Photos from 2009 Public Advocate stunt show Delgaudio working with his new extremist Library Board appointee

Sometimes a picture really is worth a thousand words. We don’t yet know how many words Sterling supervisor Eugene Delgaudio will emit claiming that he didn’t know “much of anything” about Andrew Beacham, his nominee for Loudoun County’s Library Board – but we do know that they will be arranged into falsehoods.

According to Chairman York, who apparently agreed to nominate Beacham “on behalf of” his Sterling colleague (how does he manage to get himself into these predicaments?), “the information provided on Beacham was not very detailed. Beacham’s four-paragraph resume only said he had ‘worked in the field of media production and broadcasting over the last 4 years.’”

In fact, Beacham’s “work” includes publicly defacing the Koran “in support of Florida pastor Terry Jones” and other political theater acts with fringe anti-abortion extremist Randall Terry. He is active with nativist and anti-government groups in Loudoun, and calls himself a “full-time Pro-Life missionary and activist for Christian policies in government” while declaring that “the only good progressive is a dead progressive.”

Beacham did not move to Sterling by coincidence.

Below is a photo from the 2009 protest at Wakefield High School, mentioned by Tom Jackman in the article linked above. What Jackman’s article doesn’t say is that this tiny protest, entitled “Mr. President, Stay Away From Our Kids!” was the creation of Mr. Delgaudio’s hate group Public Advocate. Given what we have since learned about the operations of Mr. Delgaudio’s county office, it’s probable that Loudoun County resources in one form or another were involved in its creation.

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That’s Andrew Beacham holding the Gadsden flag. In the next photo, there’s Beacham again on the right, and Mr. Delgaudio being interviewed right next to him, in a group with another Gadsden flag. The entire protest – which was really just a media stunt – was comprised of no more than eight people. Again, this was in 2009. Delgaudio and Beacham are active in the same circles and engaged in the same kind of political activity. Delgaudio may even have been training Beacham; in fact, it’s likely. That sort of training is what Delgaudio has done since he was Executive Director, and later served on the board, of “Young Americans for Freedom/Young America’s Foundation.” Other things they’ve being doing together will no doubt come to light.

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7 thoughts on “Photos from 2009 Public Advocate stunt show Delgaudio working with his new extremist Library Board appointee

  1. Pariahdog

    Here is a comment fragment from Andrew Beacham’s 2012 House campaign web site:

    (May 29, 2013) Andrew Beacham said:

    I am confident you would be appalled if I stood by and watched a women throw her two year old child into the street to be struck by a car while I did nothing.

    A mother who uses her body to participate in sex and then at any point in time after decides she does not want to deal with the body of the baby that results as consequences of her sex and kills her child is guilty of murder. There is no difference between a baby in or out of the womb. There is no more guilt for a mom who abuses her 8 year old to death or uses birth-control, (contraception that is abortifacient).

    Yes, and as for rape, when have we ever punished a child for the crime of the father, NEVER! If a man rapes a women, hang him, or perhaps whichever punishment the woman thinks is just.

    I think that if you can not reason why I as a man defend the innocent children, like a baby from its own child-murdering mother, perhaps you should not comment.

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  3. Epluribusunum Post author

    From an account of the “I Hate The Government” episode of “True Life,” another fine “reality show” that displays fringe cases for our amusement:

    The show follows Andrew Beacham, who believes the current government needs to be tossed aside because it has abandoned the Bible. In watching the show, however, it becomes clear that the 28-year-old activist really is there simply to give camera time to former Operation Rescue founder Randall Terry. Beacham, as Terry’s accolade, is shown protesting with him, creating graphic abortion campaign ads, and even moving into a group home where the goal is to find a way to end all abortion.

    But it’s not just abortion that they are targeting. Terry makes it clear that to be truly “pro-life,” you have to outlaw anything that will allow someone to have sex without risking pregnancy, childbirth, or parenthood—even if that means putting women in jail for avoiding pregnancy.

    Terry: Without a clear message of “This is what it means to be pro-life,” then we’re doomed.

    Beacham: Nobody articulates our message better than Randall.

    Terry: Do we want to make the pill illegal? Yes. Do we want to make the IUD illegal? Yes. The morning after pill? Yes. The patch? Yes. Anything that’s a human pesticide, they all have to be made illegal. A woman has to go to jail if she kills her baby.

    Also, the leader of the domestic terrorist group “Army of God” just commented on the WaPo article about how he loves him some Beacham.

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