African-American politicians just made history the liberal media won’t report on.
The story revolves around two 20-year-old college juniors, who won a political office in a Connecticut Tuesday election.
The duo, Ed Ford Jr., and Tyrell Brown are actually best friends and won a political office in Connecticut, a deeply blue state.
The two have been long active in politics and even served as president and vice president of their high school student government back in the day.
“I met him playing two-hand touch football,” said Ford, referring to Brown.
Ford managed to score a seat on the Middletown school board. “When the results came in I was absolutely euphoric,” he pointed out.
Aside from him, Brown was elected to the Middletown Planning and Zoning Commission. “When I found out I won I said okay, time to get to work,” he stated.
The families and friends of the young men were uncertain whether they would be able to cope will responsibilities that come along with their political and civil duties.
“If you have the will to do it, if you have the passion to do it, go do it now,” Ford said.
The two young men were often scolded for being part of the GOP, something bound to happen, having in mind the liberal influence in the country.
“I definitely love Christmas and Thanksgiving at my house because it always gets interesting,” Brown joked around.
As far as education goes, Ford is a major in psychology at Central Connecticut State University, whereas Brown is a business major at Southern Connecticut State University. The story first broke by News 8’s Mario Boone, who took the time to ask the political duo several questions.
Said Brown, “Thank God for calendars.”
Ford continued by saying managing their time is essential at this point.
Ford and Brown will officially take office Tuesday, Nov. 14 at 7 p.m. at Middletown City Hall.
Take a look at the video below and witness history in the making: