RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Gary Golden says that he had never, in his 55 years of life, displayed a poster. To debut, he wrote "Re-open Virginia" on a cardboard sign he held up last Wednesday at noon outside the governor's office in Richmond, the state capital.
The poster is more discreet than the exuberant campaign banners for Donald Trump that flutter in the wind and are hand carried, along with an old Bible, by five individuals in cargo pants and black T-shirts having the logo of the Southern Patriot Warriors, a group linked with white supremacism.
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