Now that he can’t hide in the virtual world, Johnny O better get ready to face the public
Posted by Buzz Beeler @BeelerBuzz on 14th February 2022
Now that the liberals can no longer use pandemic fears to control the public, our county executive will be forced to meet with taxpayers in person. Will Johnny O be ready to face the public? (Photo Credit: Baltimore Sun)

The news came out late last week, and we were thrilled to see it.

County Executive Johnny O is going to have to leave the safety of his controlled virtual environment and meet face-to-face with the public again.

This is great news for the citizens of Baltimore County … and bad news for poor Johnny O.

You see, since the pandemic started, Johnny has been able to hide from the public and censor people’s participation. All the meetings required a Facebook or YouTube account to participate, and questions had to be sent to Johnny O’s handlers ahead of time.

We’re certain there was plenty of sanitizing and scrubbing of those questions and comments.

But now, with the announcement that the town hall meetings will again be held in person, there will be no hiding by the county executive.

Folks, we strongly encourage you to participate in any/all of the upcoming meetings:

2/23 – #D7 (Sollers Point Multi-Purpose Center)
3/9 – #D6 (CCBC – Essex)
3/16 – #D1 (CCBC – Catonsville)
3/30 – #D4 (Randallstown Community Center)

We will have our supporters in attendance to see if any funny business goes on … like requiring proof of living in the district, proof of vaccination, or anything else that could keep people from participating.

Show up and let your voices be heard!

Because this time Johnny O and his handlers will have no way to keep you silent.

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