Virginia gubernatorial candidate Creigh Deeds' campaign blasted the co-founder of Black Entertainment Television on Monday for mocking the Democrat's occasional stuttering, calling it a "cheap shot and a new low" in the campaign. Jared Leopold, Deeds' press secretary, said a YouTube video depicting BET co-founder Sheila Johnson criticizing the candidate on his communication skills was a "divisive personal attack." "This is a cheap shot and a new low for this race," Leopold told FOXNews.com in a statement. "Virginians deserve better than personal attacks like this. "Creigh Deeds isn't the smoothest speaker in the race, but when he speaks he is authentic and means what he says. That's what people will respond to, not divisive personal attacks Campaign Blasts Stuttering YouTube Attack As 'Cheap Shot' - Political News - FOXNews.com Least she didn't wish "kidney failure" on him Librals are class acts.