WY Mayor Removes Trump’s Portrait — We Do Not Live In A Dictatorship

WY Mayor Removes Trump’s Portrait — We Do Not Live In A Dictatorship
The mayor said since the town government is a non-partisan body and they do not work for the federal government, there is no requirement to display a picture of the president.

The Mayor of Jackson, Wyoming has chosen to remove President Trump’s portrait citing we don’t live in a dictatorship so it won’t be hung.

This is what happens when liberals who are losing get angry because nothing is working to destroy the movement of the #TrumpTrain. Mayor Pete Muldoon has told his city and media he’s not going to place Trump’s portrait on the wall within his town government.

Muldoon has chosen to pin up Chief Washakie, a renowned Native American warrior instead. Although it’s his choice, he has to know there will be consequences coming with this decision. Many people will side with him that are close to him telling him he’s right while many will be angry and quietly think he’s wrong.

Muldoon isn’t showing remorse for his decision. He’s actually doubling down on it.

Source: Townhall

“Dictators like Joseph Stalin required their portraits to be displayed everywhere,” Mayor Muldoon told me. “Luckily, we do not live in a dictatorship.”

The mayor said since the town government is a non-partisan body and they do not work for the federal government, there is no requirement to display a picture of the president.

“The Town of Jackson is not in the president’s chain of command,” the mayor said. “The idea that we are required to display a portrait of the president at Town Hall is simply not true. There’s a tradition of hanging portraits of the president in federal offices within the executive branch – not unlike how grocery stores display pictures of the manager.”

The mayor told me in a lengthy email that he stands by his decision – even though he acknowledged Trump “won the election under the rules we have in place.”

“Dictators like Joseph Stalin required their portraits to be displayed everywhere,” Mayor Muldoon told me. “Luckily, we do not live in a dictatorship.”

The mayor said since the town government is a non-partisan body and they do not work for the federal government, there is no requirement to display a picture of the president.

“The Town of Jackson is not in the president’s chain of command,” the mayor said. “The idea that we are required to display a portrait of the president at Town Hall is simply not true. There’s a tradition of hanging portraits of the president in federal offices within the executive branch – not unlike how grocery stores display pictures of the manager.”

I think it sends a really sad message to his employees and his constituents that may not feel the way he does. I understand that the Town Hall is not a federal office, and there is no rule – but I believe that their actions will subject residents of the town and the county to some consequences (on a state level) that they don’t deserve.

Cut the political crap and put up pictures of trees and animals, instead. Far more fitting, in that area. He could have added these photos to the wall and a would have been a 100% with him.

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