Washington-Warren Airport (KOCW) Modernization and Economic Development Groundbreaking Ceremony | Eastern North Carolina Now | On Tuesday, April 26, 2022, at 3:00 p.m., N.C. House of Representatives Speaker Tim Moore, Representative Keith Kidwell, local elected officials and industry leaders will break ground

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    WASHINGTON, N.C.     On Tuesday, April 26, 2022, at 3:00 p.m., N.C. House of Representatives Speaker Tim Moore, Representative Keith Kidwell, local elected officials and industry leaders will break ground and move forward with infrastructure projects that will allow the airport to meet the high demand for hangar space and the growing demands in the aerospace and marine industry.

    Beaufort County


    Hon. Tim K. Moore, Speaker, N.C. House of Representatives

    Hon. Keith D. Kidwell, N.C. House of Representatives, District 79

    Hon. Donald R. Sadler, Mayor, City of Washington

    Hon. Frankie W. Waters, Chairman, Beaufort County Board of Commissioners


    Washington-Warren Airport (KOCW) modernization and economic development groundbreaking ceremony. In December of 2021, Washington-Warren was the recipient of a line-item direct appropriation of $20 million from the N.C. General Assembly to support the airport's economic development plans. Efforts to receive the funding were spearheaded by Representative Keith D. Kidwell.


    Tuesday, April 26, 2022

    3:00 p.m.


    Washington-Warren Field Airport (OCW)

    200 Airport Road

    Washington, NC 27889

   Email: eruyle@washingtonnc.gov
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( April 27th, 2022 @ 6:34 am )
Mr. Rader,

You said two words (Democrat cheating) instead of five (Democrat cheating and Republican cheating). If we're going to talk about cheating, let's talk about how both sides steal votes. There's two sides to every coin....duality. If you've read any of the articles published under "Mission Command", you would know that I've discussed my exchange with Kidwell in great detail but I'll Q-ue you in. Btw, Mr. Stan Deatherage has seen the evidence with his own eyes as I've shown him the unredacted source.

I asked Kidwell a series of straight forward questions about Fixing 2020 and his support of the mythology that is the "Virginia Model". Not only did he deflect my questions WITH nonsensical questions/de jure Republican buzz phrases, he couldn't answer the question on how Dan Forest "lost" on a Republican ballot. He also acknowledged "Biden" as the legitimate President.

After the meeting, I intercepted a conversation between Ken Robol and a network of media representatives in which Robol states that Kidwell told him I was a "plant sent in by the DEMS".

Ironically, I know for a fact that Kidwell and Murphy pulled the trigger on Mr. Tony Cowden last Friday night. There seems to be a pattern here with those who've sold their soul for that ring on their finger.....they don't like Patriotos.

Honestly, Mr. Steve; there's nothing you or anyone else can say that could change my view on Kidwell.....unless a certain "theory" proves to be true (controlled demolition). Judging by his actions and body language, I seriously doubt it. He's a self-centered narcissistic man who has never had anyone throw shit back in his face. He's like someone else I've come to dislike politically and personally, The Emperor himself.
( April 26th, 2022 @ 11:11 am )
Fixing 2020? NC overcame the Democrat cheating in our state, carrying for key conservatives and Republicans including President Trump in spite of Democrat shananigans. Some of the things the Democrats did here have needed to be fixed so we do not have that risk again in future elections. Apparently you have not been following Rep. Kidwell's high level of attention to this issue. He has become the point man in the legislature on election integrity issues. Indeed when a local election official discovered modems in their voting machines which were not supposed to be there, it was Rep. Kidwell she called and he blew the whistle on it, exposing the presence of modems in voting machines in several other counties.

As long as Cooper can sustain vetoes, we are not going to get legislation approved that will be as strong as we really need, but a veto proof majority in 2022 will open up the possibilities of much stronger action to clean up some of the shady election practices. I am sure Rep. Kidwell will be right there to take advantage of that opportunity to strengthen our election laws.

Oh, and I encourage Rep. Kidwell to seek a leadership position. Conservatives are not well represented in the General Assembly leadership at present.
( April 25th, 2022 @ 6:48 pm )
Instead of worrying about kissing ass to become Speaker of The House, Kidwell needs to worry about FIXING 2020 and throwing out the voting machines.....that he claims are perfectly fine.

I don't give a crap if he got Beaufort County 70 million dollars, he's still a narcissistic Napoleonic little weasel who needs his balloon popped.

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