In one week, Virginians go to the polls to vote for their next governor.
Only a few months ago, McAuliffe was considered a solid bet to win the mansion again.
That quickly changed after McAuliffe has made blunder after blunder, and now Brit Hume has some hard-hitting words for McAuliffe.
He’s Running Scared
McAuliffe’s real slide started when he stated that parents should not have any input regarding their children’s education.
It only got worse from there.
At the same time, Glenn Youngkin has been about as disciplined as it gets, focused on McAuliffe’s errors and running a “this is me” style campaign.
By that, I mean Youngkin has not relied on any big names, preferring instead to let the people talk to the person they will be electing… and it is working.
Youngkin has flown up in polling and Democrats have resorted to making fun of the way he addresses and spreading false narratives to hurt him.
For instance, when Obama was in town, he cracked on Youngkin for wearing fleece.
When Biden was in town, he pushed a book-burning narrative, which is about as far off the mark as it gets.
The incident Biden was referring to is precisely the type of thing that Youngkin was speaking of and parents are concerned about.
The issue was specifically about a book, “Beloved,” that had sexually explicit content and some parents objecting to it being used to teach their children.
Nobody suggested the book get burned, just that it was a bit racy for high school students.
Brit Hume breaks it all down regarding how close Youngkin has managed to make an election in a state that bleeds blue…