On Saturday the 19th, a well-attended “Trump Train” parade of cars made its way from Prince William to Fairfax County. “They were majestic on the road and very eye-catching,” noted Epoch Times reporter Lynn Lin.
At the parade’s starting point, RNC co-chairman Tommy Hicks rallied participants. “Wow, this is amazing,” Hicks said. “Do you think Joe Biden has anything like this?”
At least 1,400 voters who applied for absentee ballots received two ballots. “We knew the Democrats many last-minute changes to our election law would make our elections less secure, but no one could imagine voters receiving two ballots,” said Rich Anderson, Chairman of the Republican Party of Virginia.
Over 400 voters in central Virginia – 300 in Richmond and 100 in Henrico – received two ballots.
Early voting for the November 3 general election is now under way in Virginia! All voters have the right to cast their ballots early by mail, or in person at the Fairfax County Government Center.
Between September 18 and October 13, early voting hours at the Government Center are Monday to Friday, 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM (with no voting hours on Columbus Day)
Bolster the Blue President Brenda Tillett was on WMAL’s Mornings on the Mall radio program, discussing Friday night’s rally, held outside Sully District Police Station at 6 o’clock.
“We’re going to be showing our support on the streets, rallying for our police officers,” Tillett said Friday morning. “Most of the people who are protesting police officers, they do not speak for the families of Fairfax County”
Following a marathon session of comments from the public, including concerned gun owners, the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors enacted a new gun control ordinance early Wednesday.
“The ban applies to the possession, carrying and transportation of guns, ammunition or components
Asra Nomani was on WMAL’s Mornings on the Mall radio program today, discussing last night’s meeting of the Fairfax County School Board, where Superintendent Scott Brabrand unveiled his scheme to abolish merit-based, race-blind admissions standards at Thomas Jefferson High School of Science and Technology (“TJ”).
If enacted last year, Brabrand’s scheme would have cut TJ’s Asian student body from 70 percent to 52 percent.
Thomas Jefferson High School of Science and Technology (TJ), ranked as the nation’s #1 high school by U.S. News and World Report, is in the crosshairs of the Virginia Secretary of Education, Atif Qarni, and Fairfax County Public School Superintendent, Scott Brabrand. Lamentably, yet again, a miniscule number of Black and Hispanic students were admitted to TJ’s freshman class.
Over the summer, Secretary Qarni convened a secretive “task force” to sketch out their preferred solutions.
Under cover of darkness on Thursday night, the violent wave of crime that has infected Richmond for months struck again with a violent, cowardly, and unprovoked attack on the state headquarters of the Republican Party of Virginia (RPV). In prior months, these violent attacks on families and businesses in Virginia’s capital city have gone unchecked by Richmond Mayor Levar Stoney and Virginia Governor Ralph Northam, whose neglect enabled last night’s attack
Fairfax GOP Chairman Steve Knotts is calling for the resignation of Virginia Secretary of Education Atif Qarni, in a blistering statement issued today. “With Atif Qarni, the special interests always come first,” Knotts lamented. “Now more than ever, we need a Secretary of Education who is laser-focused on serving the needs of Virginia’s students.”
“Secretary Qarni cruelly and baselessly defamed Asra Nomani — a devoted single mother, renowned investigative journalist and tireless human rights advocate,” Knotts said.
Members of the Project 21 black leadership network applauded the Trump Administration for seeking to defund all federal training rooted in “critical race theory,” a radical philosophy promoting a false notion of systemic American racism and pitting races against each other. “Critical race theory is bigotry, pure and simple. Its advocates should apologize to Jim Crow and South African apartheid supporters for ever offering a critical word,” said Project 21 Co-Chairman Horace Cooper.