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Lt Gov Justin Fairfax (D-VA) Accused of "Sex Assault"... and Other Mess

Monday, February 11, 2019

( LtGov.Virginia.gov ) Justin Fairfax with his wife and two children

(LtGov.Virginia.gov) Justin Fairfax with his wife and two children


  1. Check out Church with Jesse Lee Peterson, rebuildingtheman.com/church Sunday, Feb 10th: Sex, Marriage, and Mothers. Jesse reiterated how young people should move out at 18, how free stuff kills the nature of people. Mothers set their children up to identify with the mother, as if she’s the victim, to believe they’re angry at their fathers. But women know weak beta males when they marry them. Jesse answered whether it’s good to call people betas — with no anger. He also reiterated that children do not accept stepparents, that you should not have sex before marriage. Some people disagreed with him, which was great. He had someone come up and read from, I believe, Ephesians 4, saying to let go of anger and forgive. (Subscribe to BOND: Rebuilding the Man on YouTube, like our BOND: Rebuilding the Man page on Facebook, and follow Jesse Lee Peterson on Periscope and Stream.me)

  2. Trump tweeted: Well, it happened again. Amy Klobuchar announced that she is running for President, talking proudly of fighting global warming while standing in a virtual blizzard of snow, ice and freezing temperatures. Bad timing. By the end of her speech she looked like a Snowman(woman)! … (end of tweet) Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-MN), 58, elected in 2006, married to John Bessler (different last name! Age 51! If she won, he’d be First Gentleman?) in 1993, one child, a daughter. She’s pro-abortion, pro-LGBTQ madness, and endorsed The Fallen Messiah, Barack Obama. Her parents divorced when she was 15, and Wikipedia blames her then-“alcoholic” father. (NY Mag & Vanity Fair) She is rumored to have a temper with her staffers, throwing binders and making young women cry (not unlike fellow woman and Democrat Sheila Jackson-Lee, (Houston Chronicle) ranked multiple years in anonymous surveys as the meanest member of Congress. (Politico) Sen. Klobuchar and Rep. Jackson-Lee each had the highest staff turnover rates for Senate and the House, respectively.

  3. (Twitter) There was a big controversy last week because Alabama executed a “Muslim” death row inmate (a black “Muslim” man) who petitioned to have an imam by his side. (Bloomberg) Supreme Court Thursday Let Alabama Execute a Muslim Without an Imam in the Death Chamber. The day before a federal appeals court had blocked the execution, claiming the state violated Domineque Ray’s religious rights. Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Stephen Breyer, Sonia Sotomayor and Elena Kagan wanted the execution halted, but they lost. The only cleric Alabama allows in the chamber is the prison’s Christian chaplain, a government employee trained as a member of the execution team. Alabama said Ray’s imam can witness the execution but must do so from an adjacent room for safety and security reasons. Ray was convicted of raping, robbing and murdering 15-year-old Tiffany Harville in 1995 in a cotton field outside Selma. He’d previously murdered two teenage brothers when he was 17. He turned Muslim about 2006. (The Root & ProPublica) He didn’t get past 8th grade & had an IQ of 80. He moved from house to house from the age of 3, being beaten, his stepmother or mother encouraging him to have sex with her friends when he was a teen.


  1. (Fox News) Dem Gov. Ralph Northam vows to stay in office to help Virginia 'heal,' but says his Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax, and AG Mark Herring may need to resign. Northam told black CBS host Gayle King, “I’m a leader…” and “Virginia needs someone that can heal,” and he’s been a doctor in the past, “taking care of sick children” (Producer note: more recently, he advocated for killing them in the womb...or fresh out the womb…?). He also told Gayle King (who’s Oprah’s friend, I think), that he’s “strong... has empathy... has courage, and...has a moral compass.” (Producer note: Yeah, a pro-abortion compass.) He talked about how “the first indentured servants from Africa landed on our shores,” and black female interviewer Gayle King interrupted him “also known as slavery.” CNN made sure to note that Northam referred to slaves as 'indentured servants.' Wash. Post referred his 1984 med school yearbook photo showing a blackface & KKK costumes as “racist,” and said Northam vowed to focus the rest of his term on racial equality and “racial reconciliation.”


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  2. (Fox News) Va. Lt. Gov. Fairfax was hit with a second allegation of sexual assault last Friday, which he called “demonstrably false.” (NY Times) A Democrat lawmaker moved to impeach him, even though (CNN) Fairfax said both instances were consensual. Virginia Dem. Del. Patrick Hope said he’d file a resolution first thing this morning (Monday), saying "the House of Delegates believes all allegations of sexual assault must be taken with the utmost seriousness," and describing the allegations made by the two women as "credible in nature." Lt. Gov. Fairfax hopes the FBI will be willing to investigate. Fairfax is 39, married in 2006, has 2 children. His first accuser Dr. Vanessa Tyson, a mixed race black political science professor in CA, said that he forced her into some sex act at the 2004 Democratic National Convention. She’s spent years working as a an advocate for sexual violence and prevention. She never pressed charges since the incident almost 15 years ago. His second accuser Meredith Watson, another black woman, alleged on Friday that Fairfax had raped her in a "premeditated and aggressive" incident when they both were at Duke University in 2000. (CNN) Former Gov. Terry McAuliffe called her allegations “serious and credible,” Rep. Jennifer Wexton said, "I believe Dr. Vanessa Tyson. I believe Meredith Watson. And I believe Lieutenant Governor Justin Fairfax must resign."

  3. (CNN) Michelle Obama made a surprise appearance at the Grammys, and everybody there loved it. Alicia Keys hosted the event. Lady Gaga, Jennifer Lopez, Jada Pinkett Smith, and Michelle Obama joined Keys on stage for an ode to music and sisterhood. “Big Mama” Michelle said music "fueled" her through the last decade. "Music helps us share ourselves -- our dignity and sorrows, our hopes and joys. It allows us to hear one another, to invite each other in. Music shows us that all of it matters -- every story within every voice, every note within every song."

  4. (NY Post) Bronx lawmaker says the City Council is ‘controlled by the homosexual community.’ Rubén Díaz Sr. said it in an interview with a spanish-language TV program geared toward cab drivers, NY1 reported. City Council Speaker Corey Johnson, who is gay, called on Diaz to apologize, saying, “Council Member Díaz Sr.’s homophobic comments are offensive to both the Speaker and the body, and have no place in New York City. He should apologize to all of his colleagues, and the entire LGBTQ community.” Díaz Sr. is a Pentecostal minister, has vocally opposed same-sex marriage and has been criticized for past “homophobic” statements, says the liberal NY Post.

  5. Rebuildingtheman.com/church also podcast Jesse.


  1. You can also podcast Church with Jesse Lee Peterson from BOND: Rebuilding the Man. rebuildingtheman.com/church for Church podcasts, and jlptalk.com for Jesse’s radio show podcast. Silent Prayer.

  2. (Producer note: This is a stupid story… NY Post) Mississippi Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves took part in Confederate frat parties with his fraternity. WHO CARES!


  1. Happy bday or anniversary to BOND.

  2. (Producer note: This is a stupid story… NY Post) Mississippi Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves took part in Confederate frat parties. His fraternity Kappa Alpha held Old South parties, where members often wore Confederate costumes, a common practice among chapters in the South at the time in the 1990s. Some frat boys were disciplined for wearing afro wigs and Confederate battle flags and shouting racial slurs at black students in October 1994. Tate Reeves is 44, running for Gov. this year. His spokeswoman said a Civil War veteran founded the fraternity in the 1800s. Reeves spoke in 2013 at a Sons of Confederate Veterans meeting in Mississippi, and his Facebook account posted a photo of him behind a row of different designs of Confederate flags, saying, “Remembering our history and the lessons learned should be passed to future generations.”

  3. (NY Post) Jussie Smollett’s neighbors cast doubt on his attack story. Nearly two weeks after “Empire” star Jussie Smollett claimed he was the victim of a “racist, homophobic” attack, cops have yet to identify any suspects. Agin Muhammad lives in the same fancy highrise, and said, “I don’t believe it happened the way he said it did. ... I don’t believe it, not around here . . . Half the people are gay and the other half are black.” Another man at a pub a block away from the scene of the alleged crime said Jussie’s story “doesn’t really make sense. It’s a lie, because Chicago is the most liberal city around. They have cameras everywhere. . . Why can’t they find the attack?” Jussie said he was on the phone with his music manager, Brandon Moore, when he was allegedly attacked. Moore said he heard the assailants shout a “racial slur” and the words “MAGA country,” over the phone. Jussie says they called him a “Empire F—got N-word.”

  4. (NY Post) ICE agents in North Carolina arrest hundreds of illegal immigrants last week, after some local law agencies stopped cooperating with immigration enforcement. Immigration and Customs Enforcement regional director Sean Gallagher said the arrests were resulted from what he termed “the dangerous policies of not cooperating with ICE,” giving ICE “no choice” but to conduct targeted enforcement operations, detaining 200 people last week, plus 25 at an arms manufacturer in Sanford. More such arrests are likely when ICE is restricted from accessing county jails. The new Sheriff for Mecklenburg County, Garry McFadden, won’t cooperate with federal immigration enforcement, nor will the new Wake County sheriff, nor the Durham County sheriff.


  1. (NY Post) Border Patrol catches 300-plus illegal immigrants in Arizona, nearly half children. 325 people — including 32 unaccompanied minors, and another 150 kids with “families” — illegally crossed a vehicular barrier into Arizona on Saturday. They were found after they lit a campfire to cope with the freezing temperatures. A 5-year-old was treated for chicken pox and a 12-year-old for a skin infection.

  2. Trump tweeted: The Democrats do not want us to detain, or send back, criminal aliens! This is a brand new demand. Crazy! … Trump also tweeted: Will be heading to El Paso very soon. Big speech on Border Security and much else tonight. Tremendous crowd! See you later!

  3. (Drudge) SHOW OF FORCE: 100 police vehicles line 1-mile stretch of border… The Trump administration send hundreds of law enforcement personnel to the town just over the river from the Mexican city where 1,800 caravan migrants arrived. Maverick County Sheriff Tom Schmerber told the Washington Examiner that “it’s like showing force,” to “give a message to the immigrants that want to come illegally through Texas that Texas is always prepared and have a lot of manpower at the border — that they would go to another state.” Dozens of pickup trucks, SUVs, and cars belonging to Customs and Border Protection, Border Patrol, and state troopers within the Texas Department of Public Safety were lined up on the edge of the Eagle Pass Golf Course. 500 Department of Public Safety personnel went to Eagle Pass. An additional 250 active-duty National Guard, and Texas State Guard, are expected in the coming days. Last Monday, a group of nearly 2,000 illegals arrived on buses in Piedras Negras, Coahuila. The group has overwhelmingly remained in Mexico in the face of a surge of U.S. forces to the border