Last Updated on February 17, 2022
Republican Navy Vet Jarome Bell called on Ralph Northam to not destroy Confederate statues this week.
The agenda to target and remove historically significant Civil War statues intensified during the Charlottesville March in 2017. The agenda of left-wing activists and Antifa rioters in 2017 was to get the statue of Robert E. Lee taken down.
President Trump’s infamous “very fine people” speech became an ongoing hoax that was even featured in a Joe Biden ad.
“Ralph Northam’s motive to remove Civil War statues is clearly connected to his political objective of hiding his own personal racism as seen in his medical college yearbook photos,” 27-year Navy veteran Jarome Bell said Thursday. “Ralph Northam is NOT the leader Virginia needs at a time like this, and should simply get out of the way, keep innocent Virginians safe, and try not to do any more damage.”
Northam appears to be eager to forget his own racist past, very much like Biden.
“Ralph Northam is little more than a tool of Antifa and the Communist left which is using George Floyd’s death in Minnesota to galvanize blacks against the United States government and civil government everywhere,” Bell continued.
With the death toll rising every day this week, people are taking the chance to further desecrate other allegedly racist elements in our country such as statues.
“Within the matter of a few short weeks, we’ve jumped from state mandates to remain in our homes and refrain from doing business to complete anarchy in the streets and government dismantling of important historical markers,” Bell said.
“These communists would have blacks forget the fact that there was a Civil War. Their agenda is to disconnect thinking men and women of ALL colors from the existence of objective reality,” Bell explained. “If they can control the past, and they can control our minds — and it is clear that they are both able and desirous of doing both of these things — then they can control reality. Ralph Northam might not even be aware that he is a tool in such an effort, but this is quite clearly the case. If Governor Northam succeeds in further erasing Civil War history in Virginia, he risks putting countless lives — black and white — in real danger from a growing government whose hunger working class Virginians seem incapable of satisfying.”