Tuesday, February 5, 2019

Northam's Former College Roommate Reveals Governor's Halloween Costume, But Misses One Thing

By Town Hall, Feb. 04, 2019

Well, there’s one person offering cover for embattled Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam. The Democratic governor has been stacking sandbags all weekend, resisting calls to resign after a racist photo on his yearbook page was revealed. It shows two men in racist attire. One is wearing blackface while the other is in a full-blown Ku Klux Klan outfit. To make matters worse, Northam admitted to being in the photo on Friday night in an official statement, which did not specify which character he was in the picture. 

Yet, his old college roommate has come forward to say that Northam went as a lawyer to this Halloween party, where this controversial photo was supposedly taken. Northam went as a lawyer and he’s pretty sure that isn’t him in the photo either. NBC 12 Richmond has the story [emphasis mine]:
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