By: Diane Benjamin Somewhere I heard it stated: Illinois will open when the people want it to open. Your elected officials aren’t going to help, they are bowing before Pritzker’s tyrannical rule. The County Board debated for two hours last night. Peoria and the other cities who put together the HOI plan have all backed […]
No decisions were made. After almost two hours of many thinking they have the right to violate the rights of people and businesses, a motion was made to table. Some republicans voted with the Democrats not to make a decision. Meanwhile, the surrounding states are open. ______________________ By: Diane Benjamin Bloomington and Normal have no […]
By: Diane Benjamin The McLean County Board is meeting at 5:30 next Thursday to vote on supporting the HOI re-open plan. The purpose of the shutdown was to “bend the curve”. There was no “curve” locally but the destruction to the lives of McLean County residents has been beyond measurable. Democrats want to take over […]
By: Diane Benjamin Nikita Richards, failed candidate for McLean County Clerk, was recently elected to lead the McLean County Democrats. When the economy was shut down we were told it was “to bend the curve”. The purpose was to prevent massive numbers of hospitalizations that would overwhelm the system. Overwhelming never came close to happening, […]
By: Diane Benjamin h/t a reader From the Facebook page of District 8 County Board Member Shayna Watchinski: This is who District 8 really elected, not the girl who pretended to be caring. If you don’t want to be deceived again, don’t vote democrat.
By: Diane Benjamin A couple days ago this Letter to the Editor from McLean County Board member Sharon Chung appeared in the paper: https://www.pantagraph.com/opinion/letters/race-connection-furthers-division/article_298225bf-64ea-5b14-b9a7-e62de06e15c4.html Chung is upset an amendment failed that would have removed “China” from the emergency proclamation the County passed. Sharon, Communist China wants the same thing! Most of the media has knelt […]
By: Diane Benjamin The County is FINALLY live streaming County Board meetings. The chairs have been rearranged and two cameras are being used so almost all members are on the video. The problem now is most of the work is done in Committees. If any controversy occurs, it is most likely going to happen in […]