I’ll keep this short since I’m not so well and I’m on my phone.
In this “statement”, “post”, whatever you want to call it, I’ll be addressing - no, dissecting - the points made in the letter addressed to me:
“With the foreign policy of our request being late”
The foreign policy wasn’t requested by the administration, I in fact brought it upon myself to do it. Yes, it was late, by a week, and that is simply due to resignations on our Advisory Board - I wanted to replace the advisors, so I could get all the feedback I could on the foreign policy, which they did provide. The only reason it was so late was because of Background Checks by the Intelligence Office being severely delayed. Oh and in fact, the foreign policy was ready for Josh to read today, but of course that won’t happen, and apparently my hard work is being disregarded.
Oh well, guess me trying to get something done to a high standard is uhhh, not good?
“one that is not of sufficient content to the administration.”
The Governor, Chief of Staff, or anyone else for that matter, never spoke to me about what should be in the foreign policy. Sufficient obviously means that there’s not enough of it, yet this foreign policy is longer than the old one, with a new section. But okay?
Speaking of talking.
Did I mention that Josh never spoke to me? Yeah, he didn’t raise any activity concerns with me either. Cabinet reports have been sent in, I’ve been communicating with my command over discord. If he had concerns, he should have taken them up with me, in my opinion, instead.
“in the request that it be rewritten, it
did not seem to meet the standard of which we were looking for in its material.”
Like I said, they never asked for it to be rewritten. And they never gave me a list of what they would like. And they never even tried to discuss it with me.
Let’s see what the man responds with.
I’ll be staying as CCRA Manager, but don’t expect any of my fancy announcements about updates to the criminal code anymore.
“Do what you feel in your heart to be right – for you’ll be criticized anyway.”― Eleanor Roosevelt