UPDATE: Clay County Sheriff posts political propaganda

UPDATE: I have been made aware that this post is actually from a county out of state. Either way, it is still propaganda.

I couldn’t find the post anymore on the account, but a few days ago the below tweet appeared. It is against state law to use government resources to promote a political agenda. Besides the fact that a county sheriff is unaware he broke state law he also doesn’t seem to understand the point of having more IRS auditors and agents is to catch wealthy tax cheats which will generate hundreds of millions of dollars in uncollected taxes, which will help fund more law enforcement and training.

What a Clem.



7 comments ↓

#1 Very Stable Genius on 09.06.22 at 2:14 pm

Apparently, “Andy” down in Clay County wants to federalize local law enforcement, that’s a new one.

Reagan is the one who gutted the IRS. It’s time some feared them again. Trump would have never been president if a real IRS had had their fun with him back in the day…. AND, isn’t that how they finally got Al Capone?

#2 Fear & Loathing in Sioux Falls on 09.06.22 at 4:13 pm

“Andy” must be watching FOX News again. This happens every time he’s forced to eat some of Aunt Bees county fair pickles.

#3 The Guy From Guernsey on 09.06.22 at 5:31 pm

All of your protests may be spot on.
But your beef is with the Sheriff’s Office in Clay County, Texas.

#4 Tiny man syndrome on 09.06.22 at 7:15 pm

Hey you turd. Your facts are WRONG. Stop drinking liberal kool ade, it covers your “mustache”.

#5 Troy on 09.07.22 at 2:38 pm

We had 100s of police officers inside of Uvalde and that didn’t keep anyone safe.

#6 Further Fear & Loathing on 09.07.22 at 3:25 pm

Clay County, Texas: Is that like Paris, Texas? But wouldn’t that make Vermillion the Latin Quarter? I was once in Paris (France) and saw Parisians for blocks lining up to buy tickets for ‘Paris, Texas’. They were intrigued, but maybe confused. It’s amazing what wine can do to you. #BestMovieEver

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dCisln-xLLo

#7 "Woodstock" on 09.07.22 at 3:45 pm

“I once knew a guy from Vermillion who moved to Paris, France to write a novel”….. “Talk about ‘An American in Paris'”….. 🙁