SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2020
TRUMP’S 1359th DAY IN OFFICE
AND HERE’S A LITTLE SOMETHING ON YOUR BALLOT IN 25 DAYS
Pappas and Becker Finish In The Top Three
Anderson Township Trustee Andrew S. Pappas exercised his First Amendment rights this week when he came in second in this week’s Whistleblower “Tell Off Your Governor Contest” with another one of trademark “Offensive and Reprehensible Comments.”
In a not-poorly-written piece of constructive criticism, Pappas told off Michigan Governor Whitmer:
With all due respect.
Donald Trump has zero to do with the recent planned criminal activity against you, stupid and horrific as it was. You trying to attack the President over it is quite stupid as well. I know the people of your state. Your actions have caused this. Your arbitrary rules and edicts, which have been declared unconstitutional btw, have decimated thousands of Michiganders and their businesses. Your reactions to peaceful protests at your capitol, and your attempt to coerce local businesses to put you and your family in front of others have caused this. It’s sad that rather realize this, you have chosen to blame the President. There is one person responsible for this madam. Look in the mirror.”
Third Place went to Conservative Clermont County State Rep-Tile John Becker, for his Top Ten List of Felony Charges he filed against Ohio Governor DeWhine that included
Engaging in pattern of corrupt activity, Ohio Revised Code 2923.32(A)(1), a felony of the 2nd degree;
Complicity, Ohio Revised Code 2923.03(A)(1), a felony of the 2nd degree;
Terrorism, Ohio Revised Code 2909.24(A)(1), a felony of the 2nd degree;
Making terroristic threat, Ohio Revised Code 2909.23(A)(1)(a), a felony of the 3rd degree;
Inducing panic, Ohio Revised Code 2917.31(A)(3), a felony of the 3rd degree;
Conspiracy, Ohio Revised Code 2923.01(A)(1), a felony of the 3rd degree;
Bribery, Ohio Revised Code 3599.01(A)(2); a felony of the 4th degree;
Interfering with civil rights, Ohio Revised Code 2921.45(A), a misdemeanor of the 1st degree;
Coercion, Ohio Revised Code 2905.12(A)(5), a misdemeanor of the 2nd degree; and
Patient abuse or neglect, Ohio Revised Code 2903.34(A)(3), a misdemeanor of the 2nd degree.
The winning entry, however, was a telegram by Harriet Van Johnson, our esteemed schoolmarm that she herself had composed to the Governor expressing her feeling about the new sheriff:
WE THE WHITE, GOD-FEARING CITIZENS OF ROCK RIDGE wish to express our extreme displeasure with your choice of sheriff. Please remove him immediately! The fact that you have sent him here just goes to prove that you are the leading asshole in the state!