Former Democrat Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe Tells Current Democrat Governor Ralph “Coonman” Northam: “He’s got to go”…

For what it’s worth, current background discussion within the DC media chattering class is rumoring that embattled Virginia Governor Ralph “Coonman” Northam will resign in the next 48 hours.

CNN’s Jake Tapper interviewed former Virginia Democrat Gov. Terry McAuliffe earlier today, who also said he believes Gov. Ralph Northam will resign soon. WATCH:

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253 Responses to Former Democrat Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe Tells Current Democrat Governor Ralph “Coonman” Northam: “He’s got to go”…

  1. tav144 says:

    What the heck is wrong with the GOP that they couldn’t find this out before the election?

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    • Too busy hiding their own dirt.

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    • JonS says:

      Ed Gillespie was in it to lose. He ran a terrible campaign

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      • Abel says:

        i remember thinking the same thing.
        reminds me of missouri politics.
        dumb people leading obviously because theyre puppets and easily manipulated.
        it always somehow smells like uniparty nonsense.

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      • huecowacko says:

        He’s the RINO’s RINO, wouldn’t be surprised if they knew about it, but declined to use it; RINO civility you know.

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      • Zaza says:

        “Ed Gillespie was in it to lose.”

        the cuckpublican motto: Better to bend over for the establishment than live up to your campaign claims.

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    • arkancided says:

      CIA sealed it for use at the right time like now to distract from the uproar over these abortion policies that the Dems are trying to pass all over the country. This is a distraction and boy, is it working. CNN released the photo.

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    • ladypenquin says:

      Connect the dots. There had to have been a conspiracy of silence between the Ralph Northam’s classmates, acquaintances, colleagues, the Democrat Party of Virginia, and the media. Remember the incident with Pastor E.W. Jackson, who is Black, in the CNN sponsored Lt. Governor’s debate in 2013.

      Conspiracy of Silence: https://www.unifiedpatriots.com/2019/02/04/ralph-northams-brotherhood-of-silence/

      Did the GOP know? They’ll never tell, but many of us here in Virginia, suspect. Gillespie was poorly served by his campaign staff. Something to remember, the “consultants” get paid whether their candidate wins or loses.

      SD is right about the evil of the Uniparty. Maybe this will be the wakeup call Virginians need. Important to remember that the real story is the one Dems want out of the headlines, the infanticide plans by the Left. Northam’s story is to the firestorm over radical abortions.

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      • ladypenquin says:

        Edit, Northam’s story is to make the radical abortion story go away. One other point, Justin Fairfax, the Lt. Governor? – He worked to raise millions for PP, who in turn contributed massively to the Dems’ Virginia candidates in 2017 to get both of these men elected. It’s all connected in the article.

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    • Right to reply says:

      What if the Democrats knew, and no one else? What if, Northam was the gauge for abortion issues? What if having heard the public disgust, the Democrats themselves released the image?

      The Democrats are fond of collecting year books, aren’t they? Roy Moore, Kavanaugh…

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      • ladypenquin says:

        Good question. I’m sure this photo release was to get the infanticide story out of the headlines. But we can’t let that happen. These people are radical. The Lt. Gov. is worse. Herring the AG is of the same radical Dem mold.

        Virginia has taken a hit by these Dems getting into power.

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    • Rob says:

      Too busy hating President Trump.

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    • Zaza says:

      “What the heck is wrong with the GOP that they couldn’t find this out before the election?”

      more of a “gentlemens agreement” to not try too hard because after all,, we’re all in this together. We being the Uniparty. Preserving the Uniparty is the REAL GOAL> the rest is just a show for the msm to keep fish on the line. This includes your wonderful redstate radio hacks who continually blame those LIBDEMS LIBDEMS LIBDEMS with an obligatory bi-annual mention of “rinos” as a pretext of being honest observers. Every time these GOPer hacks go off on a LIBDEM rant remember who they are shilling for and that they are ALSO profiteering off of fake news ala CNNSUXBC.

      “Just a couple of rinos” my hairy a**

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    • dawg says:

      It wouldnt have mattered. They would have just said it was an error in the yearbook and it wasnt really him. You certainly wouldnt have had all the Ds come out against him when he was running against an R.

      This all happened for a reason, and it has to do with his comments on abortion, and the young, liberal black Lt. Gov. who stands to gain from it.

      There is something else going on here but Im not exactly sure what it is.

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  2. Donna in Oregon says:

    Northam wants to know how much they will give him to leave. He’s a Dim and they are always about $$$$ for themselves.

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  3. sucesfuloser says:

    It’s time to bring Robert Carlyle Byrd out of the closet and all the photos of democrats that supported him as an American politician and former Ku Klux Klan officer who served as a United States Senator from West Virginia for over 51 years, Hillary’s ties should be uncovered. Al Gore’s racist father and Gore himself.

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  4. MfM says:

    I hope he comes clean and let’s us know who in the Democratic party knew about this before his election.

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  5. IMO says:

    Stanford Fellow Hints At Possible Justin Fairfax Sex Assault – Big League Politics
    https://bigleaguepolitics.com/stanford-fellow-hints-at-possible-justin-fairfax-sex-assault/

    Another Sh#t Storm hitting VA.

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  6. dogsrule says:

    The only way you get a photo into a yearbook is to submit it to the yearbook people. The governor submitted this photo along with others for who knows what reason. The yearbook committee can edit/omit anything they want but they chose to print this. Usually you get a proof of what is going to be in the yearbook before it is printed. While I am surprised the yearbook committee chose to include this photo this is just one more case of a democrat not taking responsibility for his own actions. Totally self-inflicted. Now he denies he is in the photo and wants to continue to ‘serve the people of VA’?

    As Emerson once said, “the more he spoke of his honor the faster we counted our spoons.”

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    • ladypenquin says:

      Nope. Northam and the Dems, MSM et al are all involved in a conspiracy of silence. The dots all connect. I know the Tidewater area where EVMS is located. As a Virginian, I know how these politics work. The Dems pulled off a big one in getting these guys into office.
      Anyone who had knowledge of that yearbook picture, even after Northam became Governor, participated in the harm done. We lost several close incumbent GOP House seats in 2018 here in this state. It’s serious what went down.
      https://www.unifiedpatriots.com/2019/02/04/ralph-northams-brotherhood-of-silence/

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  7. arkancided says:

    Does anyone beside me find that picture is hilarious? It’s a parody. Anyone that claims it’s too serious needs to check their faux outrage at the door IMO. I think it’s funny as hell that both are sharing a beer together.
    I’m sure some will post angrily to this but come on, that’s funny! People need to get over themselves. Is it insensitive? Of course. But when are we going to get past the hyper-sensitivity that the Dems created to a frenzy? When?! That was not a negatively charged picture. If so, please explain.

    At the same time, someone in the Republican party really missed the boat on this one. With all the yearbook “revelations” that the Dems have been manipulating, when are Republicans going to utilize this fertile ground against them? Look at this picture! Victory is served up on a silver platter for his opponent! What a missed opportunity.

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    • David Roth says:

      I’m with you, Dude, I found it humorous.

      Must be my white straight male privilege. /sarc/

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      • covfefe999 says:

        The KKK murdered blacks. They aren’t just a harmless bunch of idiots running around with sheets over their heads.

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        • Daniel says:

          If it weren’t for the fact that this guy is Democrat, I’d say it was political satire given that the Democrat party is tied to the KKK and that they apparently have those [wonderful black people] voting Democrat for 200 years.

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        • Mr. Morris says:

          Planned Parenthood murders blacks too. In fact, Margaret Sanger said the goal of Planned Parenthood is to decrease the number of Negroes, but don’t tell the Negroes.

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    • RJones says:

      It’s offensive because many of our fellow citizens, people we care about, work with, and want to remain friends with, are deeply offended by it. This is not political correctness run amuck. It’s about caring how others feel.

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      • arkancided says:

        Feelings. Whoa, whoa, whoa feelings, whoa, whoa, whoa feelings…….

        I didn’t ask how others might reflexively be triggered due to media coercion. The sheeple are very conditioned into “feeling” a certain way. This picture was not meant to offend but instead humor. If you can’t see it, I pity you as one of those who are programmed to see anything as racist. Sad. I see an attempt at humor and parody. Thank god I can cut through the programming. It doesn’t mean in any way that I support the KKK or god forbid, as Covfefe (what a desperate attempt at faux outrage) mentions below, Hitler! How did she arrive at that? What triggered her? Utterly ridiculous.

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      • arkancided says:

        Just to clarify, WHAT is offensive/racist about it? Exactly what is offensive? Simply the picture of a clansman? We know they exist and have existed. Is the picture alone racist? I just want clarification so I can perhaps be better educated. Again, asking this question does in no way associate me with their cause but I guess people would lump me into that conversation. Kind of like Tulsi Gabbard now being a Russian enabler for claiming isolationism. Don’t fall for that. BTW, Hillary’s the one who was pictured kissing Robert Byrd proclaiming she will always trust his guidance.

        The bottom line is that we are all being head-faked here. The left doesn’t want you focusing on the atrocity-ridden abortion policies they are trying to pass because Ginsberg is dying or already dead. Keep your eye on the ball. CNN released this photo. Ask yourself why and see my comments in this paragraph.

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        • RJones says:

          Arcancided: I understand your POV. However, it is historical fact that blacks were enslaved and after being freed were then treated like second-class citizens. Families have stories that were passed down through the generations about horrible treatment at the hands of whites. And still today, many blacks feel like they’re singled out because of their race, for example when being stopped by police. Politicians have both capitalized on these attitudes in the black community and further encouraged them. We do no favors for society in general to argue people’s feelings and attitudes are illegitimate. Their feelings are what they are. We win the argument only by showing our black friends, neighbors, and colleagues that we are not resentful of their legitimate feelings and stretch our hands out to them when they are offended. This is simple Christian humility and love.

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      • Daniel says:

        It is PC run amuck. Few people living today have had any direct experience with the horrors of the KKK in its prime. None truly fear the KKK either. People love to dip into a preferred historical narrative as a source of legitimacy but we’re supposed to be people who judge individuals by their merits [the present day, not the distant past] and not by group affiliation. Those two lines of thought do not mix at all.

        People got over their hate of the Germans and the Japanese as well as the Koreans and the Vietnamese and the horrors are still in the hearts and minds of many survivors and yet we don’t play pity-party with their feelings quite so much and certainly not as a nation.

        We should grow up and recognize how this nation is actually being torn apart because of “feelings” instead of facts.

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      • bkrg2 says:

        RJones, good point.

        There are many who don’t see a problem with this picture & many who do. Both sides can be Demonrats or Republicans, or even independent. The could be blacw, white, asian, hispanic…

        You made a great point that I would like to expand on. It has helped me understand others point of view and feelings.

        1) The fact that some people are hurt, offended, upset about this picture is a fact – it is their feelings.
        2) The “intention” of the picture is irrelevant to these feelings. If it was intended to be a joke or intended to be offensive, that does not matter to the person offended.
        3) We are responsible for how we react & behave towards others.

        Of couse, there are also people blowing this up into a political sh!tshow. But these 3 points are still true.

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    • covfefe999 says:

      But when are we going to get past the hyper-sensitivity that the Dems created to a frenzy?

      You’re looking at this the wrong way.

      It’s all about the Dems constantly criticizing Republicans of being racist, even if those criticisms are false (e.g., Covington). Now they are forced to criticize themselves and it’s hilarious to watch. 🙂

      I have never found someone dressing up in a KKK outfit funny, and I am offended by that photo. The blackface thing doesn’t bother me as much as the KKK outfit. What is funny about a person wanting to kill or ruin the life of another person? Would it be funny if it were one person dressed up as Hitler and the other person dressed up as a concentration camp victim? I don’t think so. Or someone dressed up as the BTK killer and someone dressed up as one of his victim. You know? It’s just not funny. The KKK was real. The KKK inflicted damage on blacks. The KKK KILLED blacks. They also attacked and killed whites who trying to help blacks. We should never ever find that funny.

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      • davidb says:

        And yet the Black Panthers, which is the Black version of the KKK, is praised by the black leaders and community. The Black Caucus is praised by the black leaders and community also. They, along with their white counterparts are POS.

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      • arkancided says:

        No, you’re looking at it the wrong way. How in the hell can you project Hitler into this? How theatrical must you be to make a small point? Actually,
        not surprising coming from you.

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      • “Hogan’s Heroes”. An entire network thought that was funny. How seriously do we have to take you? The “funny” was all in its being in the past, and the once-evildoers made to look ridiculous.

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      • Daniel says:

        Not even that Dave Chappelle skit? The one where he was a blind and black KKK member who didn’t know he was black?

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      • Zaza says:

        “Would it be funny if it were one person dressed up as Hitler and the other person dressed up as a concentration camp victim?”

        if the “holocaust camper” were actually jewish and they “thought it was funny” would it be funny then? who knows such things.

        boys will be boys…

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      • mikeyboo says:

        “Would it be funny if it were one person dressed up as Hitler and the other person dressed up as a concentration camp victim? I don’t think so.
        The KKK was real. The KKK inflicted damage on blacks. The KKK KILLED blacks. They also attacked and killed whites who trying to help blacks. We should never ever find that funny.”
        You are correct. It isn’t funny. Real victims/real suffering/real deaths.

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    • Zoe says:

      What I find ironic about the photo is that now the KKK and blacks are buddies in the same rat party and it doesn’t seem to bother them until it does. Robert Byrd for example, Hillary’s “mentor”. No wonder she hates black people.

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  8. Lulu says:

    McAuliffe is not a Virginian – he’s from MI he shopped swing states to run for Governor in to fix the vote for Hillary – true story.

    Senator Mark Warner not a Virginian – he was born in CT and fakes his Virginia horse country accent.

    Senator Kaine – not a Virginian – he’s a St. Louis, MO leftist Democrat that built his political career as a leftist mayor in the one-party city of Richmond.

    I loathe Northam, but all these carpetbaggers attracted to Virginia due to its proximity to DC and the massive amount of parasite government workers in Northern VA opinions on anything related to the Commonwealth and actual Virginians are completely irrelevant.

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    • And now in Northern Virginia, it sometimes feels like the majority of people were been in India. Another experiment in using repopulation to gain political power.

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      • Zaza says:

        Bringing in millions of Indians to help business drive down the labor cost in IT was always part of the globalists plan, gotta protect our profit margins while we replace native workers and also marginalize the white electorate with brown people. It’s been a bonanza for sure, IT went from a great job to get into to a job worth less than entry level educators.

        All part of “putting the private sector in their place” so to speak by the all knowing statists who are now preaching nationalism = satanism.

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    • TheLastDemocrat says:

      It was a tight race. One thing pushing him over the top was a late-in-the-game push by Planned Parenthood, who came in with a couple million, I recall, and who knows what else they contributed at that late date.

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  9. TwoLaine says:

    OK, so how is what Lieawatha did any less egregious than what this man did, at least the costume photo? Or all of these people who lied about a military career that never existed, like Da Nang Dick? I get lost on what is OK and what is not. Who has denounced the black man who like to speak of termites?

    BTW, I really enjoyed all the people freaking out over the last few days about someone knowing it is hard to get shoe polish off. A fact they would know if they ever had to polish shoes, as many of us have. But I digress. I’m sure they all have someone to do that for them. From south of the border, of course.

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    • covfefe999 says:

      That is an EXCELLENT point about Lieawatha. Excellent. What she did, IMO, is way way way more offensive. And you know the Cherokee Nation complained about her, they were offended. She actually pulled her “I’m a native American” stunt TWICE, in school and then recently with the DNA test. Shameful.

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      • covfefe999 says:

        And now I’m thinking … why is it that native Americans can be upset about someone falsely claiming to be one of them, and blacks can be upset about someone falsely claiming to be one of them or dressing up to look like them … but women are not allowed to complain when men falsely claim to be female or dress up to look female?

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      • TwoLaine says:

        She’s done it for years in the Senate!

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      • TwoLaine says:

        These people are inbred liars.

        How many times did The Kenyan tell us. “If you like your plan, you can keep your plan. Period.”, when all along, at from 2010 on, he knew it was all a boldface lie? Just as he knew the “Marketplace” was gonna’ flop on Day 1, Day 2, Day 3…

        Obama At House Republican Retreat In Baltimore: FULL VIDEO, TEXT
        Video of President Obama’s remarks to the House Republican retreat in Baltimore on Friday, Jan. 29, 2010 and Q&A With GOP Lawmakers:

        “The last thing I will say, though — let me say this about health care and the health care debate, because I think it also bears on a whole lot of other issues. If you look at the package that we’ve presented — and there’s some stray cats and dogs that got in there that we were eliminating, we were in the process of eliminating. For example, we said from the start that it was going to be important for us to be consistent in saying to people if you can have your — if you want to keep the health insurance you got, you can keep it, that you’re not going to have anybody getting in between you and your doctor in your decision making. And I think that some of the provisions that got snuck in might have violated that pledge.”
        ~Barack Hussein Obama, 29 Jan 2010

        Read more:
        https://www.huffingtonpost.com/2010/01/29/transcript-of-president-o_n_442423.html

        More from Mr. Clueless

        Putting them on the spot. Anyone remember Marilyn Tavenner?

        https://www.c-span.org/video/?c4470898/reichert-questions-administrator-tavenner

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    • mikeyboo says:

      “OK, so how is what Lieawatha did any less egregious than what this man did, at least the costume photo? Or all of these people who lied about a military career that never existed, like Da Nang Dick? I get lost on what is OK and what is not. Who has denounced the black man who like to speak of termites?”
      It is all reprehensible. AND it is still possible to laugh at cultural stereotypes:
      https://www.takimag.com/article/cultural-stereotypes-all-good-people-need-to-avoid/

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  10. covfefe999 says:

    McAuliffe: It’s not about Ralph any more.

    Isn’t that the truth. It’s about sparing the entire Dem party the embarrassment of hypocrisy and it’s about maintaining their false narrative that Republicans are racists. Northam is learning now that he is no longer useful to the Dems, that he has become a liability, and all of the work that they praised (Obama campaigned for Northam) is all for naught.

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    • covfefe999 says:

      I personally hope that Northam says “I’m not leaving”. 🙂

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      • beach lover says:

        Me too!

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        • beach lover says:

          Enough of this past ‘gotcha” politics. People who supported him for years know who he is/was. I personally find the remarks on killing a baby much more offensive, than a picture in a yearbook in 1984. There’s a lot of people that thought that picture was evidently appropriate to put in a college yearbook, so are you going to hunt them down and fire them all?
          This will never end. The only reason he is getting grief now is because he became a liability because of his abortion stance. We know it, he knows it.. and certainly Terry McAwful knows it.

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    • Tparty says:

      Someone needs to ask former president obama what his thoughts on the recent revelations regarding governor northham …. and then follow with a prompt into the scandal he didn’t mention.

      Then what are your feelings about this obviously racist Democrat governor’s comments promoting post birth infanticide …!!? and at what age should government regulations allow children born to be aborted?

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  11. RJones says:

    There is no way that McAuliffe was unaware of this guy’s racist attitudes. He’s now stained through this relationship and should be held to account also. The democrats are the masters of opposition research and they surely knew about this material but chose not to disclose it. In the Clinton mold, McAuliffe would rather promote a politician he had total control over via “photographic leverage” than live up to the values he and Dems try to promote as universal.

    I would have little surprise on learning McAuliffe and Northam shared other “hypocrisies” as well, which is why McAuliffe was so careful is calling for Northam’s resignation.

    Northam was McAuliffe’s deputy governor, which should disqualify him from further public office even if his long time association with the Clinton criminal enterprise for some reason did not.

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    • betseyross says:

      We all know that McAuliffe was his own political dirt that somehow got swept under the rug. This is like the pot calling the kettle black. Hypocrisy reigns supreme in the Dem Party. Like Nancy Pelosi says, “Embrace the suck”. I hope this doesn’t go away for awhile.

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  12. cali says:

    I don’t really care what happens to this racist although I do care that not only is he pediatric neurologist but non-chalant explains that a ‘baby is kept comfortable after born alive while they doc and the mother debate whether to murder this little person or keep it alive’.

    I suppose this guy has been a eugenicist as pediatric doc all along. What makes his endorsement of infanticide or genocide so evil is that as neurologist he knows about the pain these babies feel even if they decide to murder this little person after just being born.

    This agenda can not be brushed under the carpet while they attempt to distract with this fake white hood/black face chit. That is what gets their goat? Really? They are the only specialists when it comes to the history and being of the KKK because many of them wore the hood themselves or many of their supporters. The fake outrage is just that – fake – only when they get caught.

    I suppose Gillespie either didn’t want to win or his oppo team was incompetent during the election because it doesn’t take much to find it. Go to the library and look at the yearbook of a candidate to be researched and voila – you find all the info you are looking for.

    Projection = worked for the left once again showing Gillespie as racist chasing latino and muslim kids throughout the neighborhood via a truck mounted with a Confederate flag. How quaint!

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  13. Could it be that Northam was a stalking horse to get Justin Fairfax, an ineluctable, radical socialist into the Governors seat?

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  14. 335blues says:

    McAuliffe is a despicable piece of dirt. Having said that, Gladys Knight is not.
    Knight’s rendition of the national anthem at the stupor bowl was awesome, and I really loved it.
    Bravo, Gladys Knight!

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  15. LibertyVibe says:

    This “Black Face” scandal is SO STUPID. It is a false flag, to change the narrative. We SHOULD be talking about Virginia’s abortion law. Instead we are talking about something that no one with a brain cares about. I think we should CONTINUE to talk about Virginia’s abortion law. We should be relentless.

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  16. CM-TX says:

    He’s in trouble with the party for revealing too much about the horrid details. Especially the part about following labor, & then deciding. As if people would be perfectly fine with the other scenarios.🤨

    He drew too much attention to what they hoped to pass quietly in various states. Now he’s gotta go. They are most likely the ones who released the picture. They couldn’t possibly take him out linking it anyway to the other issue, that’d just be “immoral” (or something) to Dems.

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  17. I haven’t read all of the other comments here, so this may be a replication of others:

    With MacAuliffe (and everyone else in politics), this is the pot calling the kettle black.

    So long as they make Whatshisname’s resignation to be on account of a silly “blackface” event in 1984 (or even many such, in his languid, lazy academic youth), tell them to go to hell. Period. Get off the stage.

    I remember, back in 1966, doing a comedic tape with my best friend, in which at one point I sang, “God damn river…”, in emulation of Paul Robeson singing “Old Man River” (his most famous performance, in a 1928 production of “Showboat”). I later cringed when I heard it played back in our creative writing class…because it was not clever, after all, not because it had anything to do with “racism”.

    So I don’t want to hear about Whatsisname’s youthful indiscretions of 35 years ago. Tell them eff you, if you want him out tell the truth about why (to get his next-in-line insane — and racist — replacement into his choice spot). Otherwise, go away, you bother me (if I let you; I just won’t be listening, or tuning in, any longer).

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  18. Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

    Apparently old Joe Lieberman came out to today and said we ought to leave the Virginia governor alone; calling all the noisy claims against Northam “a rush to judgment.” Agreed, the live birth abortion proponent should remain in his job and keep promoting the Democrat Party Line regarding baby killing.

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  19. Muthaucker says:

    Hang in there Coonman!!!!

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  20. Curt says:

    Terry McAuliffe is an even bigger piece of shit than Northam……… if that’s even possible.

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    • betseyross says:

      Yes, it’s possible, because it is the truth. Virginia being taken over by Democrats is not a good thing. Tim Kaine being Obama’s catalyst in the 2008 election started the slippery slide and no one seemed to be able to fight it. The Republicans just gave up and decided to join the fun.

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      • Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

        Kaine, McAuliffe and Northam all moved to Virginia for the job opportunity. They followed the lead of that quintessential carpetbagger New York Senator Hillary Clinton from Illinois via Arkansas.

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  21. Elle says:

    If you stop and think about the fact that the reason they are making him resign is because of blackface and KKK costumes – rather than an uproar about murdering live babies – it is a sobering fact.

    The headlines may make this go away this week, but it will be forever out there to shove in the virtue signalers faces – making them own this and the sexual slavery they have turned a blind eye to. They will hold their ground, they always do, but it will be fun to watch them as they realize their position is not virtuous, just desperation to be on the right side of the laugh track of the late-night comedians, Ellen and the old biddies on the View. Pathetic. Truly pathetic.

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  22. Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

    Waiting for the verdict from more Democrats like the pretend Indian squaw Senator Warren and the pretend Vietnam War veteran Senator Blumenthal and the pretend president Senator Obama.

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  23. I find it strange the Demorats are not ‘circling the wagons’ to protect him. Something’s afoot, perhaps?

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  24. Nessie509 says:

    I hope he doesn’t resign. Already have A copy of his yearbook page In my billfold.
    Next time a Democrat calls me a racist, I’ll whip it out and go:
    “YOU MEAN LIKE THIS RACIST DEMOCRAT?”

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  25. State of Union Address will take him out of the news cycle. Northam will survive.
    I did hear somewhere that there were other pictures of him wearing the same plaid britches that were in the blackface photos .
    Also the two classmates that nicknamed him “coonman” have not be been identiified. Apparently, he made other mistakes as he referred to his racial insensitivity in the plural.

    I agree that the baby killing is far more serious. However, Northam is proving himself to be quite the liar. Let him twist in the wind.

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  26. dawg says:

    Is it possible Justin Fairfax released that picture of Northam?

    Something just doesnt smell right with all this. Northam makes the comments, then almost immediately the photo comes out, and then all these Ds come out calling for him to resign?

    The Ds NEVER do this when one of their own is nailed for racism, sex assault, etc, etc….

    Something aint right.

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  27. dawg says:

    I stand with Gov. Northam! LOL I hope he refuses to resign and meanwhile, the Lt. Gov. has to fight this sex assault charge. “All women must be believed!”

    Let Virginia have a racist Gov and a sexual assaulting LT. Gov., both Dems!

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  28. Craig Hill says:

    No! He should stay! As a steady reminder of who the Democrats really are! KKK, abortionist, Socialist Communist, hate group!

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  29. Blue Ridge Mts Va. says:

    MORE LIES: Democrat Gov. Northam Fabricated His Desert Storm War Experiences in 2017 Campaign

    s is another great find by Jim Hanson.

    #RalphNortham is a racist infanticide supporter
    AND
    a #DesertStorm poseur

    He tried to fool people into thinking he served in that war to play gun control gameshttps://t.co/vA3QsrMmgl

    He was in Germany as a child neurologist pic.twitter.com/vkDktK1KTG

    — Jim Hanson (@Uncle_Jimbo) February 4, 2019

    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2019/02/more-lies-democrat-gov-northam-fabricated-his-desert-storm-war-experiences-in-2017-campaign/

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  30. redline says:

    Ann Althouse on Fairfax kerfuffle, with a couple links –

    https://althouse.blogspot.com/2019/02/but-governor-already-isolated-from.html

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  31. pattyloo says:

    so, this guy makes a comment about killing a newborn baby, but that is less serious than this stupid picture?

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  32. Chazzi44 says:

    COONMAN. This is so wrong on many many levels. But why am I not surprised. Whose job is it to get these candidates. Help me understand the State of Virginia vetting process.

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  33. Chazzi44 says:

    Whose job is it to Vet the candidates?

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