Defender of the Confederacy and Trumpist Corey Stewart Wins Virginia Primary

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
June 13, 2018

Steve Bannon may be dead and gone, after hanging himself with a bath robe in a Paris hotel last week, but the primarying of anti-Trump shills continues.

The victories we have seen are only to foreshadow the victories yet to come.


Corey Stewart, the bombastic conservative who built his public image on championing Confederate symbols, won the Republican Senate nomination in Virginia.

Stewart, a member of the Prince William County Board of Supervisors, defeated state House member Nick Freitas and minister E.W. Jackson in Tuesday’s primary. Freitas conceded the race Tuesday night, according to local media.

He now faces Democratic Sen. Tim Kaine, the party’s 2016 vice presidential nominee and a heavy favorite for re-election, in November’s midterm election.

Republicans immediately expressed concern about the damage Stewart’s candidacy could do to the party and its other candidates.

Yeah, you can all go fuck yourselves.

We are in charge now.

The jig is up.


We’re also not tearing down anymore statues.

You rushed that, Jews.

You rushed it way too hard.

Everyone knows that Thomas Jefferson and George Washington owned slaves, and everyone saw your next move as you try to pull apart America piece by piece.

No dice.

We are picking up the remaining pieces and rebuilding America as a WHITE FREEDOM COUNTRY.


It should be pointed out that Corey Stewart probably isn’t going to win the race. It’s against Tim Kaine – who for those who don’t remember (it is easy to forget) was Hillary’s running mate – and no polls show him not winning by a significant margin. It’s a libshit district.

But this is still very important as it shows that the conservatives in Virginia would prefer a RIDE OR DIE candidate supporting our great Confederate heroes rather than some Paul Ryanesque scumsucking shitscum.

The Confederacy lost but these were good men who fought hard for their people, and we will ALWAYS honor them in America.