February 9, 2019
Look at this picture. Is that not a beautiful building? Then look at the buildings in the background, to the left. These square concrete monstrosities. The fact that we tolerated those explains why we were willing to tolerate the black man in the foreground working at the beautiful building. Western society has given up on the metaphysical pursuit of beauty.
You really are witnessing the entry into the terminal stage of liberal autoimmune disorder in Virginia. The body is attacking itself, as we all knew it would.
You cannot have black people and feminists who think that any sexual encounter that the woman regrets is rape alongside one another, on the same team, both with equal power and representation. Because black people are always going to engage in ultra-aggressive sexual behavior, it is a fundamental part of their culture.
Virginia Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax was hit with a new allegation of sexual assault on Friday afternoon, just days after the embattled Democrat was accused of assaulting a separate woman in 2004.
Fairfax denied the newest allegation, labeling it “demonstrably false” but the claim swiftly inspired calls for Fairfax to resign. Multiple 2020 presidential hopefuls, including Sens. Kirsten Gillibrand, D-N.Y., Corey Booker, D-N.J. and Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., demanded he step down. Past and present Virginia politicos also called for his resignation.
And, on Friday night, a Duke University spokesperson said he’d been asked to step down from the institution’s Sandford School of Public Policy Board of visitors.
The calls for him to step down followed the release of details of the new allegation.
Meridith Watson was “raped” by Justin Fairfax in 2000 “while they were both students at Duke University,” Smith Mullin P.C., legal counsel representing Watson, alleged in a Friday news release.
“Mr. Fairfax’s attack was premeditated and aggressive,” the release went on to claim. “The two were friends but never dated or had any romantic relationship.
“Ms. Watson shared her account of the rape with friends in a series of emails and Facebook messages that are now in our possession. Additionally, we have statements from former classmates corroborating that Ms. Watson immediately told friends that Mr. Fairfax had raped her.”
Fairfax quickly denied the claim.
“I deny this latest unsubstantiated allegation. It is demonstrably false. I have never forced myself on anyone ever,” Fairfax said in a statement.
lol black people and words don’t mix either.
It’s “demonstrably false” – how can anyone ever demonstrate that a rape didn’t happen? That is the entire problem with the concept of “consent”: a claim of a lack of consent is non-falsifiable.
“I demand a full investigation into these unsubstantiated and false allegations,” Fairfax insisted. “Such an investigation will confirm my account because I am telling the truth.”
He also pledged not to resign.
But the newest claim, combined with the allegation made earlier this week, only expedited calls for Fairfax to step down.
“The allegations against Justin Fairfax are serious and credible,” former Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe tweeted Friday. “It is clear to me that he can no longer effectively serve the people of Virginia as Lieutenant Governor. I call for his immediate resignation.”
So basically… I don’t know how this guy can stay afloat. Two sexual assault allegations is pushing it to the limit, even for blacks. Especially when these are claims from women with real names who are out there presenting various forms of “evidence” in the form of proof that they told people about the “attack” at the time it took place.
I can’t find a picture of Meredith, but I imagine she is black as well. And probably the rest of the incoming rape accusers will be black as well.
Despite right-wing caricatures of black men, a lot of them legitimately don’t want anything to do with white women, because that type of situation makes them uncomfortable. If I see a black man with a black wife and one black rape hoaxer, I’m going to assume that all further rape hoaxers will be black as well.
The fact that it is black women makes it a lot easier for white people like Kirsten Gillibrand to go on a Crusade against him.
It’s not as perfect as a Crusade in the name of an Asian Jew accusing a German exchange student of unwanted anal insertion, but it will do.
If it’s a situation with white women accusing a black man of rape, that gets into uncomfortable territory due to a bunch of fake victimization history involving such situations. As we know, the majority of lynchings were due to rape allegations against the colored “victims,” and the fake history claims that roving gangs of white men were just running around grabbing random black people and accusing them of rape.
I don’t think Fairfax can get out of this, even if there aren’t any more accusations, and there almost certainly will be more accusations.
But the situation with the other two – the governor and the AG doing blackface – this is as of yet uncharted territory. No one has ever been lynched for doing blackface decades ago. The only high-profile firing related to blackface that I’m aware of is Megyn Kelly being fired for saying something like “what’s wrong with blackface?” That was a situation though where she was saying it in current year, plus the network was looking for an excuse to get rid of her.
What I will say is that if Fairfax resigns and the two white guys don’t, that will be an even more difficult position for them. They’re all experiencing calls to resign, so if the only one that does is the black guy, that will be its own racist scandal.
As of today, I would say that the most likely outcome is that all three resign and Virginia gets a Republican governor because the Democrats ate themselves alive.