Wednesday, February 3, 2016

The Brick in the Wall is Wiggling

When people ask me how I expect to effect change in a place I no longer live, I tell them that I will do all I can do. I know this mission is bigger than I ever expected it to be or more massive than I could take on alone. I've been blessed with assistance from people who are more willing, today, to see what I have told them all along. There is a big wall of corruption in Escambia County that has been in place for generations. They've gotten sloppy; they have put a very weak-minded man to give the keys to the kingdom.
This big corrupt wall has a lose brick. That brick is Sir David. He cannot handle the reality of the situation that he has squandered his time and people's resources in a fashion which makes him the weakest link in the chain or the loose rock in the wall. We all know if Morgan falls, he's going to squeal like a stuck pig. He has no loyalty and was the very least equipped to be what the money men need him to be. He's going to be found under a house or fall off the face of the planet. I believe that with all my heart.
We have seen this in the past with some of the previous "rats" in Escambia County. I don't have to name names. You know whom I am referring. Sir David has crossed some very bad people in his need for attention without regard to the consequences. He is cracking under the pressure.