After tape was played on Virginia local ABC-affiliate WJLA of E.W. Jackson calling LGBT people “frankly very sick” and “perverted,” the candidate for Lt. Gov. of Virginia said you could “absolutely” reconcile the “notion of respect” with his comments.
“Extreme social policies have no place in Virginia leadership.”
“The truth is the truth.”
E.W. Jackson was appearing on the Christian Broadcasting Network in March 2012.
E.W. Jackson’s self-published book Ten Commandments to an Extraordinary Life has a big error on the cover. Commandments — not “comandments.”
“Practices such as cloning and in vitro fertilization by women who want to have children without fathers, are precisely kinds of evils God saw in the tower of Babel incident.”
“It is the principle of sin, rebellion against God and His truth which has brought about birth defects and other destructive natural occurrences.”
“It is amazing the length to which people will go to prove what is so palpably false.”
In this bizarre video from E.W. Jackson’s 2012 U.S. Senate campaign, the Republican nominee for lieutenant governor disembowels watermelons with help from a Founding Father.
E.W. Jackson is the Virginia GOP candidate for lieutenant governor and has a history of making controversial statements. “I’m not going to comment on him,” said Rep. Frank Wolf.
“Obama clearly has Muslim sensibilities. He sees the world and Israel from a Muslim perspective.