Virginia voters see through the political tactics of shady Terry McAuliffe, and it’s showing in the polls. What was once a sure thing for McAuliffe is now in question. The race for governor of Virginia is a dead heat thanks to self-inflicted wounds by McAuliffe and a strong grassroots campaign from Youngkin.

The latest comments from McAuliffe were noticed by Youngkin, who tweeted out about the flip flop from McAuliffe:

Terry McAuliffe claimed the 2018 election in Georgia was stolen from Stacey Abrams.

“They took the votes away,” he said, one day after saying this kind of talk is “running down our democracy.”

McAuliffe’s belief that parents don’t have a place in decisions for their child’s education has parents turning away from him. Youngkin picked up on this topic and has run with it. McAuliffe has been given every opportunity to walk back his comments but has stubbornly doubled and tripled down.


He’s an elitist politician acting like he has the election for governor of Virginia in the bag, but he hit bumps in the road because of his mistakes.

Watch McAuliffe walk off mid-interview because he can’t handle real questions from a local reporter:

“Ok, we’re over! You should have asked better questions early on. You should have asked questions your viewers care about.”

The local news reported on the fact that McAuliffe walked off mid-interview. The Youngkin campaign posted the video on Twitter:

The Youngkin campaign also called out McAuliffe for lying about being taken out of context when asked about whether parents should be involved in the education of their children:

Democrat Terry McAuliffe is a longtime Clinton crony and career politician with a shady past. He’s an elitist who talks down to reporters.

The latest incident of McAuliffe talking down to reporters happened when McAuliffe spotted a VA Rising Action reporter not wearing a mask outside. He snapped at the reporter, calling him “dangerous” for not wearing a mask. Was McAuliffe’s agitation about the mask or about the question the reporter was asking? The reporter asked McAuliffe about his past comment that parents need to stay out of educating their children (see below).

McAuliffe yelled at a VARisingAction tracker yesterday and said he is “dangerous” because he wasn’t wearing a mask *outside*

McAuliffe boasted he would “build education” and dodged questions about the parents’ role in VA schools.

McAuliffe is pictured below on two recent occasions not wearing a mask.

No mask in the photo below either:


McAuliffe recently spoke with local reporters saying, “I was obvious” when asked about his comment that parents should be involved in educating their children. He falsely claimed that Critical Race Theory isn’t taught in Virginia schools when massive protests have taken place in Loudoun, Virginia. McAuliffe again called CRT a “racist dog whistle” and dismissed its existence. Another lie.

McAuliffe was recently interviewed by local news in Virginia when he suggested that parents concerned with divisive Critical Race Theory (CRT) are racist. He went on to refuse to define CRT.

Video below of McAuliffe’s first self-inflicted campaign wound saying that parents should stay out of educating their children:

Karl Marx would be proud of what gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe said during a debate with other candidates for governor of Virginia.

The Clinton crony was explaining his position that parents should not be allowed to determine what books and content are used in students’ curriculum.

“I don’t think parents should be telling schools what they should teach.”

McAuliffe couldn’t be more wrong. Check out one recent case of a parent who stepped up to take gay pedophilia out of a school library:


Virginia mom Stacy Langton spoke at a recent Fairfax County Public School Board Meeting as a very concerned parent. She talked about her concern for the content of books found in the school library.

The video clip below shows Stacy Langton, who told the school board that she was able to check out the two books at the Fairfax High School library she had seen other parents protest:

“Lawn Boy” by Jonathan Evison and “Gender Queer: A Memoir” by Maia Kobabe

Langton told the school board: Both of these books include pedophilia. Sex between men and boys … One book describes a fourth-grade boy performing oral sex on an adult male. The other book has detailed illustrations of a man having sex with a boy.”

McAuliffe’s Republican opponent Glen Youngkin has an ad out about McAuliffe’s COVID lies:


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