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Democratic Candidate For Maine Governor Says State's Whiteness Is 'Bad News'

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A Democratic candidate in Maine’s gubernatorial race said Thursday that he finds the state’s “whiteness” to be “bad news.”

During a Maine People’s Alliance event in Lewiston, gubernatorial candidate Mark Eves told attendees of the conference that “Maine’s whiteness is bad news,” reports Maine Sun Journal.  Over 100 progressive activists attended the event.

 

 

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 In order to attract that diversity, Eves suggested the state adopt a more welcoming spirit and encourage young people to move there.

Lefty to English translation: Illegal immigrants, crazy leftists.

 

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Tim Rich, a congressional candidate at the event, described his politics as “totally radical” and vowed to censure President Donald Trump if he wins his race.

http://dailycaller.com/2017/08/31/maine-dem-states-whiteness-is-bad-news/

 

I gotta say, he's sure going to have no problem pulling in that Antifa/hard left vote. Maybe he can use his clout to censure Trump, since that will surely be worth something. :rofl:

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6 minutes ago, IAMX said:

 

Lefty to English translation: Illegal immigrants, crazy leftists.

 

http://dailycaller.com/2017/08/31/maine-dem-states-whiteness-is-bad-news/

 

I gotta say, he's sure going to have no problem pulling in that Antifa/hard left vote. Maybe he can use his clout to censure Trump, since that will surely be worth something. :rofl:

Well if he is running against Lepage

Maine governor likens Confederate statues to 9/11 memorial

By Mark Moore

August 17, 2017 | 3:20pm

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Paul LePageAP

Maine’s Republican governor likened the removal of Confederate statues across the country to tearing down monuments to those who died in the terror attacks on Sept. 11.

“To me, it’s just like going to New York City right now and taking down the monument of those who perished in 9/11. It will come to that,” Gov. Paul LePage told Maine radio station WGAN-AM in an interview Thursday

 

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