Palmintier: “JBE made a ‘prior commitment,’ so your LALB appointment is being rescinded.” Gov. Edwards rescinds his appointment of Louisiana’s first and only African American auctioneer to Louisiana Auctioneer Licensing Board.

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Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards

 

On Thursday, May 5, 2016 at 11:58 a.m., Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards had the head of his Boards and Commissions, Ellen Palmintier, call Rev. Freddie Lee Phillips and rescind his appointment to the Louisiana Auctioneer Licensing Board.  Sound Off Louisiana founder Robert Burns elaborates on this act by Gov. Edwards in the video below:

 

Burns provides commentary on JBE’s rescission of Rev. Phillips’ LALB appointment.
Click here for JBE’s press release of 4/20/16 appointing Rev. Phillips.

Click here for screen-shot of 5/5/16 of Gov. Edwards LALB appointments.

(Note:  As of uploading of this feature, the site STILL has not been updated to reflect
the rescission.  Click here for a real-time version.)

Click Here for all of the LALB / Betty Jo Story events.

 

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2 thoughts on “Palmintier: “JBE made a ‘prior commitment,’ so your LALB appointment is being rescinded.” Gov. Edwards rescinds his appointment of Louisiana’s first and only African American auctioneer to Louisiana Auctioneer Licensing Board.”

  1. Edwards is a failure. He will be found to be the most corrupt governor ever. I want him recalled. There were better people to serve our state than the two the media choose for us. I doubt the votes were counted correctly and the dead should be left in the cementary.

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