Governor Bob McDonnell was embroiled in fresh controversy yesterday after being found by a member of the public eating racist biscuits.
James Hall, 35, walked into Governor McDonnell's office on Tuesday morning unannounced and without an appointment. "I saw him as clear as day, sat there, eating racist biscuits so there's no point in him denying it."
But denying it is exactly what Governor McDonnell is doing. "I've never even heard of racist biscuits. What would I want with racist biscuits anyway?" he told reporters only hours after the allegation.
An aid to the Governor has spoken with me on the understanding that he remains anonymous, "Bob's best bet is to hide any racist biscuits he has left. Or better still, throw them away. He'll also want to be giving his office a thorough vacuuming just in case there are a few tell-tale racist crumbs lying around." I asked him if he had ever seen the Governor with racist biscuits "No I haven't but to be fair I'm not really sure if I could tell if a biscuit was racist by just looking at it."
Governor McDonnell is not the only person in public office to have accusations such as this thrown at them. Last month Hilary Olsen who ran for Governor of somewhere or other once I think was photographed doing a racist handstand in a carpark. Although she faced no formal charges a Facebook campaign was launched to "slap her tits really hard" to teach her a lesson. She is currently hiding somewhere in Moscow disguised as a post office, fearful of bruised titties.