Who Knew? Wu Knew, That's Who!
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North Carolina town councilman uses Klingon to resign from position, reports WISTV:
David Waddell is a member of the Indian Trail Town Council. Until the end of the month.
In a statement on his Facebook page, Waddell says being on the council isn't what he thought it'd be.
"The past year on the Indian Trail Town Council was filled with more deception, conflict of interest issues, being left in the dark on what's going on, crony capitalism, runaway development and requests for public information being refused or stonewalled for months," he wrote.
He pointed to an example of how the contract with the Sheriff's Office was handled by the Council majority and Town Manager.
"The Council felt it should have more control over law enforcement. I had not seen most of the ludicrous contract proposal until less than 24 hours prior to it being delivered to the Sheriff after months of supposed "negotiations," he wrote. "Then the proposal to start a Town Police Department after an impasse was concocted to make it look as if starting a PD was the only option."
So Waddell has decided to resign his post on the council.
He wrote a letter to the mayor, in Klingon.
Roughly translated, it says "Teach (the) city (the) constitution I will return next time to (witness) victory. Resignation occurs in 2014 the 31st of January. Perhaps today is a good day (to) resign."
Klingons infiltrating American politics? Only one man saw this coming, one zany former Democrat Congressman, who knew the truth was out there -- way out there, back in 2007. Sure, a Klingon on a North Carolina town council sounds relatively harmless. However, in 2007, Oregon's David Wu blew the lid off the story of the century: there are (or were) Klingons -- and Vulcans! -- in the White House:
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Wu was no dummy; knowing that first contact was imminent, he donned his Federation environmental suit, just to be prepared for zero gravity combat.
Back in 2011, the Huffington Post reported that Wu resigned from Congress "amid political fallout from an 18-year-old woman's allegations she had an unwanted sexual encounter with him."
Or at least, that's the story the Klingon high council planted there to disgrace the one man who saw their nefarious schemes to influence Earthbound politics.