The Lincoln Project was right? Here’s Governor-elect Glenn Youngkin meeting with a Virginia man who once embraced white supremacist imagery:
Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam meets with Governor-elect Glenn Youngkin.
“I so appreciate your willingness to be so helpful as we head towards this next stage in Virginia’s future,” Youngkin tells Northam. https://t.co/6hmFaWVVRU pic.twitter.com/SkAARc5UGg
— ABC News Politics (@ABCPolitics) November 4, 2021
What’s funny is we still don’t know which one was Gov. Northam:
One final debate for this Election Day.
Is Gov. Ralph Northam in blackface or under the Klan hood? pic.twitter.com/nYGB8Dw79s
— Tim Murtaugh (@TimMurtaugh) November 2, 2021
And if you recall, Youngkin’s now-vanquished opponent dismissed Northam’s costume as “just a stupid mistake” despite having called for his resignation when it happened:
McAuliffe has also downplayed Ralph Northam's infamous Blackface Yearbook Photo Scandal, claiming it wasn't him and said even if it was him, that it was just a stupid mistake
— Benny (@bennyjohnson) November 2, 2021
They’re all such hypocrites and Dems deserved to lose:
Two years after calling on Ralph Northam to resign when a photo surfaced of Northam in blackface, Biden calls him his "pal." pic.twitter.com/vHQ0ML3Wra
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) October 27, 2021
Anyway, it’s nice they can be civil to each other — now — despite Virginia Dems trying to falsely smear Youngkin as a racist:
#Democrats my party…lose with dignity, accept the loss and graciously assist in the transition. @RalphNortham is doing it today in #Virginia @BarackObama did it with #Trump This is what a peaceful transfer of power looks like. No screams of #electionfraud or #stopthesteal https://t.co/E7KU4OmKR3
— Leslie Marshall (@LeslieMarshall) November 4, 2021
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