An Open Letter to the Virginia Legislature
By Tom Curtin
I understand Governor Ralph Northam called for an emergency session on July 9, 2019, to ask the legislature for increased gun regulation in the Commonwealth. Governor Northam indicated this action was based on the recent shooting in the Virginia Beach Municipal Building.
Existing laws failed to deter the Virginia Beach shooter. The laws and regulations at the building prohibited open and concealed carry for all who are present. It took only one idiot to break those laws and regulations to kill and injure many people in just a few minutes
Delegates Dave LaRock (R- Loudoun) and Tim Hugo (R-Fairfax) voiced their concerns in a strongly-worded letter to Virginia Secretary of Transportation, Shannon Valentine, and requested that a thorough review of the Smart Scale scoring process be completed before the Commonwealth Transportation Board meeting last week.
Governor Ralph Northam will be in Fairfax County this Sunday with Democrat Senator Dave Marsden. We need volunteers to hold signs highlighting the governor’s outrageous blackface and infanticide scandals
If these three men are the best today’s Democrat Party of Virginia has to offer the voting public, our commonwealth is in serious danger. Some Democrats have called on them to resign but their words have fallen on deaf ears. Allow the citizens of Virginia to rectify their error of electing the political Three Stooges. Do the righteous thing, Mr. Northam, Mr. Fairfax, and Mr. Herring. Your reputations are in tatters. Resign now.
Republican Gregg Nelson: “The metaphorical domino has since fallen here into our Special Election in District 86. Democrat nominee, Ibraheem Samirah, was quoted in a 2014 Facebook post stating that funding Israel is ‘worse’ than sending money to the KKK. Taking from the playbook of his statewide elected idols, Samirah blamed his ‘impassioned’ college days for his actions.
For IMMEDIATE RELEASE
August 20th, 2018
Contact: Parker Slaybaugh
Statement of Speaker Kirk Cox on Governor Northam’s call for a Special Session to consider redistricting
Virginia House of Delegates Speaker Kirk Cox issued the following statement Monday in response to Governor Ralph Northam’s call for a Special Session of the General Assembly to consider redistricting.
“The House of Delegates will convene as constitutionally-required at Noon on August 30th, though we fully intend to continue to pursue both our request for a stay from the Eastern District Court and our appeal to the United States Supreme Court.
“In July, we asked the Eastern District Court to stay its …