Tucker Carlson covered Big League Politics’ blackface bombshell in tonight’s episode of Tucker Carlson Tonight, condemning Virginia Governor Ralph Northam for appearing in a racist college yearbook photo while also accusing his political opponents of racism.
Northam’s racist yearbook photo showed a man in blackface posing next to another in Ku Klux Klan robes.
Carlson credited Big League Politics for breaking the story this morning, after our team uncovered the yearbook revealing Northam either posing in blackface or wearing a set of Ku Klux Klan robes. After Big League was accused of fabricating the story by fake news journalists, Northam eventually released a statement confirming Big League Politics’ coverage.
It is still unclear whether Northam was the student in blackface or the student wearing the Klansman garb.
Beginning by discussing how the mainstream media attempted to ignore Northam’s radical endorsement of infanticide earlier this week, Carlson noted that the media’s narrative quickly changed after Big League Politics’ discovery.
“All of that changed, you heard, on today, the first day of Black History Month,” Carlson explained, “The site called Big League Politics uncovered the photo Trace just told us about.”
“What’s so interesting about it is that Ralph Northam spent a lot of his last campaign calling his opponent racist again, and again, and again,” he continued, “The closing of that campaign was an unending flurry of ads putting his Republican opponent up against pictures of what happened at Charlottesville, the atrocities at Charlottesville.”
“There was no evidence that his opponent was a racist, yet Northam said it a lot,” said Carlson, “And yet, strikingly, Northam’s opponents never took photos of themselves in blackface or in Klan robes. ”
Northam is now facing a flurry of condemnations for his racist yearbook photos, with the NAACP, Kamala Harris, and Julian Castro all calling for his immediate resignation, even as more shocking allegations continue to surface. Among them, a shocking video showing Northam appear to refuse to shake the hand of his African American opponent.
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