As I write, the results of the gubernatorial race in Virginia are not final. The polls going into election day were very tight, and if the Republican Glenn Youngkin defeats the Democrat Terry McAuliffe or even comes very close in a deep blue state, it will be an earthquake, the beginning of the post-Biden campaign, and the beginning of the end of the progressive left’s radical agenda for America. Why? Because it would be the result of an exposure of what the left’s agenda is all about. Mark the date of September 28 when in a debate with Youngkin, McAuliffe, in response to parent pushback on “critical race theory” in the school curriculum, bluntly announced that “I don’t think parents should be telling schools what they should teach”. This comment went viral and the impact has had repercussions far beyond this particular race and advanced education as a central issue, but more importantly, clarified the wide gap between the national parties on a foundational point as to who is sovereign, the state or the individual, and it crosses socioeconomic lines as no other issue, because it directly involves our children. This outcome, on top of all of Joe Biden’s other problems, could render him a lame duck before his first anniversary.
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