Black conservative for E.W. Jackson, the Republican candidate for Lt. Governor in Virginia, found one of his campaign signs vandalized this week.
…With white paint.
Life News reported:
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While much of the political world is focusing on the battle between pro-life gubernatorial candidates Ken Cuccinelli and Terry McAuliffe in Virginia, pro-life Lt. Gov. candidate, Bishop E.W. Jackson, is seeking to become the state’s next Lt. Governor.
As a pro-life, conservative African-American, Jackson has been pegged with the typical “Uncle Tom” attacks throughout the campaign from liberals who claim he is selling out his ethnicity by taking principled conservative stances and opposing abortion. That criticism went a step further over the weekend.
This weekend, Jackson found that one of his campaign signs in Virginia’s Loudoun County had vandals smear the sign with white paint.