Will the Beaufort County Commissioners Build a New Jail Complex(?) - December 6, 2021 | Beaufort County Now | At the Beaufort County Commissioners December 6 Beaufort County Commissioners' general meeting, Commissioner Rebholz appeared to lay the groundwork for the bipartisan voting block of Democratic Socialist and Nominal Republicans to initiate a spending spree for capital projects, including a new jail.

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    At the Beaufort County Commissioner December 6 Beaufort County Commissioners' general meeting, Commissioner John Rebholz appeared to lay the groundwork for the bipartisan voting block of Democratic Socialists and Nominal Republicans to initiate a spending spree for capital projects, including a new jail. So, if a bipartisan voting block of Democratic Socialists and Nominal Republicans feel that they have, and should seize the "progressive" momentum, one might querie: Will the Beaufort County Commissioners build a new jail complex?

    Watch out for those cunning "progressive" commissioners, whose demanding bipartisanship knows no bounds; they are some sly ones; those yellow, spotted hound dogs.

Could this be the beginning more big government in Beaufort County now that Bidenflation is all the rage? Watch this segmented video of the verbal exchange between most of the commissioners to get a sense of what may lie ahead: Below.




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