Homophobic Virginia Legislator Who Lost To Trans Woman Gets Roasted By Sister

  Last Updated: November 9, 2017 at 3:50 pm
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Robert Marshall Virginia House of Delegates
Delegate Bob Marshall speaking at the 2012 Liberty Political Action Conference in Chantilly, Virginia. Photo: Gage Skidmore

The political victory of Danica Roem over thirteen-term Republican incumbent Robert Marshall for his former seat in the House of Delegates is nothing short of Schadenfreude.

The triumph of the transgender journalist has been widely regarded as a symbolic victory over a candidate who prided himself on being Virginia’s most socially conservative politician. Going so far as to call himself “Virginia’s chief homophobe,” Marshall sponsored the discriminatory anti-trans “bathroom bill” that stirred up an artificial public controversy and has falsely smeared transgender Americans as sexual predators.

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During the campaign, Marshall displayed an appalling amount of disrespect towards Roem; consistently and purposefully misgendering her and refusing to debate her. He certainly made it clear he didn’t think she was his equal as a human.

As if losing wasn’t enough, his sister had a few harsh words as well…

Robert Marshall Virginia
Marshal’s sister, Paula Nucci, took to Facebook to admonish her brother for his behavior during the election in a post that is now going viral on social media.
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Brad Delaney

Brad is the CEO and Editor-in-Chief of The Pacific Tribune. In addition to his work at The Pacific Tribune, he is President of Sound Strategy, a Seattle based creative design agency that builds and maintains websites and advertising for small and medium sized businesses around the world. In his spare time he serves as co-director and Board President of One Million Kids For Equality, a federally recognized 501c3 nonprofit that works to elevate the voices of LGBTQ youth and the children of LGBTQ parents.

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