Meanwhile, in Virginia: Governor Blackface demonstrates how to put on a black mask

[…] Northam showed off his own mask, which he said was made by the Department of Corrections.

15 Comments on Meanwhile, in Virginia: Governor Blackface demonstrates how to put on a black mask

  1. Hahahahahahahahahahahahaha…..

    Virginia elected someone with obvious downs syndrome.

    Way to participate in our glorious Republic.

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  2. “Virginia elected someone with obvious downs syndrome.”

    That’s the downside of “democracy.” Pelosi, Northam, Schumer – even Hitler – were legally and lawfully elected.

    Sometimes ya gotta take the worse with the bad.

    izlamo delenda est …

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  3. “Virginia elected someone with obvious downs syndrome.”

    Not fair to those with down syndrome since they smile more than leftists do.

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  4. Is there no one in his cabinet with a scintilla of awareness to advise Gov Whitesheet Blackface that a “black” face mask might not be the best color?

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  5. @Tim April 7, 2020 at 6:50 am

    > Sometimes ya gotta take the worse with the bad.

    “Sometimes”? In every (not merely any — but every) group, half are below average.

    “We’ll all agree, before ‘the vote’, that no matter what, what ever half… plus one… of those that show up ‘decide’, we’ll all grovel before.”

    What could possibly go wrong?

    (Especially when those that set those “rules”, are the deciderers?)

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  6. Engelburka Engelburka
    APRIL 7, 2020 AT 7:56 AM
    “Is there no one in his cabinet with a scintilla of awareness to advise Gov Whitesheet Blackface that a “black” face mask might not be the best color?”

    …being Democrat means you can be as racist as you wanna be.

    It obviously hasn’t hurt him.

    And between the Coronalie, all the illegals they are STILL adding, and just plain ol’ cheating, they don’t really NEED the Black vote anymore anyway, although they’ll still get THAT, too, because, Democrat…

    …being a Democrat means never having to say you’re sorry, as all of your sins can be safely and completely projected onto the nearest Republican without fear, as you’ll get LOTS of help from the enemedia in that, and in EVERYTHING, as it’s now time to blame the President for every sniffle throughout the world…

    …he KNOWS it, too. Like Hillary’s sloppy murders, Joe’s outright lies, and so many others, they’re to the point that they’re just smugly rubbing out faces in it, so it’s probably a deliberate choice for just that purpose…

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  7. Anonymous,
    That was the whole point of a “Republic” (or representative democracy) to mitigate the passions and imbecilities of the “demos.”
    As “citizens” (educated in the basics, acquainted with current events, and possessed of a “reasonable” intelligence) the point was to choose those who would (and could) faithfully, and with integrity, implement the collective “will” of those citizens. As education degenerated into indoctrination, the media muddled and lied about what was purported to be “news,” and common sense turned out to be somewhat less than common, the integrity of the system failed.
    Actually, it fails fairly regularly, but is able to correct itself through the hard lessons of reality. However, since about the time of Wilson, the corrective response of the electorate is diminished through fraud and an overweening ineradicable bureaucracy. Thus, as sheep, we look up and are not fed. If we’re lucky we’re sheared – if unlucky we’re mutton.
    The Wuhan Flu Hoax has pointedly illustrated how far we have fallen from self-government and succumbed to the totalitarian influences initiated by Wilson, et al.
    And yes, that is the definition of “average.” But don’t we generally look for a Gaussian distribution of intelligence? We seek “normal” as opposed to “average.” The “average” man does not exist – but the “normal” certainly does.

    Either you trust the system designed by our Founders, or you don’t.
    I can’t conceive a better.

    izlamo delenda est …

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  8. @Tim April 7, 2020 at 9:14 am

    > That was the whole point of a “Republic” (or representative democracy) to mitigate the passions and imbecilities of the “demos.”

    > Either you trust the system designed by our Founders, or you don’t.
    > I can’t conceive a better.

    Am I to interpret that as “No comment” to “Especially when those that set those ‘rules’, are the deciderers?”

  9. No.
    It bears no interpretation – it stands alone.

    We are sovereign. But to BE sovereign, we must enforce that sovereignty.
    The “deciderers” (?) are US, if we choose to decide: but the usurpers of our sovereignty must be extinguished in order for us to re-assert that sovereignty.

    If you have a better conception of government, espouse it – the world awaits.
    I don’t. That was my point.

    izlamo delenda est …

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  10. @Tim April 7, 2020 at 10:32 am

    > If you have a better conception of government, espouse it – the world awaits.

    (sigh)

    Bubba is raping that child.

    The crowd watches.

    They “await”.

    You insist that the moral, the intelligent, the only (lemme straighten my bowtie) reasonable… response, is to bribe the crowd. To agree to allow someone (not you). (To, most likely, hire someone.) To stop Bubba.

    That is not in the form of a question. That is the “response” you propose. Because you see nothing better. As do the rest of the crowd.

    Which has no moral component. It is not evil. It, may, even be, honest.

    But, if you insist, that you have the right, the need, the duty, to impede those, any, that will end Bubba’s rampage, over that child… that you have the right, the need, the duty, to inflame the crowd to impede… then you support Bubba’s rampage. That, too, may be honest. But, that, does have, a profound, morality. A choice.

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  11. Anonymous,
    I didn’t “insist” anything.
    That is a straw-man argument.

    Bubba is raping that child? You seriously imagine this synonymous with self-government? I have never observed Bubba (or anyone else) rape a child (or an adult, for that matter) and may be moved to intervention by the occurrence.

    You allege that protecting this symbolic child is, not just similar, but identical to murdering duly elected (and fraudulently elected) officials because I disagree with them? You may want to re-think that and the ramifications, thereof. If I have, not only that right, but that responsibility – that duty, than so does every other mother’s son – those who support fascism, socialism, nihilism, communist, &c. (Demonrats and Antifa, for instance) as well as those few who support Liberty.

    It is only when the last flame of law is extinguished that we resort to the sword.
    Are we there, yet?
    Keep the sunny side up!

    izlamo delenda est …

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  12. @Tim April 7, 2020 at 12:17 pm

    > You allege that

    I do not “allege”, anything. I directly state that your choice to stand against, is your deliberate choice. If you choose to stand with duly (and fraudulently) “elected” “officials”, that is a choice. If you choose to stand aside… whether because you have made no choice… or are simply of the “deeply moral” persuasion that “cheering the winner” is always right… that is your choice.

    > Are we there, yet?

    No. As,

    > It is only when the last flame of law is extinguished that we resort to the sword.

    That, too, is your choice. A courageous one. An honorable one. Your shiny couch thanks you.

  13. Argue all you want. Doesn’t change the fact Virginia elected the grand marshal for the special olympics parade.

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