In the Primary Misty Flowers is running for Whatcom County At Large Council Position
Fresh Leadership, People Powered!
Misty Flowers is ready to listen to Whatcom County residents and represent your needs for a Sustainable Future. She knows every family and job is essential. Our Children are Our Future: they deserve honest leadership, accountable government and an environment in which to thrive. Misty Flowers is ready to help restore Whatcom County’s economic and housing stability. With an increase in homelessness and crumbling infrastructure, Misty’s sensible leadership can restore jobs that have been restricted, open new local jobs and support reasonable housing options. She is also dedicated to protecting and preserving Whatcom County’s natural beauty. As an Earth Steward, she knows that sustainability means good stewardship with the land and the systems we all rely on.
A vote for Misty Flowers will support returning Whatcom County to a diverse, inclusive, thriving, family-oriented community we all know and love!
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P.O. BOX 454 Ferndale, WA 98248
There doesn’t seem to be a very realistic goal she hopes to move forward with. Yay liberal. Boo on the anti-science rhetoric. How does she get her information, and I sense a strong lack of critical thinking skills. Change can’t be born in simply being an emotional warrior.
Is she a Republican or a Democrat?
Smallpox was humanities most horrible disease. The anti-vax, anti-reality movement is the second.
Looks true to me, more than just “anti-compulsery,” it’s anti-vaccine. All vaccines. Nice sentimental folk song about tainting our children’s brains. No, I don’t think she belongs on county council. Just my opinion.
Is it wrong to have someone, or a body of representatives, to advocate for both sides? Isn’t diversity a necessary and fundamental need to make informed decisions?
Misty speaks up and stands for the preservation of the constitutional rights of all people.
well, actually, yes it can definitely be wrong for an individual representative to advocate for both sides when they are very contrary.
First of all, what do you mean by diversity. Diversity in ethnicity only? How about diversity in viewpoints. We hear a lot about the former, and are constantly seeing people “cancelled” for their diverse viewpoints. So no, diversity in ethnicity in and of itself isn’t necessary to make informed decisions. The ability to see flaws in arguments, one’s own as well as others, understanding all arguments from all sides is an essential part of effective leadership instead.
Amazing how so many people just cannot handle the idea that they were duped into taking a shot that WILL NOT PROTECT them, which anyone with a brain knew WELL before the “delta variant”.
Take your multiple booster shots a year with your organic vegan diets. You THINK you understand, you have no idea.. Keep the mask on. Keep doing what your told. This will never end because it isn’t about COVID 19 A-Z variants. If you can’t see that by now, you never will.
I’ve heard she is anti-vaccine. Is this true?
No, it is not true.
There is literally a video of her singing about anti-vac statements. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EWzOGZzUhr4
Yes it most assuredly IS true. Below Conner references that lame song. She also ranted in front of the city council in a video that was initially banned because the amount of disinformation about vaccines, her Twitter feed is all about retweeting garbage from noted anti Vaxxer Rob Schneider, Project Veritas (the conservative Trump supporting grift ran by that fraud James O’Keefe), and other misinformed and misleading sources. She is so far on the fringe that you don’t really know what or who she stands for. I find it incredibly interesting that her election website makes no mention whatsoever of her anti-VAX stance. I’m not worried that she will win this election by any means but most assuredly you should know who she is.
Check out her Twitter. It’s full of anti-vaccination b.s.
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