Everett- “With all of the matters that come before our city government, I am fully committed to bringing transparency and ease of access to our public processes and decision-making.” ~Susan Paine, per the Edmonds Beacon.
However, Susan Paine has not been forthcoming to the public. She has been co-operating with the 21st LD in their efforts to remove “elected” Precinct Committee Officer Willie Russell for all things telling her to bugger off and filming at a public meeting. According to Miss Paine, a newer member of the 21st LD Democrats, she fears for her safety because PCO Willie Russell told her to bugger off.
Why might she be afraid of the words “bugger off,” you might ask?
Well, according to Miss Paine, “Mr. Russell is a convicted rapist,” and per the consensus of the 21st LD, the term bugger off coming from him as a level 3 sex offender means that he wants to perform “anal sex” on Miss Paine. I kid you not, this is the level of weaponizing words that the Democratic Party has stooped to. She later states that “transparency doesn’t mean much if there is no commitment to community engagement and actively seeking all community members’ input on the major topics for our community.”
Youth and other members of the community are now afraid that if people like Susan Paine get into politics on this level that harsher zero-tolerance community policing will occur.
that a lot more of them will end up in trouble with the law due to “idiotic adult bullies weaponizing words.”
“We are watching adults bully each other and weaponize words making it easier for police to treat us like criminals for being ‘offensive,” said an Everett High School student.” These white women need to stop with the white tears and victim crap before they put a bigger target on us black kids that are tired of dealing with adult stupidity”.
At the end of the day, political bullying, dishonesty, and lack of transparency are being seen by our youth, and it’s frightening. The consensus of the community interviewed regarding the discord in the Democratic Party was, “We wonder what Susan Paine’s hiding, no woman is that fragile.”