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Former Virginia 3rd District Republican Chairman Wade Threatens Blogger Tom White

These people never cease to amaze me. Now I am supposed to be quaking in my boots, I suppose.

The former Chairman of the Republican 3rd District Michael Wade posted a link to an article written by Steven Brodie Tucker and took the opportunity to not only bash me, but issued a threat that he was coming to my area to see me and a call to boycott my business.

Below is the transcript of the dialog and the irrational comments from Wade both on my Facebook Page as well as the article he incorrectly attributed to me on his own page.

Political discourse is a part of the American political process. Physical threats are not. And I take those seriously. The authorities have been alerted.

People are free to comment, agree or disagree, and I don’t get too worked up about bad language because this blog is geared towards voters who are over 18. I ask that you be civil in your comments here and on Facebook, but I have a zero tolerance for threats of violence against me. I am perfectly capable of defending myself, but I shouldn’t have to.

Michael Wade has been reported to the authorities and a transcript and the screenshots below have been forwarded to them.

I don’t take threats lightly and I report 100% of them to the authorities.

the first threats were the result of Michael Wade posting directly on my Facebook page where I would be sure to see it.

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And this one below was posted on Wade’s page, erroneously attributing a Blog post to me – when Steven Brodie Tucker was the author.

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About Tom White

Tom is a US Navy Veteran, owns an Insurance Agency and is currently an IT Manager for a Virginia Distributor. He has been published in American Thinker, currently writes for the Richmond Examiner as well as Virginia Right! Blog. Tom lives in Hanover County, Va and is involved in politics at every level and is a Recovering Republican who has finally had enough of the War on Conservatives in progress with the Leadership of the GOP on a National Level.

6 Responses to “Former Virginia 3rd District Republican Chairman Wade Threatens Blogger Tom White”

  1. Liz says:

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  2. tim boyer says:

    Mike Wade is a blowhard has been who accuses everyone else of doing what he actually does with blasts all his victims from the safety of the internet with no attribution to himself while at least the rest of us are man enough to put our names to our opinions. Mike is a big wuss who is too scared to follow through with his hot air threats. I would ignore his bloviating if I were you.

  3. Steven Brodie Tucker

    I would have been more impressed, if, in response to my piece, he articulated an argument why I’m wrong and Republicans ought to vote for Gillespie.

  4. Willie Mae Washington says:

    It was Ed Gillespie’s campaign manager Ray Allen who orchestrated sending the 7th District money ($300,000) to D.C. instead of using it on GOTV efforts in Virginia that would have aided Gillespie. That money is in the hands of the NRSC and the NRCC now, and it will be spent in OTHER states, not in Virginia. It did not have to be sent away. It could have been spent in a manner that would have helped Gillespie’s election. Ray Allen was willing to throw Gillespie under the bus in order to feed his need for spite, and the other Establishment Moderates jumped right on the bandwagon with him. It’s not the Reagan Republicans who stabbed Ed Gillespie in the back.


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Tom White Says:

Nothing is more conservative than a republican wanting to get their majority back. And nothing is more liberal than a republican WITH a majority.

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