The anti-Trump group the Lincoln Project claims it was behind the hoax with “white supremacists“ standing by Glenn Youngkin’s bus with tiki torches. This shameful move to try and damage Glenn Youngkin backfired.
Fox News reporter Kevin Corke has an update:
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Just when everyone thought the FBI had the market cornered on bad actors…
Democrats got caught trying to one-up the intelligence agency made up of several bad actors with their latest stunt.
But like many hoaxes before this one, they didn’t get away with it. This time, five people, several of whom are confirmed by independent sleuths online to work for the Democratic Party, posed as white nationalists in front of Glenn Youngkin’s bus at a campaign event, the Republican candidate for governor of Virginia.
Yes, we know, they’re everywhere. pic.twitter.com/m9H9sVArIX
— IT Guy (@ITGuy1959) October 29, 2021
People on Twitter were quick to do some digging, and find out who these people really were.
One of them is the financial director for the Virginia Young Democrats… and since being outed as such, has made his Twitter private.
You're welcome for me doing your job for you. pic.twitter.com/YVhNbm74bP
— Tim Young (@TimRunsHisMouth) October 29, 2021
And his Instagram:
Camden “vote for Dems on Nov 2” Layton doesn’t sound like someone who would support a Republican for governor. He even has his pronouns in his Twitter bio.
This isn’t the first time Democrats have dressed up in such paraphenilia.
This isn't the first time Democrats have dressed up as white supremacists pic.twitter.com/kxT3kOZqbK
— Caleb Hull (@CalebJHull) October 29, 2021
With one exposed, and one that, well, probably isn’t a white nationalist, it’s safe to say this is yet another Democratic hack job, hoax, and despicable lie. But remember, conservatives are the bad ones, without character or goodwill, who will do anything to suppress voters they don’t like.
Lisa Boothe of Fox News is already onto the story:
It turns out the white supremacists in Virginia are all Democrats… https://t.co/ZCDwHkupU0
— Lisa Boothe (@LisaMarieBoothe) October 29, 2021
But it doesn’t stop there. A member of the McAuliffe campaign promoted the hoax on Twitter.
BREAKING: Terry McAuliffe campaign officially promoted the debunked tiki torch false flag operation pic.twitter.com/bzgo0Mcztx
— Jack Posobiec 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) October 29, 2021
More information is likely to come out as this story is still developing. Keep in mind the Jussie Smollett hoax story from a couple of years back. This is likely to play out in a very similar manner. The democratic perpetrators will be exposed, the money trail followed, but no repercussions will be enacted. Hopefully this time, the left will feel the heat, at least some heat. Maybe this is the end of the McAuliffe campaign.