Nate Marshall Keeps It Real on Julie Williams’ Facebook Page

natemarshallBrought to our attention by the pro-recall blog Support Jeffco Kids–former Jefferson County GOP legislative candidate and avowed white supremacist Nate Marshall, who our readers will remember very well from his spectacular self-destruction in early 2014, is skulking around once again on social media causing embarrassment for his fellow Republicans.

This time, it’s embattled Jeffco Schools board member Julie Williams, who is currently facing a recall election–and who apparently never saw fit to remove Marshall from her Facebook friends after the whole white supremacy thing! In response to a post from Williams about the upcoming recall election, here’s what Marshall had to say:


Yikes! Nate isn’t the type to mince words as you know.

Unfortunately, after the incident earlier this year when Williams “accidentally” posted a link to a hate group’s protest against a district-sanctioned event about bullying of LGBT students, Williams has locked down her Facebook page to only allow her friends to see what’s posted there. As a result, we don’t know if Marshall’s comments were deleted, condemned, or even noticed by Williams at all.

But we do know Nate Marshall is her Facebook friend. After she got, you know, selective about her Facebook friends.

And that’s a data point voters may want to fully digest.

10 Community Comments, Facebook Comments

  1. Progressicat says:

    In with Bill Ayers comment before Moddy and/or the librarian go on about "guilt by association."

  2. mamajama55 says:

    Marshall no longer shows up as Williams' FB friend. He himself says that his FB postings were alcohol-induced – not that that makes it all better. He hasn't apologized to any union people for threatening them.

  3. mamajama55 says:

    The only comment Williams makes, indirectly, about Nate Marshall:

    She is apparently a faithful reader of Pols.

    Julie Williams

    October 14 at 6:32pm · 

    Disrespectful, mean spirited, racists, and hateful remarks will not be tolerated on my page.

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