Flint Councilman Threatens ‘Crackhead’ Colleague He Says Is Trying To ‘Control’ $100 Million In Coronavirus Funds

Flint Councilman Threatens ‘Crackhead’ Colleague He Says Is Trying To ‘Control’ $100 Million In Coronavirus Funds


Tucked inside the March coronavirus bailout package was nearly $100 million for Flint, Michigan, setting off a threat- and profanity-filled feeding frenzy, with city council Vice President Maurice Davis saying Councilman Eric Mays, whom he described as a “crackhead,” is on a quest to “control” the money.

The small city of 95,000, which has been in and out of the national spotlight for the better part of a decade, was awarded an estimated $99.33 million by the Democrats’ March coronavirus relief bill despite the city’s infamous water crisis being resolved for years. 

Davis, the city’s third most powerful official, took to his popular “Blues and News” Facebook live show earlier this month to rant about Mays, who is notorious for disrupting city council meetings and has a criminal record for pawning city property and driving impaired.

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“Enough is enough of this holding the city business up with a crackhead, Mays,” Davis said on his April 8 show, adding, “don’t play with me, and

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