Beaufort County Commissioners Finally Pass a Sweeping Resolution to Begin the Process to Limit Illegal Immigration | Eastern North Carolina Now | Beaufort County's Commissioners, by the slimmest of bounds demanding any semblance of intellectual moral authority, did pass a "Border" resolution of great importance.
In the most recent Midterms Election, the "Republican Red Wave" turned out to be a "Republican Red Ripple," which, as in all elections, confounded the political prognosticators of what to expect down the governing /political road: What, and who, do you think is best for this meandering Representative Republic in the near future?
Beaufort County's Commissioners, by the slimmest of bounds demanding any semblance of intellectual moral authority, did pass a "Border" resolution of great importance. By a vote of 4 to 3, this resolution condemning the existence of the Biden /Harris Wide Open Southern Border, while offering support resourceful State's governors /executives, who are offering a novel and wise solution to the establishment of what exists at the core of this initiative by the Democratic Socialists.
Voting against the "Resolution in Support of Defending the Southern Border, And the Delivery of Existing Illegal Migrants to Sanctuary Cities, Counties and States" were Commissioners Ed Booth, D, Jerry Langley, D, and Randy Walker, R. Voting for the Resolution were Commissioners Hood Richardson, R, Stan Deatherage, R, John Rebholz, R, and even long holdout Frankie Waters, but with a firm caveat stipulated in his own words (see segmented video below): Frankie Waters DID NOT truly support the resolution as written, but voted for it anyway due to political convenience. Regardless of Frankie Waters' true ambivalence to defending "The Border," still an affirmative vote is an affirmative vote, and this current "Border Resolution" is the first time that a full resolution, after many offered for consideration, has ever been passed in Beaufort County regarding this disastrous ongoing event of such grave peril for our Republic.
This segmented video from the October General Meeting is of the resolution to defend the Southern Border and move Illegal Migrants to Sanctuary cities, counties and states: Below.
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The Beaufort County Board of Health has appointed JaNell Octigan to serve as the next Beaufort County Health Director. She will assume her new duties January 1st, 2023, taking over for James Madson who is retiring at the end of December.
The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services’ Office of Rural Health is proud to recognize the selfless, community-minded spirit of health professionals and volunteers in North Carolina communities during National Rural Health Day 2022.