Wes Bellamy, the embattled Vice-Mayor of Charlottesville known for outrageously anti-white tweets and trying to remove a historic Robert E Lee statue from downtown Charlottesville is rapidly trying to delete a series of new anti-gay tweets that have emerged.
Notably, Bellamy posed with Governor Terry Mcauliffe and Cville Pride on January 5th, just weeks after Bellamy was asked to resign from the Virginia Board of Education for tweets disparaging white people and promoting rape. At the time the governor was "horrified". Didn't seem to last long.
A petition to remove Bellamy from office has reached the required number of signatures. It's up to the courts to prosecute him for civil rights violations and other misuse of office. The press conference is set for February 16th at 10:15am in CitySpace downtown Charlottesville.