In a call to action, a letter was published from what appears to be a since deleted Facebook post.
The letter detailed that in a special council meeting held on May 11 in the town of Port Headland, three motions were passed in challenge to Premier McGowan’s mandates.
It is said in the correspondence that in the council meeting local government officials voted in absolute majority to challenge McGowan’s public health orders and “never-ending extensions on his State of Emergency declarations.”
In what has been seen to be an exertion of influence by McGowan, it said:
“In an unprecedented and extremely undemocratic manoeuvre, the out-voted minority Mayor and two of his councillors have buckled to the wishes of McGowan’s Pilbara lapdog–the unelected Port Headland CEO–and called a last-minute Special Council meeting this Wednesday, June 1st at 5:30pm.” It added,
“The specific intention of Wednesday’s meeting is the REVOKING OF OUR MOTIONS!!”
The writer expressed the outrage felt by residents in the Headlands, labelling the mayor and his ‘fellow minority minions’ as ‘gutless’ and ‘spineless.’
The correspondence went on to note that transmission of covid-19 transmits equally between the jabbed and unjabbed and questioned why 80 percent of the workforce in Port Headland were being ‘coerced’ into a third and fourth dose of the experimental gene therapy.
The writer sent out a ‘call to ac prompting people to attend the June 1 Special Council meeting, saying,
“Let’s stand beside each other and make history in Hedland. Like the ANZACS before us, we will not bow down to petty tyrants like McGowan and his impotent sycophants in the Hedland Council administration.”
The correspondence then listed the names of a group of Councillors who were in full support of challenging McGowan’s draconian mandates and continually extended emergency powers. It also outed Councillors who supported the challenge ‘in private’ but not publicly, and those who were steadfast in their support of McGowan’s tyrannical power trip.
The details and outcomes of the June 1 Special Council meeting have not been made available.
It is unknown whether McGowan’s alleged exerted influence and push to reverse the accepted motions to challenge the mandates, the motion was successful.