But they don't run from
These are the rulers and the palace guards, the gatekeepers and peddlers of influence. In another age, another place, they would wear powdered wigs at the Palace of Versailles. But now they live in
And there, just a few days ago, the social justice warriors of the Democratic Party were clear of mind and heart and purpose.
When allegations of racial intolerance or toxic masculinity were focused on a Republican, the Democratic warrior priests knew exactly what to do.
Because the dogma lives loudly within them. Right,
From the partisan punditry of the Kavanaugh hearings to the social media mobs unfairly attacking those
Peel the (metaphoric) skin off the offenders' backs and engage in an orgy of virtue-signaling. It is proud and loud and angry. You even hear it in the voices of news anchors, and you pick it up reading between the lines of news stories.
Then something remarkable happened with
Racism and allegations of sexual assault ran smack into the desire of
You could say it was a mighty struggle between public virtue and the pursuit of raw power --
If you said "public virtue," then go sit in the corner and put on the dunce cap.
But then the unthinkable -- to
Old yearbook photos of Northam surfaced. He was either the one in the
But it all got so confusing because
And then Lt. Gov.
Fairfax denied the claims, although they are detailed and, unlike allegations against Supreme Court Justice
But Fairfax wasn't interested in all that. He said he was being set up by Northam.
"Does anybody think it's any coincidence that on the eve of potentially my being elevated that that's when this smear comes out?" Fairfax told reporters.
Northam was quoted as saying in response, "These accusations are very, very serious. And they need to be taken seriously. ... We need to get to the truth. The truth is important. If these accusations are determined to be true, I don't think he's going to have any other option but to resign."
Ah, the truth.
So, if white
And if the three of these pompous weasels were pushed out? A Republican would take over. And the
So none of the three
To keep the governor politically alive, at least for a time, Northam first had to be cleansed.
This was accomplished in an interview by Oprah friend and
She talked to people, she said. And the people she talked to assured her that Northam wasn't racist.
"No one -- the people that I talked to do not believe he's racist," she concluded. "They think it was a stupid thing but don't think he's racist."
I love it when reporters talk to "people." Sometimes, reporters talk to experts and then write "experts say" this or that. I love it when "experts say" something.
Two key constituencies of the Democratic Party are in symbolic conflict, African-Americans and women.
And all the old virtue-signaling has been put on hold, until the
This is about protecting Democratic control of
And it's becoming embarrassing.
It's not about morality is it? It isn't about protecting women or condemning racism. It's all about one thing and one thing only:
The exercise of power.
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