Appearing on NBC News’ Meet the Press today, McAuliffe spewed more than a dozen lies in less than 6 minutes. Here are the facts. MCAULIFFE’S LIE: "A bill I vetoed … that literally, parents could take books out of the curriculum." THE TRUTH: According to The Washington Post Fact Checker, McAuliffe “mischaracterized the bills he … Continue reading Here are 15 of the lies crumbling Terry McAuliffe told in six-minute TV debacle
Republican nominee for governor Glenn Youngkin is building on his momentum in the final days of the campaign with a series of TV and digital ads featuring Democrats who are backing his campaign. “This is no longer a campaign, this is a movement,” said Youngkin. “It’s Virginians coming together and demanding safer communities, better schools, … Continue reading VIDEO: New ads feature many of the lifelong Democrat women now voting for Youngkin
Republican nominee for governor Glenn Youngkin released his closing campaign ad entitled “Our Moment,” which highlights Youngkin’s positive vision of safer communities, better schools, and a lower cost of living for Virginia families. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ae3e8gm59h0 Youngkin’s closing ad completes the narrative laid out in his first general election ad released nearly five months ago on June … Continue reading VIDEO: Youngkin releases closing campaign ad ‘Our Moment’
Terry McAuliffe believes federal agents should target parents who criticize school board members.
Between the two bills, 18 Democrats voted for them. Are these 18 Democrats – including 14 members of the Black Caucus – racists?
"Virginia parents are rejecting Terry McAuliffe's belief that they should be shut out of the schools and kept in the dark about what his special interest union allies and government bureaucrats push on their children in the classroom."
"The left has bared their teeth and told you exactly who they are. The only question that remains is will you kneel or will you stand and vote them from power?"
"Terry McAuliffe showed us his heart when he said that ‘parents don’t matter.' He immediately disqualified himself from office.”
McAuliffe’s opposition to parents’ rights contradicts Virginia law, which states, “A parent has a fundamental right to make decisions concerning the upbringing, education, and care of the parent's child.” (§ 1-240.1)