Here we go, let’s see what Governor Baby-killer has to say about his more recent controversy, the racist KKK-blackface photo that someone else put on his yearbook somehow and he didn’t notice until decades later wow!!!
Here’s a live shot of his press conference, which should start very soon:
This should be amaazing!!!
HOLY CRAP HE ADMITTED HE DRESSED UP LIKE MICHAEL JACKSON IN BLACKFACE.
Here’s the video:
During news conference denying he is in racist yearbook photo, Gov. Northam says he darkened his face to resemble Michael Jackson in 1984 for a dance contest in San Antonio https://t.co/1GxQTHAEe9 pic.twitter.com/3OrjQwAGAH— CNN Newsroom (@CNNnewsroom) February 2, 2019
BUT HE SAYS HE NEVER SAW THAT YEARBOOK AND THAT IT ISN’T HIM IN THE YEARBOOK.
Here’s the video:
Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam on racist yearbook photo: "Last night I finally had a chance to sit down and look at the photograph in detail. It is definitely not me. I can tell by looking at it" https://t.co/i0gLG8p9xa pic.twitter.com/qZGXZyx9He— CBS News (@CBSNews) February 2, 2019
A REPORTER ASKED HIM IF HE COULD STILL MOONWALK, AND HE LOOKED AROUND FOR SPACE TO DO IT!!
My god he was going to demonstrate the moonwalk for reporters and his wife stopped him saying it would be inappropriate under these circumstances!— Jimmy (@JimmyPrinceton) February 2, 2019
Here’s our complete Governor Infanticide KKK/Blackface photo controversy!!
Given how his week is going, there has to be some chance that Northam was the guy who attacked Smollett.— Charles C. W. Cooke (@charlescwcooke) February 2, 2019
I am pretty sure Northam is going to come out at this press conference and say the two individuals in the photo are Brett Kavanaugh and Mark Judge.— Dennis Miller (@DennisDMZ) February 2, 2019
Northam claims he did wear blackface to be in a Michael Jackson costume.. which he claims caused his confusion that the picture in the yearbook was him.— Josh Jordan (@NumbersMuncher) February 2, 2019
This is like watching a trainwreck in slow motion.
BREAKING: Governor Northam now says it was him in the picture, “I am and have been a proud African American.”— Aelfred The Great (@aelfred_D) February 2, 2019