Kamala Harris Fearmongering Comes Back to Bite Dems in Virginia

When Kamala Harris went to Virginia to campaign for Terry McAuliffe, she went the route of fearmongering to get the voters in line.

Harris offered up a rather ominous prediction in an effort to energize the Virginia voting base.

She failed, and now her words offer a doomsday scenario for Democrats as well as loading up Republicans with some great material for the 2022 and 2024 elections.

Sorry, Kamala

Democrats and Terry McAuliffe made a lot of mistakes during this election that cost him the governor’s mansion.

They all, however, tie into one common theme… fear.

They claimed Republicans were racists, even though two of the three candidates on the primary ballot were minorities.

They claimed Youngkin was going to burn books.

They tried to create the narrative that a vote for Youngkin was a vote for Trump.

It was all dog whistles and fearmongering, which led to Kamala Harris, during her last-minute drive to McAuliffe over the line, stating, “What happens in Virginia will, in large part, determine what happens in 2022, 2024, and on.”

If she put forth a doomsday scenario, Harris figured it would energize the Democrat base, but it energized the Republican base and moderates who are tired of Democrats’ nonsense.

Not only did Youngkin win, but Republicans appear to have swept the big tickets, replacing all the blue at the top of the state government with red.

Additionally, Republicans were able to do significant damage in the Virginia House, possibly even taking a majority (several elections have not yet been finalized).

If Democrats won, they could have hung on to Kamala’s words, but now all she has done is to provide Republicans with ammunition for the next two elections.

Ten months, that is all it took for Joe Biden and Kamala Harris to wreck the Democrat Party.

Source: Fox News

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