Pro-life author and speaker Daniel Ritchie said Monday that judging the value of a child's life because of irregularities he or she may have enters "dangerous territory."
Fox Nation host David Webb said Saturday that if the three embattled political leaders of Virginia were Republicans, an entirely different standard would exist.
Virginia native Dagen McDowell said Thursday on "The Five" that the turmoil involving the state's top three elected officials could have major "political implications" in the near future.
Rev. Jesse Jackson, a civil rights leader and founder of the Rainbow PUSH Coalition, reacted to controversies swirling around Richmond that have engulfed Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam, Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax and Attorney General Mark Herring.
The panel on "Outnumbered" discussed the ongoing turmoil in Richmond as Virginia's governor, lieutenant governor and attorney general are embroiled in controversy.
Greg Gutfeld and the panel on "The Five" discussed the apparent parallels between the scurrilous 2018 allegations against Justice Brett Kavanaugh and the situations swirling around Gov. Ralph Northam (D-Va.) and Virginia Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax.
Journalist and Fox News contributor Sara Carter traveled to the Old Dominion to ask everyday Virginians their thoughts on the racist photo from Gov. Ralph Northam's (D) medical school yearbook, as pressure mounts for him to resign.
Author and commentator David Limbaugh said on "Starnes Country" on Fox Nation that the firestorm surrounding Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam is an example of how Democrats who "live by the sword should die by the sword."
Kellyanne Conway said Monday that there is a purely political aspect to the fact that top Democrats are calling for Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam to resign.
MediaBuzz host Howard Kurtz said Monday that Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam has "certainly done political harm" due to his radical comments on late-term abortion.
Syndicated columnist and author Michelle Malkin said Sunday that embattled Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam's press conference about a racist photo featured in his 1984 medical school year book resembled a slow-motion political meltdown.
Media analyst Joe Concha said Sunday on "Fox & Friends" that he'd be surprised if Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam still held his office before the day was through.