CITY DIRECTORS BLOCKING CITIZENS FROM COMMENTING ON SOCAL MEDIA PAGES - CONTENT DISCRIMINATION AND INVITATION TO LAWSUITS
Have you been blocked from commenting on a city director's social media?
If so contact us as we are exploring filing a lawsuit against each director that has blocked us from posting comments.
Courts have ruled that public officials cannot block individuals from commenting on social media pages.
A public official in Arkansas has been sued this month for doing just that.
All sitting board members except Erma Hendrix, have accepted funds from a Chamber of Commerce affiliated and fronted Political Action Committee. This seems sketchy as the board has voted time and time again to hand over around $300k a year to the CoC for the past decade for "economic development" with little or no accountability for how the funds were spent.
Many directors, including Doris Wright and B.J. Wyrick have taken contributions from organizations like the Realtors Association PAC that fights equitable landlord/tenant laws yet they claim they support tenant rights.
Does the NRA give funds to candidates that support tighter gun laws?
Does the Realtors Association PAC expect Wright and Wyrick to have their back?
Hell yes they do.
And when watchdog individuals like our publisher calls out city directors on their shenanigans and sketchy actions they refuse to address the questions posed to them, turn tail and run, then block him from posting questions or comments on their social media pages.
It's an election year and it's time for change and time for some lawsuits to make these elected officials obey the law and not violate our rights.