Statement of House Speaker Kirk Cox on Delegate Riley Ingram’s Retirement

Virginia House of Delegates Speaker Kirk Cox (R-Colonial Heights) issued the following statement on the retirement of Delegate Riley Ingram: “I will forever be grateful for Riley’s service to the Commonwealth in the House of Delegates, and, more importantly I will personally always cherish the friend Riley has been to me. “Serving in neighboring districts, I was able to see …

For VA Democrats, Resistance > Racism

When Governor Ralph Northam told the world he appeared in blackface in the 1980s, Democrat were all but unanimous in their verdict: Northam must resign. When Attorney General Mark Herring told the world he appeared in blackface in the 1980s, Democrats were much more reticent. Now we know why: without Herring, they can’t sue President Trump. Herring joined 15 other …

RPV Demands Filler-Corn & Caucus Publicly Disavow Ibraheem Samirah

The Republican Party of Virginia demands that Eileen Filler-Corn and the House Democratic Caucus withdraw their support for the anti-Semitic Democrat Ibraheem Samirah. It was revealed that Samirah has a history of posting virulently anti-Semitic propaganda on his Facebook page to include calling Israel worse than the KKK and questioning the significance of the Holocaust simply because his family did …

House and Senate Overwhelmingly Approve $1 Billion Tax Relief Package

The Virginia House of Delegates and the Senate of Virginia today approved legislation that will provide nearly $1 billion in tax relief to Virginia’s taxpayers. The legislation will provide $420 million to Virginia taxpayers later this year, in the form of tax rebates of $110 for individual filers and $220 for married couples. It raises the standard deduction by fifty …

RPV Demands Dems Donate Racist Ralph’s Cash

The Republican Party of Virginia officially demands Virginia Democrats donate all money received from racist Ralph Northam towards an effort to build the United States National Slavery Museum or another charity of former Governor Douglas Wilder’s choosing. Over the past decade, Northam and his affiliated PACs (The Way Ahead & Stronger Together PAC) have donated to the following: $2,227,518 to …

When will VA Dems denounce anti-Semitism in their own party?

We’re still waiting for many Virginia Democrat House members to weigh in on their colleague Rep. Ilhan Omar’s latest outburst of anti-Semitism, but we’re not holding our breath. After all, they have yet to even rescind their endorsement of Virginia House District 86 candidate — Ibraheem Samirah — who said supporting Israel is worse than supporting the KKK. He also …

Mark Herring is a Liar

Not only is AG Mark Herring a racist and a hypocrite, he is a liar as well. Herring would have the people of Virginia believe that he had some sort of epiphany about his racist past, leading him to confess that he too had worn blackface to the Virginia Legislative Black Caucus (VLBC). The Republican Party of Virginia has learned …

RPV Calls Out Hypocrisy of Virginia Democrats

Both Ralph Northam and Mark Herring have admitted to wearing blackface. There is no doubt that these two took part in that racist activity. However, while the RPV remains steadfast in its call for Northam and Herring to resign, the left has seemingly given Mark Herring a hall pass. If this were any other elected position in the Commonwealth, Virginia …

Ibraheem Samirah Argues that Sending Aid to Israel is Worse than Funding KKK

As first reported by Big League Politics, in a 2014 Facebook post, House of Delegates candidate Ibraheem Samirah said that sending aid to Israel was worse than funding the KKK. Samirah also dismisses the Holocaust because it occurred “thousands of miles away” from his family. Jay Ipson, Holocaust survivor and co-founder of the Virginia Holocaust Museum had this to say …

A Presidential Call-Out

President Trump didn’t mince words in his State of the Union. He rightly called out barbaric legislation from Democrat Kathy Tran and even worse comments from Governor Ralph Northam advocating the denial of “resuscitation” to newly born infants with severe disabilities. From the President’s speech: “Lawmakers in New York cheered with delight upon the passage of legislation that would allow …