Loudoun County Chairman of the Board of Supervisors Democrat Phyllis Randall will ask the General Assembly to allow localities more discretion in the removal of statues. Currently, Virginia code 15.2-1812 prohibits any removal of any memorial to any war veterans in the Commonwealth. Chairman Randall would like to have the discretion to remove the Confederate soldier statue in front of the Loudoun Courthouse. (To request this change in the law Chairman Randall will need approval from the full board of Supervisors.)
Well done Phyllis Randall. You just sent the message to every ill informed mush headed group in the country to put Loudoun County on its harass and hit list.
Charlottesville was just inundated with chuckle headed morons of every shape and political bent. Leftists loons galore, racists asshats, anarchists of every persuasion all descended on Charlottesville to beat each other with sticks, assault and kill one another.
So what does our Chairwoman do during these troubling and turbulent times? She sends up a flare to lure the cadre of ding bats that we too would like some turmoil and strife. Hey, what about us? We have people you can beat on and commerce that needs disrupting. What about us? We have plenty of stuff to light on fire. Come to Loudoun our statue is WAY worse than those others.
She is begging for attention by scoring cheap political points. This is really what she is doing. This is a political stunt in which she has put her need to solidify her leftist credentials way out in front of the interest of Loudoun’s citizens.
This is one of the dumbest things ever done by an elected official in Loudoun County.
This might even be dumber than the METRO vote… no, not really, the METRO vote is still the dumbest thing ever.