County Commissioners Frankie Waters and John Rebholz joined Democratic Socilialist Commissioners Jerry Langley and Ed Booth to keep Beaufort County's Government meetings in as poor of a quality as is possible by their 4 to 3 vote against enhanced tranparency in the video presentation of the People's business.

    For decades it has been the Democrat mission to stop, or limit the transparent reach of Beaufort County's government, the People's business, from the political knowledge of Beaufort County's citizens. In the waning hour of the Commissioner's October 4, 2021 general meeting, the two nominal Republicans. Frankie Waters and John Rebholz, teamed up with their caucus partners Democratic Socialist Commissioners, Jerry Langley and Ed Booth, to make it official that limiting transparency was their firm intent.

To watch nominal Republicans become their normal political chameleon selves, view the this segmented video here and learn the real truth: Below.

    As well indicated by the vote after the discussion, the nominal Republican commissioners (Waters and Rebholz) locked "bipartisan" arms with their political allies - the Democratic Socialst commissioners - to do their bidding; to tamp down transparency in self-government.

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( November 20th, 2021 @ 7:17 pm )
Decades prior to now, back when Beaufort County Commissioner Frankie Waters was an active Democratic supporter of Leftist ideals, Republican county commissioners Hood Richardson and Stan Deatherage were in diligent pursuit of full transparency in Beaufort County's premier local government. When Frankie Waters left the Democrat Party to join the Republican Party, shortly before that general election of 2014, to seek the office of Beaufort County Commissioner Commissioner prior to that 2014 election, he carried close the political baggage of the Democratic mission, and keeps it at the ready at every meeting henceforth.

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