New zealand election farmers in Virginia have been getting a lot of attention, but they should know what it means for American politics. They were all too quick to denounce Republican Governor Terry McAuliffe, who ran on a platform that would have restored Virginian voting rights to black and brown voters — a platform that he would ultimately be elected to reverse — as much for his divisive and divisive statements as his positions on race and voting.
That the governor won in the overwhelmingly white, college-educated state of Virginia while trailing in virtually every demographic category of the popular vote was of little surprise. The Democrats — in his case, Democrats in Virginia — just weren’t able to come up with a viable, credible plan that included a robust plan for restoring voting rights for the under-30 demographic. (In contrast, the Republicans won in 2008 because they made much b김해출장마사지etter use of young, urban and minority voters, and because Barack Obama appealed to many of that demographic, by portraying himself as a man of integrity and a man of substance.)
«The president doesn’t have a very appealing brand, and he knows it,» Roberta Lange, the chairwoman of the Virginia Democratic Party, said last week. «That’s the thing that keeps [Virgi더킹 카지노nia Democrats] up at night: the president, the way he’s being conducted.»
That is why the Virginia election was so important. And what made it so important was Virginia’s recent history of racial violence. Just a year after Donald Trump became President-elect Trump drew national attention — and so베스트 카지노me blame for that — by suggesting during a debate that black people should «get to work» and «suck it up» — white supremacist Richard Spencer turned his wrath toward Democratic legislators in Virginia after they tried to pass a bill to ban public displays of Confederate history on public buildings.
What Spencer believes is not true. As he put it in a statement, «Our ancestors fought in the Civil War, we lost it. So we need to get it all off of our college campuses.»
That’s all there is to it — a bunch of right-wingers who, when the time comes for it to happen, will unleash their «bloods and their c–ts,» just like he has in Virginia.