Republican candidate for Governor in Virginia Glenn Youngkin appeared with Sean Hannity on his Fox News “Hannity” show last night. During their discussion, Hannity asked the popular Virginian about his radical leftist Democrat opponent, Terry McAuliffe, who’s been trying to inject race into his campaign.

Youngkin responded, “This is about parents, and Terry McAuliffe wanting to put government between parents and their children, and we in Virginia have a law that says parents have a fundamental right to make decisions with regards to their kids’ education. I stand for it—Terry is against it—it’s that clear, and voters are standing up and rejecting Terry McAuliffe.”

The Virginia gubernatorial candidate told Hannity, “He’s just running the playbook that he wrote.” Finally, Youngkin landed the knockout punch against his dirty opponent Terry McAuliffe, “He’s the godfather of the modern-day Democratic party and he doesn’t know what else to do other than introduce race into this. I’m not going to be lectured by a guy on race who embraces someone who wore blackface and then asked him to leave and then gets him back and then has somebody on his ticket who wore blackface.”

Youngkin was referring to images of the current Governor of Virginia Ralph Northam from his medical school yearbook that re-surfaced in 2019. The yearbook photos showed two men, one in blackface and one in a Ku Klux Klan robe and hood, on the same page as the governor.

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Watch Youngkin’s interview here:

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Virginia’s blackface governor has been a huge supporter of Terry McAuliffe.

If McAuliffe were a Republican, our dishonest media would have been apoplectic over Blackface Northam’s support. Instead, the media has ignored Governor Blackface’s support for the Clinton bestie, who has fallen behind the polls after taking a strong position against parents who would like to have a say in their kid’s education. McAuliffe’s push for Critical Race Theory in Virginia schools has also cost him dearly with voters.


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