Morning Extra! Mack spinning, avoiding, blocking, but still threatening


Montgomery and Willis, June 5 – Precinct 1 Justice of the Peace Wayne Mack has revealed a great sensitivity even to the slightest criticism or disagreement with him. He can’t take criticism. He can’t answer major questions about his behavior. He won’t even allow discussion. That’s pretty poor behavior from a jurist who claims he’s fighting for constitutional rights (apparently only his own).

On Sunday, June 4, Mack posted a lengthy Davenportesque comment in which Mack attempted to defend his public relations manager. Of course, it’s questionable why a sitting judge would need a public relations manager, such as Davenport, at all. Judges should speak the truth from the heart, not from the writing of some power-hungry political manager.

As several individuals – including prominent political activists Rachael M. Jones, Linda Zoeller, Kelli Cook, and Melanie Schoettle – attempted to voice some disagreement with Mack’s remarks, Davenport and his Mack blocked and removed the disagreement. Cook’s comment could not possibly have offended most people, since she merely referred to a passage from the Sermon on the Mount in the Book of Matthew from the Holy Scriptures.

Longtime Republican Precinct Chair and Party activist Joseph Sager noted,

“I admit I was one that said when he (Judge Wayne Mack) invoked the name of God the following scripture comes to mind: Matthew 7:15 (KJV) Beware of false prophets, which come to you in sheep’s clothing, but inwardly they are ravening wolves

“After that the next thing I know is he (Judge Mack) in turn blocked me. I thought that pretty thin skinned for a ‘preacher.'”

Meanwhile, Mack, a public relations client of Davenport, has avoided responding to The Golden Hammer‘s report of Mack’s own words in which Mack sent a threatening text message to County employee Marie Moore on April 8, 2014: “You need to give your heart to Jesus. Because the rest of you belongs to Marc [Davenport] and he wants his reputation back.” Mack has never apologized for or explained the threatening comment he made in writing.

Wayne Mack’s text message, April 8, 2014, to County employee Marie Moore. Mack’s use of the phrase “unconditional love” in a threatening manner is troubling as well as his invocation of the Lord to threaten someone politically.

The full story is “Judge Wayne Mack (A Davenport Client) To Marie Moore: ‘You Need to Give Your Heart to Jesus. Because the Rest of You Belongs to Marc [Davenport] and he wants his reputation back.’ (The Davenports, Part 2),” The Golden Hammer, June 1, 2017.

Apparently threatening people is the modus operandus of the Davenports (Marc and Stephanne) and Mack. In addition to Moore, in their own words, the Davenports and Mack have threatened County Judge Craig Doyal, City Councilman Duane Ham, several competing political consultants and public relations consultants, a Republican Women’s organization, and numerous political activists.




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