Before his racist college yearbook photos emerged, Democratic Virginia Governor Ralph Northam rocketed into national news this week for his endorsement of post-birth murder as a form of abortion.
While national media continues to eviscerate Northam after discovering Big League Politics’ coverage of Northam’s racist college yearbook photo, which showed Northam in a photo with one student wearing blackface posing next to another wearing Ku Klux Klan robes, it is important to remember that Northam first made headlines this week for his radical endorsement of infanticide as a form of abortion.
Last Wednesday, Northam appeared on a Virginia radio station to give a shocking endorsement of a now-defeated Virginia bill that would have allowed mothers to “abort” their infant even as it was being delivered. According to Northam, in such a scenario a viable infant could be delivered, then “kept comfortable” while the new mother and her “provider” determine whether or not to murder the baby.
Big League Politics archived the shocking video.
The next day, Northam held a press conference in which he made clear that he has zero regrets regarding his statement, its wording, or its apparent callous nature. Instead, Northam accused Republicans of “mischaracterizing” his statements, and condemned what he considered personal attacks against him. (RAW VIDEO: Pro-Infanticide Governor Has No Regrets After Post-Delivery Murder Endorsement)
Big League Politics also revealed that Northam received nearly $2 million from Planned Parenthood in the weeks before his election.
Only after his horrifying statements became national news did Big League Politics begin to dig into his background and discover the appallingly racist photo in his yearbook.
While the media is now focused on the racist photograph, it is worth remembering that Northam only made the news this week at all because he offered a blanket endorsement of murdering infants.
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