Chairman Frankie Waters Walks Out on the Beaufort County Commissioners - October 4, 2021 | Beaufort County Now | While the chairman of the Beaufort County Commissioners is certainly not "the captain of the ship", he should at least be capable of managing the conclusion of a contentious commissioners' general meeting, without storming off in a huff, unexcused.

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Frankie Walks Out on what is his responsibility, when it is paramount that Beaufort County's commissioners act responsibly.

    While the chairman of the Beaufort County Commissioners is certainly not "the captain of the ship", he should at least be capable of managing the conclusion of a contentious commissioners' general meeting, without storming off in a huff, unexcused.

    At the core of Frankie Waters abdication of his responsibility perform his elected duty was contentious nature of the minority commissioners - the real Republicans sitting upon dais - who had acted responsibly to request an investigation of alleged Child Rape by a third party - the NC DOJ - when no other law enforcement entity in Beaufort County would do so.

    While I agree that is not the responsibility of the Beaufort County Commissioners to act as an investigatory body of an alleged criminal act of these heinous proportions, I will argue vehemently that it is the sworn constitutional duty of this paramount local government, of all Beaufort County citizens, to do all within its granted power to protect all of its citizens, in whatever purposeful manner possible within our pledged powers to do so.

    The scheduled Commissioners' Comment period at the conclusion of these sometimes lengthy general meetings are time in this place where county comissioners have the opportunity to present political speech in defense of our obligation to do the People's business. These short moments of transparency are offered in retrospect regarding the events of the night's business, where we, who are elected to do so, further represent the voice of our constituents.

    The Frankie Waters Walk Out only signifies that there is a deep division between his ideals of governing and mine, including my fellow Real Republicans, Commissioners Randy Walker and the venerable Hood richardson, who stood with me to do what was invariably right, which is my maxim ... always and without fail - Beaufort County Commissioner Stan Deatherage.

The Frankie Waters Walk Out, and the the resultant conversation for our constituents that followed: Below.

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Should Beaufort County elected officials demand that every alleged incident of Child Rape be investigated in Beaufort County?
  Yes, without fail, irrespective of the parties involved; this heinous crime must be investigated, and the truth be known, and responsible parties prosecuted.
  No, some Beaufort County citizens are more elite than others, and these types of investigations can be most damaging to the alleged party in question.
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( December 1st, 2021 @ 9:27 am )
In my continual effort to use precise language, I would decry this act as the "Frankie Waters Walk Out" at a time when Beaufort County Commissioners are pledged to take a stand for its citizenry.

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