White Democrat Refuses to Shake Hands With Pro-Life Black Candidate
Virginia Lieutenant Governor Ralph Northam is the subject of nationwide condemnation today for refusing to shake hands with his pro-life black conservative Republican opponent, E.W. Jackson. Northam was caught on camera refusing to shake Jackson's hand after supporting Obamacare and attacking conservative Christian voters.
As a pro-life, conservative African-American, Jackson has been pegged with the typical "Uncle Tom" attacks throughout the campaign from liberals who claim he is selling out his ethnicity by taking principled conservative stances and opposing abortion. Ref. Source 7
Democrat Ralph Northam elected Virginia governor in race that has captured national - and Trump's - attention. AP and NBC project that Democratic Lt. Gov. Ralph Northam has won the 2017 Virginia gubernatorial race Tuesday, edging Trump-backed Republican candidate Ed Gillespie. Ref. USAToday.
Virginia governor's yearbook page shows 2 people in blackface, KKK garb. A medical school yearbook page of Virginia Democratic Gov. Ralph Northam shows a photograph of two people, one in blackface and one in a KKK hood and robe.
The photograph, which was obtained by CNN affiliate WTKR, appears in the 1984 yearbook for Eastern Virginia Medical School yearbook and shows two people -- one in blackface and one in the KKK's signature white hood and robes. Ref. CNN.
FBI says Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam was also targeted in foiled plot to kidnap Michigan's governor. The suspects accused of plotting to kidnap Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer also talked about "Taking" Virginia's governor out of anger about his lockdown order during the COVID-19 pandemic, an FBI agent testified Tuesday. Ref. USAToday.