Willie Meggs-Will You Retire For Your Own Health?
According to a recent article, Tallahassee State Attorney Willie Meggs is suffering from dementia. As someone who has personally witnessed the rapid mental deterioration caused by this disease, I think it's best Willie Meggs retire.
When I was in High School, my grandmother suffered from Alzheimer's and subsequently moved in with us. Over the span of one year, my grandmother transformed from her old self to someone who couldn't remember anyone's name. As if that wasn't enough, she couldn't remember who she was, what year it was, or where she was sitting.
Several articles have revealed that Willie Meggs is currently displaying the same symptoms as my grandmother. And while memory disorders effect everyone differently, I can't help but wonder how this will impact the city of Tallahassee.
An anonymous source within the State Attorney's Office claims that he has spotted Willie Meggs staring blankly at open space. These stares apparently last for a significant amount of time, and during this time Willie Meggs reportedly appears confused. Additionally, the anonymous source claims that Willie Meggs repeatedly forgets his name, often switching it with that of his son Wylie's. As someone who has experienced dementia first hand, I believe that these two actions correlate with dementia symptoms. Willie Meggs' reported actions are congruent with those of my grandmother, and as a Florida citizen, I'm truly concerned about this.
People with dementia or Alzheimer's are not fit to lead. In fact, it's best that they're monitored at all times. But Willie Meggs isn't monitored at all. Rather, he's running a public office that carries immense responsibilities. And all the reports of Willie Meggs' 'dropping the ball' in court prove he can no longer handle these responsibilities.
When a state prosecutor cannot describe how he feels about an opposing argument, it's time for that prosecutor to step down. Video evidence available on Youtube shows that Willie Meggs is guilty of such behavior. But for some reason, the public is not outraged about his incompetence.
It is my personal belief that many people are unaware of Willie Meggs' obvious condition. This is perhaps due to the fact that Willie Meggs has yet to come forward to admit his health problems. But I'm not really sure if that will ever happen. Often times, people suffering from dementia and Alzheimer's fail to realize that they're sick. This was the case with my grandmother, and I believe it is the case with Willie Meggs.
It is my personal belief that Willie Meggs retire for the sake of his own health. If he fails to do so, I recommend the Florida citizen carefully examine the prosecutor's speech and mannerisms. Anyone who has known somebody with dementia will immediately recognize that Willie Meggs is no longer fit to lead.
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