Matthew Heimbach and the Virginia Flaggers: A Reminder

Young Connie Chastain after glimpsing her future
Young Connie Chastain after glimpsing her future

Recently Corey Meyer asked three simple questions of Virginia Flaggers spokesperson Connie Chastain.

Question 1. Is Tripp Lewis a Virginia Flagger?

Question 2. Did Tripp Lewis call Matt Heimbach a “Good Guy”?

Question 3. Since Matt’s opinions have been discovered, has the Va. Flaggers refuted Matt for those opinion or have they continued to embrace him as a Friend on FB?

Connie declined to answer the questions. Nor did she have any information on when we can next expect to see Susan Hathaway flagging in front of the VMFA, although she knows Susan’s speaking schedule.

This is proof that at times she can be quiet. However, we soon expect a tenth post this month attacking “a total nobody.”

Call this post a birthday present to a good friend.

13 thoughts on “Matthew Heimbach and the Virginia Flaggers: A Reminder

  1. Schroeder November 16, 2013 / 4:38 pm

    The Flaffers are floundering out of their element – they have managed to create a circus image for themselves here in RVA.

  2. B Parks November 16, 2013 / 6:41 pm

    I don’t know who is more laughable, Connie Chastain or the VA Flaggers. Part of me feels sorry for them because in most cases, the mentally challenged don’t know they are mentally challenged. These folks embarrass themselves on a regular basis, are the butt of everyone’s jokes, and have done far more harm to their heritage than good by living up to every hillbilly stereotype that the majority of the public expects from neoconfederates. Worst of all they actually think they are making a difference. Pitiful. If I want to teach my children the value of getting a good education, I will use Chastain and the VA Flaggers an example of what NOT to be.

  3. B Parks November 16, 2013 / 6:59 pm

    I wanted to add that Chastain calling you a ‘nobody’ is hysterical as she is the one who writes make believe books and pretends to he some kind of romance novelist. Only thing she seems to able to create are offensive web banners and mediocre book covers that look like they were done by middle schoolers with a pirated copy of Kids Paintbrush! No wonder the VA Flaggers look up to her.

  4. Corey Meyer November 16, 2013 / 7:12 pm

    B. Parks,

    Please take note that Connie Chastain and the Virginia Flaggers are really one in the same. Their minds swim in the same historical void and Connie is the internet voice of the Flaggers…which I have always found odd…that the Va. Flaggers cannot maintain their own website since Tripp Lewis is a paid internet hacker. Odd indeed.

  5. B Parks November 16, 2013 / 8:32 pm

    You make a great point. I can’t believe the ignorance of her followers over on Backsass. Some hick named Owens throwing the Marxist label around relentlessly and a southern nationalist who makes Cooter look like a brainchild actually believing the south will rise again. Witnessing such delusion explains to me why their Confederate ancestors failed. They lived in an alernate reality. The Federals actually did them a favor by putting them out of their misery.

  6. James Knox November 16, 2013 / 9:32 pm

    I drive past the VMFA on the way to work on the weekends and have seen these yahoos in action. They look like a bunch of rednecks and the really sad part is there are sometimes kids there. It’s bad enough to think that these knuckle-draggers still exist in 2013 but to see that they are indoctrinating kids makes me angry. These poor kids are being brainwashed with their racist rhetoric. And that Chastain chick is their cyber cheerleader who is probably just glad to be picked for the first time in her life . The whole scene is sad when you step back and look at it. Southern America should be more evolved than this. At times like these I’m ashamed to call myself a Richmonder. The good news is that flag probably won’t last long, once people actually ‘see’ it which is a long shot at this stage.

  7. B Parks November 21, 2013 / 2:42 pm

    I continue to be taken aback by the comments posted over on Ms. Chastain’s blog. The version of American history that she and her ilk proclaim is pure fantasy. These are the same kinds of people who believe that people and dinosaurs lived together even though there has never been anything scientifically proven to support that theory. And the fact that children are being indoctrinated with false facts about their own heritage is quite disturbing. Someone should call social services on these VA Flagger folks as they are no better than a cult. Chastain hurts her cause more than she helps. She refutes accusations of racism, yet openly stands against Muslims, immigrants (and while we are at it feminists). The truth is that Confederate heritage has devolved from a true desire to preserve ones ancestral story, to a sick, racist, twisted, politically-slanted, far-right, tea-bagger mindset of backwards people who can’t handle how far we have come as a country because they didn’t do anything to help progress it. That is why Chastain and the VA Flaggers choose to create their own sad, parallel universe in which their fake Confederate ideology is “mainstream” when in reality they are a fledgling minority that places like the SCV and MOC are avoiding like the plague. How can they be so ignorant to think they are accomplishing anything positive outside of their small circle of social misfits.

    • Brooks D. Simpson November 21, 2013 / 3:38 pm

      One example will have to suffice for evidence that Connie Chastain is a malicious liar: she says that I accused Tripp Lewis of child abuse. There’s a reason she’s never offered proof for that claim: there isn’t any.

      Note: Chastain now admits she lied, although she makes the argument that to note the presence of a child is to imply child abuse. For someone eager to argue about fake accusations of rape, one wonders why she makes such a claim. Perhaps such darkness in her soul is due to her unhappy existence.

  8. Cindy February 23, 2015 / 9:38 pm

    Wow, what a bunch of sore losers! Looks like the VA Flaggers are kicking your sissy, yankee butts? LOL.

    • Brooks D. Simpson February 23, 2015 / 11:03 pm

      I’m sure you believe that. Of course, Jefferson Davis still believed he was going to win 150 years ago. We all know how that turned out.

    • khepera420 February 24, 2015 / 2:14 pm

      Hahahaha! Sock puppet. 🙂
      Y’all are a hoot ‘n a half, bless your hearts.

      • Andy Hall February 25, 2015 / 10:49 am

        A great many of these folks simply act like angry children.

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