Stop the Solar Gag Order
The meetings at the Sussex County Freeholder Board are getting personal. Last night's was like watching an angry man cursing the world because he had lost his keys. Former Freeholder Director Rich Vohden, during whose directorship the Sussex solar scheme slipped into insolvency, put on a disgraceful display of senior spite and downright churlishness.
CHURLISH. 1 : of, resembling, or characteristic of a churl ; vulgar. 2 : marked by a lack of civility or graciousness : surly.
SPITE. 1: a desire to hurt, annoy, or offend someone. 2: malice, malevolence, ill will, vindictiveness, vengefulness, revenge, malignity, evil intentions, animus, enmity.
Freeholder Vohden's target was, as usual, the only woman on the Board. And, as usual, Vohden was trying to show her who wears the pants. If you ever want to know what the 1950's were like for women, watch this guy talk to one. Vohden, a former construction union negotiator, doesn't mind hollering at a gal to make sure she gets the point. The body language is even more threatening.
As each day goes by it becomes clearer and clearer who is being protected by the Solar Gag Order that supposedly makes it actionable to comment negatively on anyone involved on either side of the scam that is costing taxpayers millions. It is becoming clear that this isn't something that was forced upon these people. It is something they deeply wanted and needed. It is something they will use to strip people of their freedom (especially women) and subvert the Bill of Rights of the Constitution of these United States.
We all should make ourselves aware of what they are up to and loudly say NO to the Solar Gag Order being pushed by Freeholders Vohden and Crabb, and their mouthpiece lawyer Dennis "mr. pension deal" McConnell.