Breaking News from 1950 White Dem Candidate Refuses to shake Black Republican’s Opponents’ Hand

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Breaking News from 1950 White Dem Candidate Refuses to shake Black Republican's Opponents' Hand

Remem­ber how dur­ing the last elec­tion the left say­ing there were peo­ple try­ing to bring back the days of Jim Crow? Appar­ently they were right:

After a lively debate, at 6:30 in the video, Jack­son — the Repub­li­can can­di­date for lieu­tenant gov­er­nor — attempts to shake hands with Northam, who will not shake it and doesn’t even look Jack­son in the eye.

At first, a viewer might give Northam the ben­e­fit of the doubt that some­how he doesn’t see the extended hand. But Jack­son dis­pels that doubt by tak­ing his out­stretched hand to tap Northam on the arm and then re-​extends his hand almost into Northam’s lap. Northam still refuses to take it.

I’ll leave the: They told me if I voted for Mitt Rom­ney… line for Glenn and just end with this:

If Vir­ginia Lt. Gov can­di­date Ralph Northam was a Repub­li­can and Vir­ginia Lt. Gov can­di­date E.W. Jack­son was a Demo­c­rat there would be no other story on any of the Cable news net­works at the top of the hour, reporters would be dog­ging the top of the GOP ticket to denounce Mr. Northam and civil rights lead­ers around the nation would be demand­ing he drop out of the race.

But because Mr. Northam is a Demo­c­rat and the Rev­erend E. W. Jack­son is a Repub­li­can this will remain a non-​story until there is no change of it effect­ing Terry McAu­li­ffe chances to win.

Unbi­ased media my …

Remember how during the last election the left saying there were people trying to bring back the days of Jim Crow? Apparently they were right:

After a lively debate, at 6:30 in the video, Jackson—the Republican candidate for lieutenant governor—attempts to shake hands with Northam, who will not shake it and doesn’t even look Jackson in the eye.

At first, a viewer might give Northam the benefit of the doubt that somehow he doesn’t see the extended hand. But Jackson dispels that doubt by taking his outstretched hand to tap Northam on the arm and then re-extends his hand almost into Northam’s lap. Northam still refuses to take it.

I’ll leave the: They told me if I voted for Mitt Romney… line for Glenn and just end with this:

If Virginia Lt. Gov candidate Ralph Northam was a Republican and Virginia Lt. Gov candidate E.W. Jackson was a Democrat there would be no other story on any of the Cable news networks at the top of the hour, reporters would be dogging the top of the GOP ticket to denounce Mr. Northam and civil rights leaders around the nation would be demanding he drop out of the race.

But because Mr. Northam is a Democrat and the Reverend E. W. Jackson is a Republican this will remain a non-story until there is no change of it effecting Terry McAuliffe chances to win.

Unbiased media my …