Looks like Biden will really be turning his back on reporters after the latest political developments in Virginia.
After all, to the anger of all ultra-leftists (not to mention Marxist school boards) out there, Youngkin resoundingly defeated McAuliffe in a closely watched race, which is widely considered to be indicative of the nation’s real mood towards politics.
Youngkin himself appeared to foreshadow the momentum that his campaign would eventually receive, the same momentum that buoyed him to victory last night.
“I’ve just felt this great surge of momentum for the last six to eight weeks.” [Source: Fox News]
That “great surge” can be at least partially attributed to the circus of Loudon County, which has fiercely demanded transgender “bathroom rights” to the extent that female students were sexually assaulted.
Then, the county thought it would be a great idea to turn around and label highly concerned parents “domestic terrorists,” all in an effort to “chill” their free speech.
However, despite literally sending the Department of Justice after concerned parents, Democrat McAuliffe hilariously asserted that Youngkin was the candidate full of hate.
“Youngkin’s entire campaign has been a full embrace of Donald Trump’s dangerous extremism: divisive culture wars, racist dog whistles and bigotry.” [Source: Fox News]
Right, because labeling parents “domestic terrorists” isn’t “dangerous extremism.”
And as far as “bigotry” is concerned? All McAuliffe needs to do is crack open the textbook on the Critical Race Theory (CRT) he openly advocates being taught in public schools.
McAuliffe, in other words, used some of the same “analysis” provided by Fox News analyst Juan Williams, who claims that BLM isn’t taught in school mainly because white children might feel guilty.
“It is a campaign to stop classroom discussion of Black Lives Matter protests or slavery because it could upset some children, especially white children who might feel guilt …
There is a long history behind the latest racist political appeals. It is not long ago that racist southern politicians rallied against integration with an argument for ‘states’ rights,’ a call to be free of federal laws seeking to end segregation … Now the message is that white parents are being ignored when they complain that their children are uncomfortable learning about racism.” [Source: The Blaze]
Actually, Mr. Williams, parents are likely uncomfortable with their children believing that violence, rioting, and looting are all acceptable means of political protest, all of which BLM engages in on a regular basis, to levels only rivaled by Antifa.
In addition, CRT has nothing to do with real history and everything to do with indoctrinating children into concepts such as mythical “white privilege,” even as Obama hosts a 60th birthday bash for himself and numerous minority friends in a $22M (or so) mansion on Martha’s Vineyard.
Plus, McAuliffe really shot himself in the foot when he openly commented on how little he thought about parents.
“I don’t think parents should be telling schools what they should teach.” [Source: The Blaze]
Well, it looks like voters don’t think that McAuliffe should be telling constituents what to do either, based upon the massive shellacking that he just received in the gubernatorial race …
Youngkin’s victory is remarkable because it is not only the first time that a Republican has won the state in over ten years, but it is also a resounding referendum on the Biden presidency thus far, which has been disastrous, to say the least.
On top of that, Trump openly endorsed Youngkin, and his endorsement certainly proved to help him in the final stretch.
Now one can only imagine the massive red wave in store for the 2022 midterms …
Author: Jane Jones