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Accused Sexual Abuser Virginia Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax Plans to Succeed Gov. Blackface Despite Credible Claims

Fairfax has been accused of sexual assault.

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Fairfax Blames BLP For Sex Assault Allegation

Virginia Lieutenant Governor Justin Fairfax is reportedly planning a run for governor, attempting to succeed the blackfaced Gov. Ralph “Coonman” Northam, despite credible allegations of sexual assault against the man.

Fairfax has repeatedly called his accusers liars and the fake news media has largely given him a pass that they would never give a Republican politician.

“The voters are incredibly smart. They see through this kind of destructive, politically motivated kind of politics. And they are ready to move to higher ground,” he told the AP this week.

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Alleged victims Dr. Vanessa Tyson and Meredith Watson are not likely going to be silent as Fairfax makes his run for governor.

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“Apparently Lt. Governor Fairfax believes that the citizens of the Commonwealth have forgotten about the serious and credible allegations of sexual assault made against him by Dr. Vanessa Tyson and Meredith Watson and about his deplorable treatment of them after they came forward,” said Debra Katz, who is representing Dr. Tyson.

Fairfax is blaming the accusations on systemic oppression and racism, two familiar excuses that Democrat politicians use to escape accountability.

Although the fake news media has downplayed Fairfax’s rape scandal, Big League Politics has reported about it extensively and noted how the Democrats don’t seem to care about alleged sexual assault victims unless they can exploit their abuse to boost their political agenda:

In an interview with Gayle King of “CBS This Morning,” the woman who accused Virginia’s Democrat Lt. Gov Justin Fairfax of sexual assault described the attack in detail.

“It was like I couldn’t — I couldn’t feel my neck, I couldn’t hold my neck up,” said Vanessa Tyson. “He’s using his hand on the back of my neck and I still didn’t know what was going wrong, I thought there was something wrong with my neck and he’s pushing down and pushing down and I couldn’t hold my neck up and I didn’t know what was going on. I honestly didn’t know what was going on. And then, the next thing I know like my head is like literally in his crotch and I’m choking and gagging, and you know, I couldn’t say anything because I’m choking and gagging. And so — it continues and he’s holding my head so I can’t lift — like I’m trying to lift my head but I can’t.”

Big League Politics first reported on Tyson’s allegations of sexual assault on Feb.3, two days after we exposed Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam, also a Democrat, of wearing blackface or a KKK robe in his medical school yearbook. Both men have refused to resign from their posts, despite the outcry from the community.

The Democrats have made a mockery of the #MeToo movement with their belief that sexual assault is okay if a Democrat politician does it.

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Texas Governor Greg Abbott Ends Statewide Mask Mandate: “It’s Time to Open Texas 100%”

Enough is enough.

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Texas Governor Greg Abbott finally announced an end to statewide mask and closing mandates on Tuesday, charting a path away from coronavirus lockdowns.

All businesses within the state of Texas will be able to open “100%” after the Governor’s proclamation. After a full year of coronavirus restrictions, Abbott has determined that it’s time for Texans to make their own decision on following health and safety mandates.

The decision to end lockdown restrictions in Texas follows Florida’s approach, and Texas is easily the biggest state to end restrictions on everyday life in the United States. Texas had a varied experience with the coronavirus, with Governor Abbott at one point reinstating restrictions after a second wave of the disease.

Governor Abbott cited the success of President Trump’s life-saving coronavirus vaccine in bringing an end to COVID-19 restrictions. He indicated that the risk of the virus will remain, but that vaccinating vulnerable populations and allowing businesses was the right course ahead for the Lone Star State. The restrictions end on Wednesday.

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Abbott believes that nearly all Texans ages 60 and older will be vaccinated by the end of the month, with the vaccinated population reaching critical mass by April.

Abbott did state that he would consider reinstating coronavirus restrictions in the state if COVID test positivity rates went above 15% in areas of the state.

With a full year of arbitrary restrictions and questionable advice from supposed medical experts, Abbott’s decision to end restrictions in place for a year may serve as a dam-buster in finally doing away with lockdown policies. With Trump no longer in office, blue states may soon follow, having lost their excuse.


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