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“What is the difference between Governor Northam’s blackface and AG Herring’s?" RPV Chairman Jack Wilson asks.
The law firm that employs Virginia Lieutenant Governor Justin Fairfax (D) has placed him on leave as they retain outside counsel to investigate sexual assault and rape allegations made against him.
Democratic lawmakers, both state and federal, remain committed to supporting infanticide.
Northam vows to serve out his term as pending impeachment proceedings loom over Fairfax. Many Democrats are livid at the outcome, feeling that Fairfax's scandal distracted from Northam's, amid accusations by Fairfax that opposition supporters leaked the existence of the first assault allegation against him.
In 2000, the year of the alleged rape, Justin Fairfax defended Duke University's fraternities against charges of excessive binge drinking, one year after Alpha Phi Alpha, of which he served as chapter president, faced dissolution by a university committee for reports of policy violations.
State Sen. Jennifer McClellan has been floated to replace Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax, who faces Democratic calls for impeachment and resignation over allegations of rape and sexual assault. McClellan, of Richmond, sponsored the Senate companion to Kathy Tran's Repeal Act.
While attending Duke University in 2000, Justin Fairfax reportedly raped a woman in a "premeditated and aggressive" fashion.
Even though every member of his own party has called for his resignation, Governor Ralph Northam still remains in office.
Republicans defeated Governor Northam's tax hike and instead will deliver on a promise of $1 billion in tax relief for 4 million Virginians, following Northam's morning announcement that he would abandon his proposal. It appears the recent controversy has taken its toll on Democrats, leaving the governor without the political capital to push an unpopular tax hike in a critical election year.
Virginians, on average, pay $75 per month for 60 MBps Internet access.