Four top Democrats are in hot water after a racism scandal popped up to destroy them
The mainstream media wants you to believe that Republicans are racist.
But it is Democrats who continue to find themselves caught up in racism scandals.
And now four top Democrats are in hot water after a racism scandal popped up to destroy them.
Earlier this year, the Democrat Party was rocked with scandal when a leaked racist yearbook photo of Democrat Virginia Governor Ralph Northam with a man in black face and one in Ku Klux Klan robes went viral.
Racist Ralph nearly had to resign after the photos came to light, but Democrats have allowed him to continue as governor to this day.
And while many Democrats are distancing themselves from him, four Democrat state legislators just got caught accepting $5,000 from his political action committee.
All four of them called for Northam’s resignation prior to receiving the money.
As reported by The Daily Caller:
Four Virginia Democrats disclosed that they received donations from Gov. Ralph Northam’s political action committee despite having called for his resignation earlier this year, according to campaign finance data from Virginia Public Access Project.
Northam faced calls to resign in January and February after a decades-old yearbook photo of Northam resurfaced and it showed two men, one in blackface and the other in Ku Klux Klan garb. At one point he acknowledged responsibility for the photo before eventually claiming it wasn’t him.
Despite joining those calls for Northam’s resignation, incumbent Democratic state delegates Kelly Fowler, Dawn Adams and Schuyler VanValkenburg all took $5,000 contributions Northam’s The Way Ahead PAC, which was first reported by The Washington Free Beacon.
This shows that Democrats, these four at least, clearly don’t care about the racist actions of Northam.
Immediately following the scandal, they were more than happy to demand his resignation.
But after the smoke settled a bit, they’ve been more than willing to take money from his political action committee.
The money they accepted from Northam may as well be called what it clearly appears to be — “hush money” to prevent them from making future calls for his resignation.