wat0n wrote:No, your dismissal is now dismissed as unsupported, and therefore you have no reason to claim there were no militias on the move in Virginia by the time Dunmore issued his proclamation. Your dismissal is motivated by the fact that you cannot admit you are just wrong.
Virginia's militias were on the move several months before Dunmore issued his proclamation to free slaves, hence it's unlikely they mobilized to defend slavery.
No. The only action any militia saw in Virginia at the time was a failed attempt to scare Dunmore into not taking a bunch of gunpowder from an armory and putting it onto a British ship.
Dunmore made his proclamation in November of 1775. The first violence in Virginia occurred a month later.
The answers are pretty clear. My mistake though was to expect you to admit you could be wrong about the history of the American Revolution even more so since historians who are specialized on the American Revolution confirm you are.
You informed me that I could read your argument by going back and piecing together your arguments from the last six or seven posts we wrote.
This logically implies that your argument is not written out clearly anywhere and would require the reader to puzzle it together from the previously mentioned posts.
If that is how you wish to present your arguments, feel free.
Please provide evidence for the claim that CRT was being taught in Florida to children in elementary or secondary schools.