VA Delegate Michael Webert has yet to say a word about the Government Shutdown and it’s impact on District #18. Silence, deafening silence.
How can we interpret this behavior? Webert’s Shutdown Silence means he is fully behind Trump’s “let them eat cake” philosophy of running the government and he has no care for his community or constituents, no ability to empathize and help. We deserve better than this.
As of today, listed below are all the resources I could find in District 18 for furloughed employees. If you know of any more please leave them in the comments. THANK YOU to all our local businesses stepping up to help.
Great Harvest Warrenton: Free Bread – https://bit.ly/2FXPtSM
New Baltimore Animal Hospital: Free pet food, heart worm preventative and flea and tick products – https://bit.ly/2Mw8cpB
Airlie – Free meals w/government ID – https://bit.ly/2FMflBF
Field & Main Restaurant – Free burger and beer during happy hour w/government ID – http://bit.ly/2AXLguQ
Fauquier FISH – food distribution sessions for those impacted by the shutdown Thursday evening’s from 6:30 – 7:30 pm w/government ID – http://bit.ly/2CDldsW
Spitony’s Pizza – Free 2 slice lunch special from 11-5 w/government ID – http://bit.ly/2WfGamN
Messick’s Farm Market – Between 4p-7p and get a free pint or quart of chili and cornbread and our homemade mac n cheese – http://bit.ly/2AZSONO
Fauquier Health – Free meal on Fridays w/government ID at the Bistro on the Hill restaurant in Warrenton
Advanced Automotive – FREE oil changes to federal employees who are furloughed w/government ID – http://bit.ly/2Hxz6i2
Rappahannock Electric Cooperative – “REC will work with individual members to address their individual circumstances” – http://bit.ly/2UdI4SV