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Charlottesville Vice-Mayor calls Trump “45,” doesn’t deserve title “President Trump”

Charlottesville Vice-Mayor calls Trump “45,” doesn’t deserve title “President Trump”

I’ll call him President Trump “when he begins to act as if he deserves to be in that office”

https://youtu.be/pJypwCfj6cc

Appearing on CNN this morning, Charlottesville Vice-Mayor Wes Bellamy repeatedly referred to President Trump as “45.”

Host Chris Cuomo eventually asked him about it, to which he responded:

“That’s just what I call him. I believe that when he begins to act as if he deserves to be in that office, and leads in terms of unifying people, then he will deserve the name of President Trump. But at this point, I believe that he has not done the things in regards to bringing this country together.”

Disrespectful? Perhaps. Then again, “45” does have a catchy ring to it. After all, it is a huge caliber—bigly! Who knows, with a slight modification, President Trump might even adopt the moniker: Colt 45!

CHRIS CUOMO: Do you believe the president helped with what he said yesterday?

WES BELLAMY: I believe that 45 did make some strides in regards to specifically condemning the white supremacists and the KKK . . . I would love to move away from the remarks and comments of 45 and focus more on what’s going on here on the ground in Charlottesville . . . So again, I’m not as concerned with what 45 is doing, I’m more concerned with us progressing as a community.

CHRIS CUOMO: Wes, quick question. Why do you refer to the president as 45? Yes, he is the 45th president, but is that intentional, or is that just a quick term.

BELLAMY: Well, that’s just what I call him. I believe that when he begins to act as if he deserves to be in that office, and leads in terms of unifying people, then he will deserve the name of President Trump. But at this point, I believe that he has not done the things in regards to bringing this country together, he has not done the things in regards to making us a more unified place. Nor has he decided to condemn the individuals in a rapid pace, or as he should, or speak out in the way we believe he should. But again, I’m not here to talk about 45.

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The vice-mayor is an obvious racist and should resign. And why hasn’t Nancy Pelosi issued a stern statement condemning this man’s obvious racism?

    Maybe you know more than the quoted part suggests, but there’s nothing racist in what was included here.

    I do, however, note that Nanny has not been asked to repudiate in the clearest terms the conduct of the extreme fringe of the Left.

      Ragspierre in reply to Ragspierre. | August 15, 2017 at 12:42 pm

      What did Markey include that says “racist”?

      Or is it just the man’s skin color?

      Comeon’ down-thumbers. Let’s get ballsy. Elaborate…!!!

      Sardonic – ADJECTIVE
      grimly mocking or cynical.

      Rags, rags, rags. I’m old enough to remember when anyone who dared to criticize former Pres. Lie All the Time or not afford him the proper respect as ‘The 1st Black President’, that anyone was immediately and soundly labeled a racist blowing his dog whistle.

      The shoe is on the other foot, and I expect Nancy Pelosi to immediately and strongly condemn this man’s racist disrespect of President Trump.

        When you put a shoe full of crap on the other foot, I can’t see that as a “good thing”. You just wind up with crappy feets.

        Though I do (or dooo) take your point…

        And we certainly agree as to Nanny. And all the other Deemocrats in leadership and celebrity. But…(crickets).

          Ragspierre in reply to Ragspierre. | August 15, 2017 at 4:47 pm

          So you admit that there’s nothing in the post that supports the “racist” charge.

          I don’t contest that the guy IS a racist. I only challenged the charge as it related to the root post. There was nothing there to support it.

          healthguyfsu in reply to Ragspierre. | August 16, 2017 at 1:31 am

          Admit what? The post told you he’s a racist…no one owes you any proof when it’s that easy to find on a simple google search. The post is not exactly a research paper being handed in for grade.

          You brought up the “nothing about your post proves he’s a racist” then go on and on about it like it’s a big deal, so LMGTFY to you.

          Milhouse in reply to Ragspierre. | August 16, 2017 at 11:13 am

          The post told you he’s a racist…

          No, it didn’t. It was locomotivebreath1901 who claimed that “the vice-mayor is an obvious racist” but offered no evidence for this claim. Since there was nothing in the post to support it, it was up to the person making the claim to provide the evidence.

      AMongoose in reply to Ragspierre. | August 15, 2017 at 7:10 pm

      For eight years every white man who criticized a black president was a racist,
      why doesn’t the reverse apply?

        Ragspierre in reply to AMongoose. | August 15, 2017 at 8:40 pm

        Because it was stupid and wrong in the instance of Barracula.

        Many of us said so. Do you want to be stupid and wrong now?

        You can, of course… I just don’t see it as a good course.

      3525Tex in reply to Ragspierre. | August 15, 2017 at 7:43 pm

      Please read this,

      http://www.cavalierdaily.com/article/2016/11/wes-bellamy-charlottesville-twitter

      Bellamy gets treated lightly because he is a black Democrat. If he were a white Republican, people would be calling for his resignation.

    I live in the area. Wes Bellamy is a racist. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KFMX_X3A2po.
    Jason Kessler (also a racist) confront Bellamy at a City Council meeting about tweets Bellamy had posted between 2009-2011. The tweets were racist (stated he hates whites) and misogynist (sexually degrading statements). These statements got Bellamy fired from a job at Albermarle HS. He was seen wearing a Black Panther backpack going into the last Council meeting, that moved the location of the rally.
    http://www.resistancemedia.org/2017/08/wes-bellamy.html
    (I’m not sure of this website, but I’ve seen the picture elsewhere)
    This whole event, started as a pissing match between two racists.

      healthguyfsu in reply to rayc. | August 15, 2017 at 4:41 pm

      He got fired from the board of education, not a job. He lost one position and got promoted by the lefties as a useful racist of the right skin color.

      As vice mayor, he got a leave of absence, a platform to apologize and make excuses (while still thumbing his nose at his racist counterparts), and keep his job.

      And a good thing he kept it to, so he and another SJW, Szakos, could create the mess in Cville we just witnessed.

      bw222 in reply to rayc. | August 15, 2017 at 7:33 pm

      If any white politician said anything 10% as bad as Wes Bellamy did in his tweets, his political career would be over.

thalesofmiletus | August 15, 2017 at 10:19 am

Yeah, because Omaba, or whatever his name was, was such a great unifier…

G. de La Hoya | August 15, 2017 at 10:19 am

44 was the biggest unifier of them all, Wes. 😉

    Rags would whole heartedly agree with you.

      Ragspierre in reply to mailman. | August 15, 2017 at 11:24 am

      Yeh, no. Typically, you just lie. I’ve been saying for the entire Barracula reign that he was the worst thing for race relations in this country since Jim Crow.

      You either know that and lie, or you’re too stupid to read.

      Immolate in reply to mailman. | August 15, 2017 at 12:57 pm

      Before Trump came onto the scene as a serious candidate for president, Rags was, without question, solidly in the mainstream of thought here on LI. I’ve read him for many years. Now he’s treated like a pariah by half of the posters. Question time: Did Rags’ positions, policy preferences and philosophy change? Did Trump change Rags, or did Trump change you? We both know the answer.

        VaGentleman in reply to Immolate. | August 15, 2017 at 3:10 pm

        Your questions assume that attitudes are based on differences in political philosophy and that something in that philosophy has changed. What if the attitudes are based on behavior and nothing changed but something that had been hidden was exposed?

          Ragspierre in reply to VaGentleman. | August 15, 2017 at 3:31 pm

          Pretty much the same thing in either event.

          I’ve always been the conservative I am today. At least since “Free To Choose” was published.

          And I’ve never been the hater you are, and with any luck will NEVER be.

        bw222 in reply to Immolate. | August 15, 2017 at 7:31 pm

        Never was a fan of Rags – before Trump or after Trump.

    True. He managed to unify the Republican party (mostly) and that’s pretty darned difficult.

do they want a civil war?

because this is how you get a civil war… and the math is NOT on their side.

    “Do they want a civil war?”

    YES – of course they do! They’re counting on the likes of the GOPe to roll over and hand away our freedom at the first sign of adversity. And they’re correct in thinking just that.

    But a funny thing happened on the way to the Forum… The Donald was elected.

    This latest stunt by the democrat media is highly organized, as usual. The GOPe, as usual, is planning nothing other than stabbing us – and Trump – in the back.

    Vote with your pocketbook – if you use Amazon.com, watch network television, go to the movies, subscribe to cable, watch NFL games featuring players disrespecting our country, etc. etc. etc., you are part of the problem.

Just more of the same from the resist movement!
The Vice-Mayor showing disrespect to President Trump.
But that is what you have to do as a democrat today.

    True, but not exclusively Trump. When was the last Democrat in elected office who expressed support for a Republican president? (excepting the period of time two weeks after 9/11, because that’s the exception to the rule and was rapidly rolled back)

      Milhouse in reply to georgfelis. | August 16, 2017 at 11:22 am

      Democrats have never respected GOP presidents since at least WW1, and vice versa. But there was a major escalation with W Bush, and a second major escalation with Trump. To be fair, we disrespected Clinton far more than we did previous D presidents, and 0bama even more than that. It’s not our fault that the Ds chose to elect first an obvious felon and then someone who hated the country he was supposed to protect.

I am disgusted with the Left and no one calling them out but our President
What a piece of sh!t this man is. I’m calling his office.

    “… and no one calling them out but our President.”

    YOU just did. We all just did.

    Don’t fall into the trap of ever expecting the left or the GOPe or any part of the ‘establishment’ to ever support Donald Trump (or us) on anything.

    We are at war with the establishment. It’s that simple.

ahad haamoratsim | August 15, 2017 at 11:27 am

Whether this non-entity of a vice mayor likes it or not, Mr. Trump was duly elected our 45th president.
And since the Honorable Mr. Vice Mayor has not yet been elected president, or even mayor, perhaps we should refer to him as Less than Zero.

Strong words, coming from a town that told its police to stand down.

color supremacy is to “one-child” as [class] diversity is to “selective-child”. The DNC is a rabidly racist, sexist, “=” organization with a communist/socialist/fascist orientation (e.g. monopoly construction).

“I would love to move away from the remarks and comments of 45 and focus more on what’s going on here on the ground in Charlottesville….”

Oh, me, of my, we are in agreement!

I’d to talk about the difference between Nazis and Trump supporters.

NAZI AT TRUMP RALLY (Social Experiment) Are Trump Supporters Nazis? NOT Charlottesville
Joey Salads
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0-ldnkxjypA

And the OWS and CNN background of the organizer

http://www.zerohedge.com/news//2017-08-14/report-‘unite-right’-organizer-jason-kessler-was-occupy-movement-obama-supporter-8-m

https://nationonenews.com/2017/08/14/just-ripped-mask-off-jason-kessler-internet-forever/

http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2017/08/15/report-splc-charlottesville-racist-former-occupy-activist-obama-supporter-jason-kessler/?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=social

And the strange police tactics that were so obvious it caught the attention of the ACLU

http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2017/08/14/aclu-blames-police-inaction-charlottesville-street-brawls/

Cville Chief of Police has “no idea” why 4th Street was open; it was supposed to be closed.
https://www.reddit.com/r/The_Donald/comments/6tusd0/cville_chief_of_police_has_no_idea_why_4th_street/

Cville Police Chief complains “Ralliers didn’t follow safety plans” and “we can’t control which side someone enters the park,”
https://www.reddit.com/r/The_Donald/comments/6tuum7/cville_police_chief_complains_ralliers_didnt/

And the even stranger statement by the governor and ACLU of Virginia Response to Governor’s Allegations that ACLU is Responsible for Violence in Charlottesville

https://acluva.org/20108/aclu-of-virginia-response-to-governors-allegations-that-aclu-is-responsible-for-violence-in-charlottesville/

And that odd report from 4Chan

https://i.4cdn.org/pol/1502735639933.jpg?__cf_waf_tk__=0006140021fBdx1s61HfQoS6bE6PUnQfWWHU

This guy?

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/education/wp/2016/12/01/virginia-board-of-education-member-resigns-after-vulgar-tweets-surface/?tid=ss_tw&utm_term=.13230623121a

Just for fun, check out his twitter feed now @ViceMayorWesB Good luck with that because it suddenly disappeared.

Hmmm. Instead of Vice-Mayor, I’ll just call him Racist Jerkwad then, since he has already earned that title.

The slow-rolling coup is really ramping up. Facts be damned.

Char Char Binks | August 16, 2017 at 4:15 pm

That’s gotta sting. It’ll probably leave a mark!

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