Anti-Southern Councilor Defeated in Charlottesville, VA

Councilor Bob Fenwick of Charlottesville, Virginia has lost his re-election bid in the Democratic primary after being criticized for his efforts at removing a statue of General Robert E. Lee. NBC 29 reports that Fenwick acknowledges the role his vote may have played in his defeat but remains defiantly anti-Southern:

A Charlottesville city councilor lost his re-election bid in the 2017 primary elections.

He believes Tuesday’s primary was a referendum on the city’s confederate monument debate.

The free speech wall the following Wednesday morning boosted that belief. It had a message that said “Fenwick gone, RE Lee still here.”

…He also says he wouldn’t change his mind about voting to remove the statue of confederate General Robert E. Lee from a city park.

Fenwick is from St. Louis, Missouri and is 72 years old. He was endorsed by EPiC (Equality and Progress in Charlottesville), a far-Left activist group.

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spahnranch1969
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That guy looks like a genuine fag. He probably “gets off” watching his wife get tag-teamed by muscular Negroes.

Look, you Southerners want someone who will defend your country and its heritage with absolutely no cucking whatsoever? Then you should vote for ME.

countenance
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From St. Louis?

Sorry about that.

Between this one and our Scalise shooter-upper, the St. Louisan diaspora hasn’t comported itself well as of late.

juniusdaniel1828
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Someone please send Fenwich a one-way ticket to New England.

Let him dismantle all the White Supremacists and former slave-owners that are memorialized in stone, up yonder way.

He’ll have a lot of work, because there are, oh, so many.

James Owen
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@Michael Cushman

Well Michael, they’re taking down our Confederate Monument here in Lamar County.

In Grayson County, they put it to a referendum and the people voted to keep the monument up.
Ironically, there are more Northern transplants in Sherman and Denison, than there are in Paris.

Here’s the link to the Oklahoma SCV article.

https://t.co/grXZfdbLin?amp=1

James Owen
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@juniusdaniel1828 You forget, Junius, that the Yankee/SJW double standard is always in play. No Northern monuments will be removed. Nor will any pertaining to the Northern founding fathers. Just those of the Virginians and Carolinians will be removed. George Washington is hated precisely because he was Southern. Jefferson, for exactly the same reason. The idea that Northern symbols and icons are next, is nonsense. Such things are largely forgotten and ignored by the Northern people. No need to remove that which is effectively gone from their consciousness. The South is not gone from consciousness, however, hence the ongoing effort to… Read more »
juniusdaniel1828
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@ James Owen…

You, Sir, have schooled me again.

That last paragraph of yours borders on the sublime, so pithy and perspicacious it is!

God bless!

spahnranch1969
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I am going to start looking at the various public monuments in my area to see if any of them could be considered “controversial”. There is one dedicated to the French general Lafayette, another to the Dough-boys of WWI, and one for those who fought in the Spanish-American War. Up in nearby Lexington, there’s the famous Minute Man statue. I doubt any of them would “trigger” the commies. The only monument I can think of around here that might get the Reds all worked up is a small plaque placed on a round stone in 1912 that marked the site… Read more »
RB
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“At this rate I am afraid none of our monuments will be left.” “By “genocide” we mean the destruction of an ethnic group…. Generally speaking, genocide does not necessarily mean the immediate destruction of a nation, except when accomplished by mass killings of all members of a nation. It is intended rather to signify a coordinated plan of different actions aiming at the destruction of essential foundations of the life of national groups, with the aim of annihilating the groups themselves. The objectives of such a plan would be disintegration of the political and social institutions, of culture, language, national… Read more »
James Owen
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@Michael Cushman

So sad to hear and read about. At this rate I am afraid none of our monuments will be left.

Thanks.

I’m mad about it. Especially because there’s hardly any transplants here, and most Blacks are generally harmless old folks.Leftists are nonexistent around here.

This kind of thing usually happens in Dallas or Austin. And even there, they have managed to successfully defend the monuments.

billyrayjenkins
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James Owen JUNE 15, 2017 AT 5:02 PM @juniusdaniel1828 You forget, Junius, that the Yankee/SJW double standard is always in play. No Northern monuments will be removed. Nor will any pertaining to the Northern founding fathers. Just those of the Virginians and Carolinians will be removed. George Washington is hated precisely because he was Southern. Jefferson, for exactly the same reason. The idea that Northern symbols and icons are next, is nonsense. Such things are largely forgotten and ignored by the Northern people. No need to remove that which is effectively gone from their consciousness. The South is not gone… Read more »
billyrayjenkins
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Those are the 45 Communist Goals for North America which are today in the Congressional Record. Now when all of the Monuments to the Conflict were put up mostly between 1880-1920 there were ZERO ZILCH NADA objections to any of them. The GAR recognized the UCV’s Monuments and vice versa. The question of monuments was never raised in any magazine or any editorial until the 1960’s. Notice something here. In 1951 the last recognized Confederate Vet Pleasant Crump died in Talledega Alabama though there was one in Texas who died in 1959 unsubstantiated. The last recognized Union Veteran was either… Read more »
billyrayjenkins
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@Mr. Cushman

There has to be a concerted effort to get this to the courts. The vote of the people is what counts here. City Councils and politicians are given full jurisdiction while the people are NEVER consulted. To me this should be up to a statewide vote. Either cities have the right to remove them or they do not. If they do and the people agree, onto plan two. If they do not then it is the states issue to protect them

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