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Tuesday, October 19, 2021

Why McAuliffe should be in trouble

Virginia's gubernatorial race is attracting national attention because the state is next door to DC. 

Hillary's old bag man, Terry McAuliffe, is seeking election to a post he once held. He was doing all right until he said, during a debate, "I don’t think parents should be telling schools what they should teach."

It took him a month to realize how dumb that statement is.

Now he says the quote was taken out of context.

The DC crowd is trying to save him with Obama, Kamala, and the rest of the anti-American crowd campaign in Virginia. Keep Virginia blue, they say. It was blue until 1994. Most of that time it was segregated, too.

Many Virginians are upset with their schools. The pandemic panic showed parents what really is going on, and they don't like it.

Boys in skirts are molesting girls in the girls bathroom.

Critical Race Theory has replaced readin', 'ritin', and 'rithmetic with racism.

And mask and vax mandates are ticking off people as well.

Liberals are worried because the truth about schools is leaking. NYT reported, "The Unlikely Issue Shaping the Virginia Governor’s Race: Schools."

Why would schools not be an issue? States pretty much control schools, although local school boards occasionally screw up enough to grab attention.

The Times sees it unfair that Republican candidate Glenn Youngkin is using parental anger over schools as a campaign issue.

The Times wrote, "Vocal groups of parents, some led by Republican activists, are organizing against school curriculums, opposing public-health measures and calling for recalls of school board members. And Mr. Youngkin, a former private equity executive, has capitalized, seizing on conservatives’ concerns about instruction on race and the rights of transgender children to argue that Democrats want to come between parents and their children’s education.

"Mr. Youngkin’s attacks have forced Terry McAuliffe, the Democratic former governor trying to win back his old job, onto the defensive, and have thrust the ordinarily local issues surrounding schools into the middle of a rancorous nationwide shouting match."

Liberals took over schools decades ago. They take for granted their ability to indoctrinate kids on global cooling/global warming, abortion, race, and myriad other matters.

Surprise! Surprise!

The story said, "Frustration with education is an issue that unites Republicans, energizing moderates eager to ensure their children remain in school as well as conservatives who see a liberal plot to indoctrinate their children with the belief that white people are inherently racist."

How dare they complain.

The story said, "Republicans have centered much of their closing argument around a statement by Mr. McAuliffe in last month’s debate.

"The comment came after Mr. Youngkin attacked Mr. McAuliffe over his 2017 veto of a bill permitting parents to opt out of allowing their children to study material deemed sexually explicit. The dispute was prompted by a mother who objected to her son, a high school senior, reading literary classics including Toni Morrison’s 'Beloved.'

"Mr. McAuliffe shot back that he did not believe 'parents should be telling schools what they should teach.' In the weeks since, he’s stood by those remarks, saying that the state Board of Education and local school boards should determine what is taught in the classroom.

"But Mr. Youngkin and Republicans, stripping the quotation from its context, have turned the footage into the core of their argument that Mr. McAuliffe would side with government over parents."

However, it is the Times that takes the quote out of context, because McAuliffe's veto means schools can give porn to your kids.

Fox reported days after the debate, "Video of a Virginia mom confronting her local school board over pornographic materials has gone viral after she read aloud graphic texts and displayed the shocking images in question.

"The clip shows mother-of-six Stacy Langton, whose two eldest kids attend Fairfax High School, first explaining during her speaking time at Wednesday night's Fairfax County Public Schools board meeting that after seeing stories about certain pornographic books in other school districts around the country, she decided to check the titles at her own kids' school.

"Sure enough, Langton was able to check out the two books she had seen other parents protest — 'Lawn Boy' by Jonathan Evison and 'Gender Queer: A Memoir' by Maia Kobabe — at the Fairfax High School library. 

"'Both of these books include pedophilia,' Langton told the board. '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.'"

This is not education. This is grooming.

NYT misled its readers. She was not objecting to "Beloved." She was objecting to making child porn available to children.

The story said, "Langton went on to hold up the graphic illustrations for the school board members to see and began reading excerpts from the books. Then, school board members interrupted the mother, with one telling her, 'There are children in the audience here.'"

That was her whole point.

And McAuliffe vetoed her right to keep child porn out of the hands of students.

Jeffrey Epstein did not just happen. He was not the only pervert in the liberal crowd. Schools now promote transgendering, homosexuality, and child molestation. A man having sex with a 10-year-old fourth grader is a crime. The librarians are trying to normalize this.

Parents are angry and they should be. Biden labeled them domestic terrorists for daring to object.

The real terrorists are those putting child porn in the schools.