“Michael [Payne] couldn't bring himself to defend a Black [woman]. Sena [Magill], blindly following whiteness as she has done since January 1, 2020. Heather [Hill] and Lloyd [Snook] have been consistent advocates of white is right, white power and the power of whiteness,” Walker wrote.
“When Sept. 11 happened, I was in the Virginia National Guard and I’d never been mobilized and I assumed the rest of my career would be a weekend a month and a couple of weeks a year and then retire and that would be my military career. ..."