Last week was a strange week for Virginia’s Governor. First, he is seen on video in a radio studio talking about killing a newborn in the delivery room. Democrat pundits saw little wrong with his remarks since they have sold their souls to Planned Parenthood. Indeed, most of the Left-Wing Media ignored his apparent promotion of infanticide. Normal Americans were horrified.
Several days later, Ralph Northam’s 1984 medical school yearbook splashed across the media. Under his name, in large font, is a photo of two people. One is in full blackface, wearing a straw hat over a curly black wig. This smiling goon is standing next to someone wearing a white Ku Klux Klan outfit. At age 25, this medical school graduate apparently thought demeaning others based on their race was funny.
In this disgusting photo, neither idiot is identifiable. First, Northam admitted that one of these idiots was him, sparking an amusing debate over which was worse. Later, he claimed that neither the person hidden by blackface, nor the person inside the KKK hood, was him.
RACE-BAITING: LIVE BY RACISM, DIE BY RACISM
Ralph Northam won Virginia’s governor race in November 2017 against the GOP candidate, Ed Gillespie, with disgusting, race-baiting ads. Northam’s ads painted Gillespie as a racist trying to mow down minorities with a pickup truck. This, despite the lack of evidence that Gillespie had any racist tendencies.*
Race-baiting has long been a Democrat campaign technique. In the 1860s the Democrat Party in Southern States created the Klan to both terrorize black Americans, and to convince white voters that they were “controlling” the blacks. “Vote for Democrats, we will protect you from blacks” was the race-baiting theme. In fact, whites had little to fear from blacks.
INFANTICIDE? WHAT IS WRONG WITH THAT?
Democrat politicians sponsored two Bills in the Virginia Legislature that would dramatically expand “abortion rights” for women. One of the sponsors, Delegate Cathy Tran (D), testified that an abortion would be legally allowed until the very end of the pregnancy (“the 40th week,” according to Tran) if the Bill passed, including when the mother was in full labor and about to give birth to a full-term, healthy baby.**
The Tran-sponsored Bill died in committee on a partisan vote: Republicans voted against and Democrats voted for it. A similar Bill was also killed in committee by GOP members. Governor Northam, age 59, is a pediatric physician who supports NO restrictions on abortion. In a radio interview early last week he seemed to be promoting infanticide:
“So in this particular example if a mother is in labor, I can tell you exactly what would happen, the infant would be delivered. The infant would be kept comfortable. The infant would be resuscitated if that’s what the mother and the family desired, and then a discussion would ensue between the physicians and the mother.”
DOCTOR PROMOTING INFANTICIDE
On his campaign website, Northam said he is “most proud” of “his career fighting for children – as a pediatric neurologist and volunteer medical director for a pediatric hospice care facility.” How can a doctor, who has taken the oath “first, do no harm” be involved in, much less promote, infanticide?
When doctors, nurses and others in America’s medical system believe in slaughtering, legal or not, the most innocent among us, how can any patient trust them? How can black patients trust health care professional? More black babies are aborted than any other race.
What are Normal Americans to conclude from events in Virginia’s governor’s office? Although constantly screaming that Conservatives have no values, it is Liberals whose only values are power, control and greed.
Diane L. Gruber
*The basis for this racism charge is due to the fact that Gillespie wants to crack down on MS-13 gangs that are terrorizing immigrant communities. Say what? Wanting to reduce victimization of (mostly) immigrants makes Gillespie a racist? No doubt this asinine Liberal illogic effected the vote.
**This legislation would repeal restrictions on third trimester late term abortions, up until the moment of birth. The two pieces of legislation would lift restrictions on third trimester abortions, allow abortionists to self-certify late term abortions, eliminate informed consent requirements, repeal clinic health and safety standards, abolish ultrasound requirements, and establish a “fundamental right” to abortion in the Code of Virginia. The legislative package is backed by Planned Parenthood and NARAL, both of whom have invested heavily in Democratic campaigns. Though the legislative package was defeated, Democratic leaders said it would pass next year if their party could win legislative majorities in Virginia’s House of Delegates and the state Senate.