By finding a room attached to Jefferson’s house, King concludes Thomas Jefferson is the eighteenth-century version of Christian Grey — without a helicopter of course.
50 shades of gray colonial style.
King then spins out of control.
Hemmings never consented. Vicious sexual behavior. Jerry Sandusky.
Yes, he discussed Jerry Sandusky.
According to his own article, Jefferson:
…[W]as a monster. Owning, buying, selling, trading, and raping human beings, no matter what year or era you did such things, is monstrous…
…Thomas Jefferson was not some victim of time because he just happened to be born in an era in which people were confused as to whether slavery was evil.
He knew good and well it was as evil then as it would be today, but he deliberately and purposefully maintained the system of slavery not only in his own life, but also for the nation.
So a new room for Hemmings has King worked up.Read more at TheFederalistpapers