Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Campaign Sign For Virginia's Black Tea Party Lt. Gov. Candidate Painted White

Liberal hatemonger Alan Grayson claims the Tea Party (meaning American citizens opposed to the far-Left Democrat agenda) is the modern day Ku Klux Klan.

The race card has repeatedly been thrown at the Tea Party since it's 2009 inception.

But in Virginia, a black candidate for Lt. Governor, E. W. Jackson, found one of his signs had been painted white.

Jackson is not a Democrat.  He is a Republican.  A Tea Party Republican to be specific (Life News, via Gateway Pundit).
While much of the political world is focusing on the battle between pro-life gubernatorial candidates Ken Cuccinelli and Terry McAuliffe in Virginia, pro-life Lt. Gov. candidate, Bishop E.W. Jackson, is seeking to become the state’s next Lt. Governor.
As a pro-life, conservative African-American, Jackson has been pegged with the typical “Uncle Tom” attacks throughout the campaign from liberals who claim he is selling out his ethnicity by taking principled conservative stances and opposing abortion. That criticism went a step further over the weekend.
This weekend, Jackson found that one of his campaign signs in Virginia’s Loudoun County had vandals smear the sign with white paint.

Maybe to counter the liberal race card throwers, we need to once again remind the Democrats of their racist legacy.

This image below is from The Blacksphere and throws it back at Alan Grayson and the Democrat race-baiters.

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