“Now you see how many people actually stand with him,” one resident wrote on Facebook the next day. “And there is more than just the people . . . there tonight.”
January 13, 2017
Ted Bonner, of Blevins, Arkansas dressed for Halloween in overalls, a straw hat, and blackface and holding a sign that read "Blak Lives Matters." An elected official, he couldn't be fired. And the other day when he received an award for “Outstanding Board Member" — which he was entitled to simply for completing some mandatory training program — he had supporters there wearing "I Stand With Ted Bonner" shirt.