The Democrat Lieutenant Governor of Virginia who stands accused of sexual assault by two women released a new slogan and logo, both of which are tone deaf considering his situation.
“Justin Fairfax’s new logo- you have to see it to believe it,” said Ben Tribbett on Twitter, attaching a photo of the abomination.
Justin Fairfax's new logo- you have to see it to believe it. pic.twitter.com/cVM0Hu5Vo2
— Ben Tribbett (@notlarrysabato) April 23, 2019
“We rise together” is the new official message of the embattled politician, who has refused to answer to the two women who have accused him of sexual assault.
Big League Politics broke the news in February that Vanessa Tyson, a Scripps College professor, had accused Fairfax of forcing her to commit sex acts to which she did not consent. Shortly thereafter, a second accuser, Meredith Horton, came forward and accused Fairfax of raping her during their time at Duke University.
Fairfax has not resigned in the wake of the allegations, and appears to be waiting them out, hoping the news media will forget about them and move on. After all, when Tyson brought her claims to The Washington Post in late 2017, offering Rep. Bobby Scott (D-Va.) as a corroborating witness, the Jeff Bezos owned blog spiked the story of the allegations. Why wouldn’t Fairfax expect friendly coverage from the press?
The governor of Virginia, Ralph Northam, also a Democrat, is embattled in a scandal of his own after Big League Politics exposed him for wearing blackface or a KKK hood during his time in medical school.
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