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“It’s a Long Tradition in Rhode Island” – Democrat Senator Sheldon Whitehouse Defends Belonging to a “Whites-Only” Beach Club (VIDEO)

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Imagine if a Republican said this.

Democrat Senator Sheldon Whitehouse defended belonging to a whites-only beach club when confronted by a reporter on Sunday.

Senator Whitehouse belongs to Baily’s Beach Club in Newport, Rhode Island.

The Democrat hypocrite was confronted about his membership back in 2017 and brushed off the reporter.

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Four years later Sheldon Whitehouse still belongs to the exclusive whites-only beach club and says it’s a “long tradition in Rhode Island.”

This is the same guy who launched blistering attacks against Trump and accused him of being a racist and a bigot.

VIDEO:

SHELDON WHITEHOUSE, his wife & their families have been members of an all-white private beach club for decades.

“It’s a long tradition in Rhode Island & there are many of them & I think we just need to work our way through the issues,” @SenWhitehouse said https://t.co/EA7rnkRiAX pic.twitter.com/gwaphKBYWq

— Kenneth P. Vogel (@kenvogel) June 20, 2021

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