Many elected officials are so power hungry that they feel they do not have to follow their own laws.
On Friday I noticed the following in my Facebook feed:
Local political activist Brian Vaeth noticed Joan Pratt (and her phone) in her car at 10:57 A.M. on Friday. I thought his post would lead to some outrage, but in classic Baltimore style it was basically ignored. I thought I would do my part to help spread the word about Mr. Vaeth’s observation.
SHE WAS PROBABLY DRIVING FROM HER HOME IN SUBURBIA TO REPRESENT THE PEOPLE OF BALTIMORE CITY!!! William T. Newton CROWSDEN@AOL.COM https://www.facebook.com/CROWDSOURCEBLOG h_ttps://www.facebook.com/BOOKSBYNEWTON_ (https://www.facebook.com/BOOKSBYNEWTON)
Maryland Delegate to the Continental Congress (2009) http://qigrisu.wix.com/quadrantbit
“Malo periculosam libertatem quam quietam servitutem”. (“I prefer the tumult of liberty to the quiet of servitude”). Thomas Jefferson to James Madison, 30 January 1787.
Doesn’t matter what she probably was doing if she was breaking the law she fought to enforce she is a criminal