Martha Huckabay, the president of the Women’s Republican Club of New Orleans, unloaded on social media in defense of a state legislator who said schools ought to teach the “good” parts of the mass enslavement of African people.
Huckabay was incensed about an interview state Rep. Stephanie Hilferty (R) did with CNN about Garofalo’s comments. Huckabay decried Hilferty as a “RINO” (Republican In Name Only) for condemning the comments.
“Was their marriages in slavery? Were families and precious babies born (and I am talking about life itself) into or out of slavery? Were slave owners ever known to be ‘GOOD’ to their slaves? Were slaves ever known to LOVE their masters?” she posted in one of her multiple shares of video of the interview.
“Did generations of beautiful LIFE come from those who were sold into slavery, from Africa, and sold by Africans, make America the beautiful DIVERS culture it is today?” she continued.
“Was it true that some slaves never wanted to leave theIr plantation because it had become their home? Were some slaves treated with love and respect by their masters?”
Huckabay goes on to accuse Hilferty of being “indoctrinated by leftis marxisum education.”