Democrat Virginia gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe is sinking fast.
And it looks like no amount of cheating or Biden help or Kamala help or even Obama help is going to save him from losing the election.
McAuliffe stuck his foot in the mouth and was honest when he told everyone during a debate that parents shouldn’t have a say in what goes on in their schools.
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The direct quote from him was “I don’t think parents should be telling schools what they should teach.”
So according to McAuliffe…
Are you upset about mask or vaccine mandates? Too bad.
Are you upset that boys can go in your daughter’s locker rooms and bathrooms? Too bad.
Are you upset that the schools are teaching your kids to be racists? Too bad.
The democrats are actually not able to win elections without lying and cheating, but in this case, it doesn’t look like their efforts are going to be rewarded because they went after the wrong constituency: parents.
In order to save McAuliffe’s butt from the fire, a hoax was launched.
A group of men (where are the women???) dressed up as white supremacists and showed up at a GOP rally in front of republican Glenn Younkin’s campaign bus, complete with tiki torches, chanting, “We’re all in for Glenn.”
After the stunt was exposed as a hoax when reporters noticed that the demonstrators were actually Virginia democrat operatives, the organization called The Lincoln Project took credit for the charade.
The Lincoln Project is a bunch of Trump haters, a group of disaffected RINOS who have turned into leftist democrats who only exist to go after Trump and any other republican – and to get donations to fund their elitist lifestyles.
The group is comprised of, among other people, Sarah Palin-basher Steve Schmidt and TDS writer and political strategist Rick Wilson. Seven of the eight people in leadership in the organization are white men. BIG SURPRISE that they don’t embrace diversity.
The five posers at the demonstration were dressed nicely in their khaki pants and white long-sleeved dress shirts, sunglasses and even included a black man acting as a white supremacist.
The Lincoln Project took credit for their little stunt only after they got their fake news media to report it like it was real. They said their demonstration was their way of reminding Virginians what happened in Charlottesville four years ago.
Meghan McCain said, “I’m sorry – I’m just not going to get over the sanctimonious snake oil salesman at The Lincoln Project having McAuliffe staffers (including people of color) pose as white supremacists and getting caught red handed. How anyone gives these people even a dime is sheer insanity.”
Journalist Kyle Becker wrote about the demonstrators, “They are not Lincoln Project staff members, they are led by the democrat operative Lauren Windsor…”
Windsor took credit for organizing the farce and said she joined wth the Lincoln Project to defend our democracy.
And most people online seem to think that McAuliffe’s campaign was in on the hoax because they tried to link the demonstrators and Youngkin’s campaign to white nationalists.
Senior Editor of Human Events and former Navy intel officer, Jack Posobiec, asked Twitter if they are good with the Lincoln Project creating and spreading disinformation in the middle of a federal election.
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But we all know the answer to that question.