Ralph Northam’s Great-Grandfather was ‘Red Shirt’, Family Owned 42 Slaves. Well corn our pone.

Northam’s roots can be traced back to his great grandfather, Captain J.E. Brownlee, also a Democrat, who fought against the Yankees in the Civil War. After the war, he was a stalwart member of the “Red Shirts,” a group of white supremacists – all Democrats – who made a name for themselves by intimidating freed slaves to stop them from voting.

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Not so silent
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And yet, he, Sex pervert Lieutenant Governor and Black face A.G. refuse to resign. Had these guys been republicans, Micheal Moore would already be making a movie, Rosie Odonnell would be yelling thru a megaphone naked at the crowd of Anti-Fascist-Fascists, piles of tires would be burning, along with books, and numerous statues would be knocked over while the police do nothing, But hey these guys are demotards, they don’t care. They all seem to think they are Hitlary Clintoon and can get away with anything.

Progressive Hemrrhoid
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Progressive Hemrrhoid

Apple didn’t fall far from that tree.

deepthinker
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deepthinker

Proves again it was the dip shits who were and are still racist and suppressors of voting rights.

Joe Redfield
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Joe Redfield

Swell; now the NCAA is going to have to think up a new term to describe their athletes who don’t play as freshmen.

JPTravis
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LOL! You’re right! Snowflake outrage at this coincidence begins in 3… 2… 1…

deepthinker
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deepthinker

Thread winner

JPTravis
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So in other words, a long Democrat Party pedigree. In Virginia they called them “Red Shirts,” eh? In Tennessee they called them the Ku Klux Klan but I’m sure as the years went by the different state organizations merged and settled on the one name.