BLM threatens to stalk, harass Dem senator until he cuts ties with ‘all white’ country club

Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse D-RI, one of the mental giants from the famed Kavanaugh inquest, is in a bit of hot water with the Marxist BLM chapter in his home state.

Lefties like Whitehouse never seem to grasp that feeding the alligator doesn’t guarantee you won’t get eaten by it later, and now he’s joined that club of victims.

He might get a stay of execution though, but first, he’s got to get out of another club…or else.

Rhode Island BLM is demanding that Whitehouse either renounce his membership or at least cut ties with Bailey’s Beach Club in Newport, a club they and others say is exclusively all-white.

The latter condition is a little confusing as it seems he could cut ties but still be a member. What isn’t confusing is that his wife, Sandra Whitehouse, is one of the largest shareholders in the club. That might present a bit of a dilemma for the senator, who has until next Friday to satisfy the Marxist thugs of the BLM chapter.

Mark Fisher, one of the chapter’s directors, has threatened action if the senator doesn’t comply with their demands.

“We’ll go to his club, we’ll go to his office, we’ll go to his home — wherever we need to go,” he vowed.

“This is an issue that’s not going to go away and Senator Whitehouse needs to address it, he needs to take it on,” Fisher added.

Although Whitehouse has previously denied even being a member, Fisher and his droogs apparently aren’t buying it.

“If he thinks we’re just going to forget about it, if he thinks that it’s going to get swept under the rug — it’s not,” the director said.

Bailey’s Beach Club has put forth their own denial that the club only allows for white membership, claiming the allegation to be “inaccurate and false.”

Their statement continued, “Over many years, Club members and their families have included people of many racial, religious, and ethnic backgrounds,” adding that the club included a “diversity of view and background.”

Whitehouse also defended the club (of which he either is or isn’t a member) claiming Bailey’s was on “the right side of pushing for improvements.”

Even if that is true, Fisher won’t be assuaged. Referring to Whitehouse, he remained defiant, saying, “It doesn’t matter, you know what type of black people he brings in.”

One can infer that to Mark Fisher, all black folks are equal, but some black folks are more equal than others.

Fisher then summed up his thoughts on the matter.

“This club is a proven racist club with exclusive ties to supremacy and exclusion, and that’s something that’s not gonna be tolerated by me, by my associates, my affiliates or my organization,” he said.

Whitehouse has yet to comment on the threat, but a recent video shows the senator seemingly defending the club without defending them in the slippery fashion common to most politicians.

“It’s a long tradition in Rhode Island, and there are many of them. And uh, I think we just need to work our way through the issues. Thank You,” said the senator.

Frank Webster

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