The FBI has become a Gestapo arm of the Democrat Party with early morning raids on the homes of conservative leaders to include the Mar-a-Lago home of Donald Trump.
The Orange County Commissioners will meet Monday October 3rd and attempt to pass an ordinance against our First Amendment rights, freedom to assemble and protest.
This ordinance has come before the Commissioners several times. Most recently on 6/21/2022 when it was tabled due to fierce opposition from the community. The final vote was to reconvene in the fall, speak to the school board (again) and invite them to speak (again) in order to hear all sides.
Commissioners Renee Price, Jean Hamilton, Anne Richards, Sally Greene, Jamezetta Bedford and Amy Fowler are driving this effort along with support from the Orange County School Board. There was one Commissioner, Earl McKee, who voted against it.
Please make a special effort to join us Monday night and make your voice heard.
The freedoms you surrender today are the freedoms your grandchildren will never know.
Uncle Sam says.....
Attend and/or give public comment at the Orange County Commissioners meeting. Sign up at the door before the meeting starts to give public comment.
Monday, October 3rd @7pm
The Whitted Building 300 W. Tryon St. Hillsborough
If you are unable to attend, Orange County Commissioner work sessions are available via live streaming video and Orange County Gov-TV on channels 1301 or 97.6 (Spectrum Cable).
Looking at the current crime in Orange and surrounding counties one can clearly see there is an emergency at hand.
In Orange County alone there have been 4 recent homicides, three of those were local high school students. This week a string of break-ins and robberies at convenience and ABC stores has spread over Orange County. Additionally a drive-by shooting was in close proximity to Efland-Cheeks Elementary, triggering the school to activate a soft lock-down.
If that is not enough the youth are under attack from Fentanyl laced pills readily available to students through social media. There are reports of students at Orange High School becoming sick and/or overdosing during school hours and taken away by ambulance. The administration denied students have overdosed from this fatal drug issue, however that does not resolve that these drugs are in the community. In contrast Orange County Schools immediately publishes when a student has tested positive for COVID19, yet they remain silent on the substances that are actually taking teenage lives.
A Word from Uncle Sam:
The New Group of Patriots believes we must unite to hold school board members and administrators accountable for polices that are destroying our children.
One group, Moms for Liberty, has made a difference in influencing the school boards in Orange County. Support them.
We must exercise our voices by sending a clear message to school boards. Call or email the school board members and administrators and demand transparency and policies that will fix this drug epidemic in our schools.
- Monique [email protected]
- Will Atherton- 919-323-8279
- Anne [email protected]
- Bonnie Hauser- 919-619-4354
- Carrie [email protected]
- Jennifer [email protected]
- Andre [email protected]
- Sarah [email protected]s
- Nylah [email protected]
- Rani [email protected]
- George [email protected]
- Riza [email protected]
- Jillian La [email protected]
- Ashton [email protected]
- Michael [email protected]
- Deon [email protected]
Additionally, attend the next School Board meetings and give public comment about your concern about crime and drugs in the schools.
*Joint meeting; Orange County Commissioners with Orange County Schools and Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools