The gubernatorial election in Virginia is an interesting one. It’s as if every liberal in the nation is terrified of what could happen if Terry McAuliffe doesn’t win. If a liberal can’t win in Virginia, then what hope do the liberals have of winning anywhere else, especially in the midterms?
The race has been neck and neck between liberal Democrat Terry McAuliffe and Republican Glenn Youngkin. And the two men couldn’t be more different from one another in terms of their views. There’s a lot at stake here, including family morals, education, and more.
We’ve seen Kamala Harris and others violate basic constitutional rules – such as not mixing church and state. Yet, Harris still filmed a video to support McAuliffe – and it was shown in churches across the state. Is it wrong? Yes. Is it illegal? Yes. Is it being allowed to happen anyway? Yes.
The liberals are getting desperate, and they don’t care how many laws they have to break in order to get McAuliffe into the governor’s mansion.
They’ve even dragged Barack Obama out to make a case for the would-be liberal governor.
The only problem is that Obama isn’t looking to unite and create a better nation. He’s more divisive than ever, and it has many people thanking their lucky stars that he’s not the president anymore.
Obama decided to point the finger at Republicans for rigging the elections. “Why is it that Republicans don’t want you to vote? What, what is it that they are so afraid of?”
Wait, how are Republicans trying to prevent people from voting? Oh, that’s right. We ask that people show ID. You know, just like you show ID to buy alcohol or set up a bank account.
If there’s anyone trying to rig the elections, it’s the Democrats. After all, they don’t believe that people should have to show any proof to vote in an election. And isn’t that convenient now that there are literally thousands of illegal immigrants being bussed into the interior of the US every month?
With the way the Dems have been all shady about the “catch and release” program that Biden has created, it wouldn’t be shocking to learn that there are migrants being bussed into Virginia. Don’t mind us. We’ll just stop at this polling station on the way to the nearest migrant processing center…
Obama wants to claim that Republicans aren’t telling us their ideas and what they can do differently. Perhaps he’s not listening. Youngkin has been most certainly explaining Republican ideas. However, they’re better than what McAuliffe has to offer, which explains why he’s likely tuning it out.
Obama could take an uplifting approach. Instead, he shows us that he was most certainly the leader of the swamp for the eight years he was in office. He accuses Republicans of fake outrage, with “We don’t have time to be wasted on these phony trumped-up culture wars, this fake outrage, the right-wing media’s pedals to juice their ratings.”
Virginia is predominantly red – though there’s enough blue that the gubernatorial election could go either way. If Obama was trying to make a case for McAuliffe, he failed. He spent more time demonizing the conservatives than he did telling us why we should vote for McAuliffe. And really, that tells us everything we need to know. The liberal candidate doesn’t have anything to offer, so the Dems do what they do best: attack the right.