It does however seem a tad ironic that the side of the political spectrum that is calling for the protection of free speech, and its not difficult to tell which side the members of the forum who are moaning about criticism (bunch of snowflakes could ironically be labeled here) is also trying to tell people what they can and cannot talk about.
The situation we find our selves in is entirely a political one, denying the discussion around that and telling people to move on does not help the discourse. This is identical to the argument in Texas now who are blaming 'greenist lefties' for the being wrong and if global warming was real why are they having snow? Or that some of their wind turbines being frozen means Oil is king. It's political because they are discussing seceding from America, they have their own power grid for political reasons but at the same time they expect Federal help.
I do also appreciate the wishful thinking that writing to Damien Moore will achieve anything. It won't and we know this, there is very recent documented history of him not responding, banning those who disagree with him and then flat out just deleting his social media posts. It is not political to moan about that, despite him being a politician, because that is fact. He's been our MP for 4 years, the Tories in power for 10. Criticism is not political point scoring.
Point scoring would be questioning why the MP for Southport keeps submitting expenses for trains to London from Preston when he claims he lives here? Seems an odd thing to do when the best routes for Southport residents would be from a Southport train station going via Wigan or Liverpool. Thats point scoring because it's entirely irrelevant to the pandemic and the discussion around funding for football clubs or how responsive he is to letters.
tl:dr. I'm not a member of a union or a political party. Damien Moore is crap, he's your guy we get it, but he's crap. Anyone else probably would be crap too, and we'd rightfully call him out as people did John 'Re-renting office expenses scandal
' Pugh but just because he's wearing your colour rosette doesn't mean we should shut up about it. However the local councillors to the club (no idea who they are, i don't live in Kew) may be better placed to provide some sort of statement about how they appreciate Southport protecting their local residents by not wanting to encourage unnecessary travel to the area while trying to ensure Kew and the wider town have the football club as a heart of the community for another 100 years and not trying to gamble their future on loans. Find out who the Kew councillors are and write to them, especially since its local elections at some point.
Or just continue to visibly voice support for the club at every opportunity and be as vocal as possible on social media. Feel free to write to Damien, maybe a cordinated one from TiY would get a response, but dont be surprised to hear nothing, and not be surprised if people moan at him for that.