Should the Institutionalized Corruption of the Biden /Harris Administration, in this separate instance the Open Border Policy of our Sovereign Southern Border, be not only tolerated, but sanctioned by the raising of local spending by local politicians to pay for these now visible and known effects of rampant, and out-of-control Illegal Immigration?
0% Yes, it is a kind thing to do, and a way that our county, our state can aid in this tremendous effort toward local federal foreign aid; and now, thankfully, in great abundance.
100% No, our Constitution Republic WILL NOT continue to exist, as our United States of America, if we do not control our sovereign borders, to protect our citizens, to keep them solvent and safe.
0% I only consider what is topical and popular since my friends, too, only care to do the same.
What began as a local resolution to hopefully stimulate political discussion across the state of North Carolina on a existential threat to the continuance of our Democratic Republic ended up as a bipartisan show of force for the Tax and Spend Caucus.
Beaufort County Commissioners Frankie Waters and John Rebholz joined Democratic Socialist Commissioners Jerry Langley and Ed Booth to lend their collective political inaction to assert by representing YOU, in the face of obvious voter manipulation to the point of regional Voter Fraud, all is well here; just move along. What is important for this moribund collection of 4 amigos is that they keep intact their cantankerous caucus of joyous bipartisans.
In that scenario, where punishment is the prime concern of commissioners who have, in some collective years, proved by expressions of sentiment and deed to: 1) not be able write anything meaningful and constructive in their governing duties; 2) one commissioner, well two, have admitted that they are incapable of reading for comprehension; 3) while two commissioners just don't care; all is readily apparent; just watch the People's business; the manner in which it is conducted on matters that are inarguably substantive to OUR local government ... and beyond.
At the core of this continued transgression, by Nominal Republicans far too many, against Conservatives' ideals, and rightful issues to have a fighting chance to save this Constitutional Republic, is the issue of Election Integrity, which is at the paritcipatory heart of a fully functioning Democratic Republic. If good patriots become convinced that their hard won vote is canceled out by the unrelenting devious, and like the Devil, they are very real, prolific in their deeds, an working in plain sight, these true patriots will attempt another measure to save this Republic ... and, that is not the best option right now ... not if solid politicians will make the opportunity to patriotically endeavor to do what is right to save this Representative Republic.
This incredible discussion on Voting Integrity prevailing over a national takeover of Constitutional elections, where The Caucus won again is here: Below.
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Idiot President Biden has taken an intractable position to allow, endorse and facilitate the advancement of Illegal Immigration to further the political aspirations of Non Patriot Left, or for their Personal Profit.
As families and children enter a new school year, the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services is launching new public service announcements to showcase how communities across the state rely on early childhood teachers.
An upcoming event will give Beaufort County residents and government officials a chance to discuss and provide feedback on the County’s strategic plan for the funds it is receiving from nationwide opioid settlements.
RALEIGH — The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services will host a live fireside chat and tele-town hall on Thursday, Aug. 3, from 6 to 7 p.m. to discuss substance use, overdose prevention and how we can support teens and young adults in North Carolina.