The Virginian Pilot was first to report about a photo that was revealed from Gov. Ralph Northam’s medical school yearbook, showing two men, one in blackface and one in a Ku Klux Klan robe and hood, on the governor’s personal.
The photo, which The Virginian-Pilot obtained a copy of Friday from the Eastern Virginia Medical School library, comes from the 1984 yearbook, the year Northam graduated.
CNN reported about the Northam yearbook story, with a small twist, they identified the Democrat governor as a “Republican” instead of a Democrat on the screen for their viewers.
The Democrat governor attempted to explain away his yearbook photo, as the pressure’s been mounting for him to resign, even from members of the Democrat party.
Now, another piece of evidence has been uncovered that shows a 2013 debate between Ralph Northam and his Black Republican opponent, E.W. Jackson for Lt. Governor of Virginia. At the conclusion of the discussion, E.W. Jackson can be reaching over to shake Northam’s hand. Northam ignores Williams, who even goes as far as to tap the back of his hand on Northam’s leg, almost begging him to shake hands. Northam refused.
Northam can be seen in the video below explaining why he would remember being in the blackface or KKK costume shown on his personal yearbook page because he clearly remembers wearing blackface to another party when he dressed as Michael Jackson.
Yeah…because that’s sooo much better.
Bishop E.W. Jackson posted about his experience on Facebook, saying:
It has been discovered that Ralph Northam, Gov. of VA has pictures in blackface and a KKK outfit. During a campaign for Lt. Gov of VA, he refused to shake my hand after a TV debate. If he had been a conservative and I a black liberal, it would have been national news and he would have been driven from the race. Because he is a leftist like most in the media, it did not even get a mention in the MSM. Stand by for my live comments.
t has been discovered that Ralph Northam, Gov. of VA has pictures in black face and a KKK outfit. During a campaign for…
This man had no business ever running for governor of Virginia.