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Fairfax Staffers Resign After Second Sexual Assault Allegation

Some of Fairfax’s staffers want out.

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According to a Monday evening report, several employees close to embattled Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax have resigned after a second woman, Meredith Watson, accused him of rape.

“Two of the three government staffers to Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax and two employees of his political action committee resigned following news Friday of a second sexual assault allegation against him,” according to The Richmond Times-Dispatch. 

Dave Mills, executive director of the PAC called We Rise Together, resigned along with fundraiser Courtney McCargo. According to the report, Mills is married to a Democratic Party State Senator, Jennifer McClellan of the Richmond district.

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Fairfax’s policy director Adele McClure, along with his scheduling director Julia Billingsley both resigned, leaving Fairfax with only one government staffer.

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“Lauren Burke, Fairfax’s communications director, remains employed by his PAC and Larry Roberts, his chief of staff, remains on as a state employee,” the report said.

Fairfax was placed on leave from his full-time job as an attorney at Morrison & Foerster.

Still, the Lt. Gov. refuses to resign from his post, despite the fact that numerous high-ranking Democratic officials, including Sens. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-N.Y.) and Kamala Harris (D-Calif.), both presidential candidates, have called for his resignation.


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Wisconsin Democrat Gov. Tony Evers Urges People in His State to Vote in Person on Election Day

Democrats are increasingly souring on mail-in voting.

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Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers (D) is urging people across his state not to mail-in their ballots and instead to consider physically going into the polls on election day to vote.

“We need everyone to make their vote count,” Evers said at a press conference on Friday.

Evers is urging voters not to mail in their ballots during this crucial stage of the process. He notes that voters can hand in their absentee ballots at their county clerk’s office or an early voting center as well.

“Make sure you can vote safely,” he stated.

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Today is the final day for Wisconsin residents to register to vote with their local municipal clerk, according to the Journal Sentinel of Milwaukee.

Gov. Evers is urging people to avoid mail-in voting while there is an alleged spike in COVID-19 cases. The official numbers in the state showed an additional 4,870 new cases of the virus and 193 hospitalizations on Thursday. Some observers are worried these numbers may disenfranchise voters from showing up at the polls on election day next week.

Big League Politics has reported on how Democrat leaders, including former Obama attorney general Eric Holder, are recognizing the dangers of mail-in voting during this crucial stretch before the election:

Twitter has censored Obama-era attorney general Eric Holder for warning liberal Democrats against mail-in voting at this stage of the electoral race.

“It’s too late to use the mails,” Holder wrote in his shuttered tweet. “Given Supreme Court rulings I urge everyone to now vote in person; early vote or use drop boxes.”

Holder is referring to recent rulings in places like Wisconsin and Michigan, two battleground states where the Democrats were pushing for votes to be counted even if they were submitted by mail following election day. These rulings have made it significantly more difficult for Democrats to commit widespread voter fraud in those states.

“Protect your health but don’t let the Court and the deliberately crippled Postal Service deprive you of your most precious civil right. Plan your vote,” Holder added.

In response to Holder’s plea to Democrats, Twitter limited the distribution of his tweet and provided the following warning: “Some or all of the content shared in this Tweet is disputed and might be misleading about how to participate in an election or another civic process.” …

If President Trump loses next week’s election, the Orwellian Nightmare becomes the new normal, and Democrat traitors will be responsible for ushering in this permanent dystopia.

Democrats are growing more nervous that their scheme to exploit mail-in voting to oust President Trump may not be working as well as they intended.

They now hope that their supporters show up en masse on election day after months of pumping them full of hysteria about the pandemic.

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