Author Topic: The Northam Flare out  (Read 300 times)

0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic.

Offline Calypso Jones

  • Hero NewsRaker
  • *****
  • Posts: 4855
  • Liked: 1748
  • Karma: +47/-35
    • View Profile
Re: The Northam Flare out
« Reply #15 on: February 06, 2019, 12:13:09 PM »
I just read he said he wasn't in the photo but that he did darken his face for a dance contest. I can't find any corroboration of the hand-shaking incident.

What bothers me the most about this is not whether he imitated Michael Jackson, but rather that it's not appropriate to judge someone's entire political career by something they might or might not have done 30+ years ago. (Unless they killed someone.) We're seeing way too much of this, and it's not good for anyone.

I don't care if the person is a democrat or a republican -- it's not right.

If the guy did this last week, I'd say -- okay, we may have a problem -- but 35 years ago? Gimme a break.

He's in one of the two outfits PMF2.   The people in charge of putting the book together verify but not which is which.  Facial recognition technology could probably solve that problem.   Surprised no one has done it at this point.  It was mentioned.

Offline Calypso Jones

  • Hero NewsRaker
  • *****
  • Posts: 4855
  • Liked: 1748
  • Karma: +47/-35
    • View Profile
Re: The Northam Flare out
« Reply #16 on: February 06, 2019, 12:18:26 PM »
NOW for my bit of additional INFORMATION AND IT IS FREAKIN' AWESOME!!

Virginia dems are in a state of disarray.  LOLOLOL

Mark Herring has ALSO admitted to wearing blackface.

Now let me say this.   In a sane world.  who would care...these are costumes for parties...and I've seen more than one black comedian dressing up as white people for their acts, parties etc etc etc.

BUT, let's not forget...these are standards set by democrats...and in all fairness....set a standard and there are no exception. THIS is what I mean when I post....The Law of Unintended Consequences.

WHAT??  Do dems think they are exempt from the standards they set??   ah no.   They be none of that.   You made this bed....lie in it.

we all know that is exactly what they think.  One set of standards for them, one for everybody else NOT THEM. 

anyway.  Freakin' awesome week 2 in Virginia.

Offline Calypso Jones

  • Hero NewsRaker
  • *****
  • Posts: 4855
  • Liked: 1748
  • Karma: +47/-35
    • View Profile
Re: The Northam Flare out
« Reply #17 on: February 06, 2019, 02:26:59 PM »
Virginia is leading the nation in celebrating Blackface History Month.

Online PMF2

  • Hero NewsRaker
  • *****
  • Posts: 608
  • Liked: 320
  • Karma: +26/-1
  • NewsRaker
    • View Profile
Re: The Northam Flare out
« Reply #18 on: February 06, 2019, 03:50:45 PM »
I've got the video of  the insult to Jackson.  That was during lt gov race before northam became governor at next go round.  I thought I posted that here.  I'll check.

I just scrolled up and saw the video -- yeah, the guy is an ass.

My only thing is that I don't like going back 3 decades to his high school activities. This video is recent and he deserves to be raked over the coals for it.

Offline Calypso Jones

  • Hero NewsRaker
  • *****
  • Posts: 4855
  • Liked: 1748
  • Karma: +47/-35
    • View Profile
Re: The Northam Flare out
« Reply #19 on: February 06, 2019, 04:40:27 PM »
We wouldn't be going back 3 decades if that wasn't what the democrats wanted.  I'm sure they don't want it now.

It's too late.  you make your bed. you lie in it.   It is stupid but that is the democrat way.
They did it to kavanaugh...even Justin Fairfax had his say about believing the woman with kavanaugh and you see what his thinking is now don't you.  This morning, the leftist pro-abortion sex offender QUOTED SCRIPTURE.    I'll get the exact quote.   Here it is:   
50:15-21 You Intended for Evil What God Intended for Good.   Genesis 50:15-21   At the time he did this this morning and with a photo of him in prayer with two ministers.  I thought, 'you idiot.'   God will  not be mocked. 

that being said.   Virginians are fine and dandy and enjoying every moment of this FUBAR.
« Last Edit: February 06, 2019, 05:31:56 PM by Calypso Jones »

Offline Calypso Jones

  • Hero NewsRaker
  • *****
  • Posts: 4855
  • Liked: 1748
  • Karma: +47/-35
    • View Profile
Re: The Northam Flare out
« Reply #20 on: February 06, 2019, 05:48:06 PM »
Media coverup for Lt Gov Justin Fairfax of the Kavanaugh "BELIEVE THE WOMAN" meme.
This may very well go down in history wit dat famous Marion Barry Quote>>>'BITCH SET ME UP!'

Justin Fairfax on learning his accuser has come forward with her recount of events.
F*** That B****!  Which...I don't know....seems a long way from the Believe the Woman matra Mr. Fairfax sported just a few short months ago during the Kavanaugh hearings?  What you think?

CNN, MSNBC Cover For VA Democrat Calling His Accuser a ‘B****’
 

By Bill D'Agostino | February 6, 2019 3:35 PM EST

As of 3:30 p.m. Eastern on Wednesday, CNN and MSNBC are still stubbornly refusing to inform viewers about the derogatory comments that Virginia Lieutenant Governor Justin Fairfax reportedly made about his accuser. On Wednesday morning, NBC reported via tweet that in a private discussion about a woman accusing Fairfax of sexual assault, the Democratic Lieutenant Governor exclaimed, “F*** that b****.”

But while NBC disclosed the specifics of Fairfax’s comments, MSNBC's coverage has been utterly devoid of any reference to his rant. Since this part of the saga broke on Wednesday, the only attention that Fairfax has received on that network has amounted to two brief summaries of the charges against him, and a separate, vague reference to his “really wrenching” situation by a guest. Neither instance included the comments reported by NBC in any capacity.

NBC correspondent Hans Nichols described the accusation on the 11:00 a.m. hour of MSNBC Live against Fairfax as “allegations of a sexual nature,”  He then paraphrased a statement from Fairfax’s office as “saying that you need to treat all accusers with dignity and respect.”

 




 

Nichols also remarked that Fairfax had “vehemently denied” the allegation against him. Following that report, host Craig Melvin reiterated Fairfax's denial: “We should note that the Lieutenant Governor there has vehemently denied the sexual assault, says it was a consensual relationship.” The segment concluded with more time having been spent on Fairfax’s denial than on the allegation itself.

Fairfax's scandal was not brought up again until the the 2:00 p.m. hour of MSNBC Live, when host Katy Tur hastily mentioned the charges and his subsequent denial.





CNN’s coverage included several allusions to Fairfax’s comments, but no specifics. During a report on Inside Politics, Washington correspondent Ryan Nobles described “an expletive-laden rant, attacking his accusers about this current situation.” He added that Fairfax had since begun “softening his tone right now, with a new statement saying we need to hear from the accusers.”

Nobles gave a nearly identical report during the 3:00 p.m. hour of CNN Newsroom, which included the same cushioned phrasing. CNN Right Now host Brianna Keilar also limited her reporting to an ambiguous mention of “an expletive-laden pitch.”

Inside Politics host John King further diluted the story: “He did lash out, he was quite emotional the other day.” After reading a portion of Fairfax’s statement aloud, King remarked, “That is a much more, calmer place than the Lieutenant Governor was 72 hours ago.”

“Absolutely,” agreed New York Times correspondent Julie Hirschfeld Davis, “and it’s also at odds from what some of the reporting is about how he has responded to this privately.” Nobody on the panel bothered to elaborate on what Davis might be referring to.

CNN’s coverage of the scandals rocking Virginia’s Democratic party coalesced around the dueling blackface stories as the day wore on, pushing Fairfax’s issues to the sideline. During the 2:00 p.m. Eastern hour of CNN Newsroom, host Brooke Baldwin spent only ten seconds on Fairfax in a six-minute segment about the commonwealth’s ongling political circus.

Just to clarify, the quote by Lt. Governor Justin Fairfax that CNN and MSNBC, in their infinte wisdom, have deemed not newsworthy was: “F*** that b****.” That's at least according to NBC News.

Last year reporters had no issue safely conveying that TBS host Samantha Bee had called the President’s daughter a “feckless c***,” (they just called it “the c-word”). Unless the hosts on these two cable networks harbor an inexplicable aversion to discussing “the b-word,” it seems they would simply prefer to keep their viewers in the dark about what exactly Fairfax said.
« Last Edit: February 06, 2019, 05:49:42 PM by Calypso Jones »

Offline Calypso Jones

  • Hero NewsRaker
  • *****
  • Posts: 4855
  • Liked: 1748
  • Karma: +47/-35
    • View Profile
Re: The Northam Flare out
« Reply #21 on: February 08, 2019, 05:08:47 PM »
Second accuser comes forward about rape in college by Justin Fairfax.

Pattern of behavior.

And she’s claiming she has corroborative statements she made to friends at the time.

Via Twitchy:


A second woman has just come forward and is accusing Virginia Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax of raping her in 2000 while the two of them were students at Duke University:

According to a statement from her attorney, there are social media posts and emails from the time that will back up her account:

Online hurricanehook

  • Hero NewsRaker
  • *****
  • Posts: 7088
  • Liked: 1836
  • Karma: +80/-60
    • View Profile
Re: The Northam Flare out
« Reply #22 on: February 08, 2019, 09:17:04 PM »
Everyone should have their day in court.
Innocent until PROVEN guilty.
"The quality of life is more important
than life itself"......Alexis Carrel.