UnifiEd, Stay Out Of My Yard

Wednesday, June 26, 2019

The property owners and residents of the non-gated neighborhoods in Hamilton County are currently under siege by another round of political rhetoric from a group I call UnifiEd and the Foundations.  

 

Sounds like a band, doesn’t it?

 

And may I introduce, “UnifiEd and the Foundations featuring Obama for America community organizers needing jobs to fundamental change our country.”

 

UnifiEd and the Foundations are a political organization that is once again invading our homes with their paid temporary employees as trained door knockers, ringing our phones with uninvited robo calls, sending political propaganda to our homes via mailbox, and to our email accounts.

 

During campaign season, you may even witness the UnifiED voter help transportation vans with pre-marked sample ballots, as I did at the Brainerd early voting precinct.

 

UnifiEd is just helping the children, with all this campaigning.  It is all for children says UnifiED and the Foundations.

 

UnifiEd and Foundations also have their footprints in the XQ billboards working with the former Steve Jobs trust funds, with the message:

 

“Our Public Schools Are Only As Good As Our Elected Boards”

 

It is all about political power and control.

See UnifiEd wants to control our local elected boards. They got the school board, and have their eyes focused on control of the County Commission. I say nay, nay to that.

 

UnifiEd and the Foundations, just don’t get it. We the mere villagers, cannot afford the vision of UnifiEd and the Foundations and their Memphis style taxes.

 

UnifiEd,

1)            Stop sending those paid door knockers to my front porch.

2)            Stop sending your propaganda to my mailbox.

3)            Stop sending robo calls featuring Edana, she is nice, but tell her to stop calling me.

5)            During election season, stop transporting citizens to vote with your version of sample ballots.

 

Look I am backwoods Southern as it gets. As soon as the Southern natives find out that the UnifiEd director is a former union organizer and from the Obama for America PAC. They sure enough will run y’all out of their yards, and hang up on Edna.  Locals or the natives don’t like this funny business, y’all will see.  

 

Don’t step foot in my yard, UnfiEd.

 

April Eidson


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