After publishing this walkabout a couple weeks ago I got some unexpected but not surprising positive nods from several black people acknowledging my remarks in regard to diversity fascism
Category: 60 Seconds
Jim Casey goes live walkabout again in downtown Huntsville starting at the Calhoun House historic marker where the last walkabout in this series left off. Watch the video for more commentary and information, and to see all the historic scenes in this remarkably small half-mile stretch in downtown Huntsville, Alabama.
The parade commenced as scheduled with an amazing number of courageous onlookers braving the cold with wind chills around 20°. I staked out a vantage point between buildings where the wind wasn’t blowing quite as much while a lively crowd gathered along Jefferson Street hooten and hollering along with the wind being funneled in like it was green beer.
This live walkabout in downtown Huntsville features Huntsville’s renown Spite House, Maria Howard Weeden, a desperado named Frank James the older brother of Jesse James no less, and the first Confederate Secretary of War Leroy Pope Walker who gave the word to fire upon Fort Sumter starting the Civil War.