Justin Fairfax rejects the assault allegations made on him

Justin Fairfax rejects the assault allegations made on him

Lt Governor of Virginia has denied the assault allegations that are made on him as his superior Mr. Northam is also involved in a racist photo and his resignation is demanded.

Fairfax has said that these steps are taken to derail his career.

Mr. Northam denies any involvement in racism activities regarding the Ku Klux Klan.

Both these personals belong to the same Democratic party.

Mr. Fairfax has released a statement defending Northman and denying his involvement in these serious allegations.

Mr. Fairfax could be part of history if Mr. Northam resigns to become of the few African Americans to become US governor.

The conservative outlet that published these reports have not talked to the women that have accused the Governor.

Mr. Fairfax defends himself by saying that the sexual relations were consensual and he didn’t not force anyone.

Mr. Northam is also giving mixed responses from the picture allegations.

Joe Biden, the former V.P. has urged that he should resign as he has lost the moral grounds to carry his duties.

Managing editor of the Chicago Morning Star

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