It is sad how some people change. Or perhaps they don’t change at all, they just hide their true selves for a while, and eventually we find out who really they are.
This story might best be told by starting at the end, and then sharing the beginning. The end of the story is that Haywood County Republican Party Chairman Ken Henson has called a meeting for Thursday June 22, 2017.
The agenda for that meeting includes an “closed session” for some undisclosed reason. For those who don’t know, “closed session” is where all who are not members of the executive committee are excluded, and if minutes are taken at all, they are not made public. In other words, this is where you do the deeds you don’t want anyone to know about.
Now, the beginning of the story is Ken Henson objecting to just such a “closed session” at a NCGOP District 11 meeting. First, we have a short video of Ken explaining how wrong it is to have a closed session:
For more context, view the video below, from which the video above was edited, which starts with a motion to go into closed session. In it, you will hear a voice we have identified as Debbie King telling Ken what to say.
We have it on good authority that Ken is still calling Debbie to find out if he can speak and what to say.
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Oh how far we have come here in Haywood County.