Harold Johnsen signed Censure Commissioner Hurst, make Sevier County policies inclusive 2019-11-04 09:04:48 -0600IMPEACH Trump and Pence and all their criminal and cowardly Republican accomplices: FILTHY, CORRUPT, AMORAL TRAITORS and CRIMINALS and, of course, REPUBLICANS. Impeach, prosecute, and imprison for life in maximum security the morally repugnant, ethically-bankrupt REPUBLICAN TRAITORS and REPUBLICAN CAREER CRIMINALS Trump and Pence! Impeach, prosecute, and imprison for life the ethically-bankrupt, inhumane, hate-filled and CORRUPT REPUBLICAN appointees, CORRUPT REPUBLICAN Senators and CORRUPT REPUBLICAN Congressmen! Impeach, prosecute, and imprison for life all the hate-mongering, ethically bankrupt CORRUPT REPUBLICAN CRIMINAL creatures who have aided and abetted these hateful, shameless, cowardly, and CORRUPT REPUBLICAN TRAITORS to America! The REPUBLICAN TRAITORS Trump and Pence: Impeach, prosecute, and imprison for life the morally repugnant, ethically-bankrupt REPUBLICAN TRAITORS and REPUBLICAN CAREER CRIMINALS Trump and Pence!
The racist and homophobic comments of Sevier County Commissioner Warren Hurst have shocked people across the country. Please, add your name to protest his divisive words and call for policy change in Sevier County, Tennessee. We will deliver your signatures to the Sevier County Government in November at the next county commission meeting.1,690 signatures
To the Honorable Larry Waters, Mayor of Sevier County, and to the honorable members of the Sevier County Commission:
Calls have gone out across the country for Commissioner Warren Hurst to resign over his racist and homophobic comments. While that decision is in his hands, we call on you to censure him by resolution of the Sevier County Commission and to update the employment non-discrimination policy of Sevier County Government to protect county employees from discrimination based on sexual orientation, gender identity, and gender expression. We urge you to make this policy change by executive order immediately, to be followed by a confirming ordinance or resolution of the County Commission.