The past month has seen a huge row over the photo of Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam wearing blackface makeup and posing with someone in KKK garb, in a photo that appeared in his medical school yearbook over 30 years ago.
Even though Northam is a Democrat, many Democrats have been demanding he resign because of the photo taken so long ago.
Northam claims he is not racist and has never been racist.
While none of us are responsible for what our ancestors did, it is being revealed that Northam’s family had owned at least 84 slaves.
Additionally, remember Northam’s support for murdering a baby born alive – it turns out that his campaign for governor was financed by Planned Parenthood to the tune of $1.99 million.
The National Sentinel – Revealed: Ralph Northam’s family owned at least 84 slaves; plus, he’s gotten millions from Planned Parenthood, founded by racist ‘Eugenics’ believer Margaret Sanger – While the Left-wing establishment media no doubt wants everyone to forget about the most controversial Democratic governor in the country, Ralph Northam of Virginia, the so-called “alternative media” continues to dig into his past and his present to reveal new and startling facts about who he really is…
As if these incidents weren’t telling in and of themselves and bad enough for the Northam’s, Spectator USA reported more revealing news on Thursday — Ralph Northam’s family owned at least 84 slaves, a fact he said he only learned about in 2017…
True to her word, Planned Parenthood poured $1.99 million into Northam’s campaign, according to The Virginia Public Access Project, after praising the children’s doctor for taking “bold actions” to support abortion…
You have to remember that Planned Parenthood was founded by a black-hating racist.
The century-old baby murdering organization is still a highly racist organization.
Consider the fact that many of the Planned Parenthood abortion clinics are located in predominately black communities.
Additionally, the majority of babies that are murdered by Planned Parenthood are black.
Now consider the support Planned Parenthood has given to Northam.
Perhaps Northam should resign.
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