Donald Trump claimed Democrats are out to rig elections.
Democrats’ deceptive election practices proved right once again.
And Democrats got caught in a massive fraud scheme in this key state.
The Virginia gubernatorial election is a tossup race.
That is not good news for Democrats who won 13 straight statewide races dating back to 2009.
Republican Glenn Youngkin pulled to a tie with Democrat Terry McAuliffe in the polls by focusing the campaign on Democrats brainwashing children with the Marxist Critical Race Theory and the Loudoun County School Board covering up a biological male raping a 14-year-old female student in the girls’ bathroom.
The pandemic and remote learning allowed parents to see the communist and anti-American garbage teachers indoctrinated children with to hate America as well as other children because of their race.
McAuliffe committed the gaffe of the campaign when in a debate he declared parents should have no role in what schools teach their children.
Terry McAuliffe also made vaccine mandates and endless masking in schools central to his campaign.
Democrats panicked over this result because if McAuliffe loses with this deep blue agenda it would send a clear signal that the public turned against the left’s woke ideology and COVID authoritarianism.
So the left called in the calvary to run one of the most deceptive – and some would argue fraudulent – voter suppression campaigns in American history.
The Virginia energy company Dominion Energy donated $200,000 to a group called the Accountability Virginia PAC which ran ads attacking Youngkin as soft on the Second Amendment.
Fox News reports:
A Virginia energy company is facing backlash for funding ads against Republican gubernatorial candidate Glenn Youngkin aimed at suppressing pro-gun voters.
The ads were funded by the political action committee of Dominion Energy, a company Democrat candidate Terry McAuliffe said he would not take money and which gave $200,000 over the third quarter to the Accountability Virginia PAC.
The Accountability Virginia PAC has ties to prominent Democrats and was running ads attacking Youngkin from the right in an apparent effort to keep pro-gun Virginia voters home.
Accountability Virginia was incorporated in the state by MBA Consulting, a firm that works exclusively with Democrats.
The group’s ads purport to attack Youngkin from a conservative perspective and the anti-Youngkin ads ran in the Republican strongholds of western Virginia.
After this reporting came to light Dominion Energy demanded their $200,000 back claiming they were misled about how the Accountability Virginia PAC planned to spend the company’s contribution.
“This weekend we were reminded that going above and beyond in transparency is necessary but not sufficient. Based on our own disclosures, two news stories highlighted activities of the Accountability Virginia PAC that we would not approve or knowingly support,” Dominion CEO Bob Blue wrote to the company’s employees.
“Although familiar with the Accountability Virginia PAC sponsors, we failed to vet sufficiently the scope of their intended activities,” Blue wrote, asking for a refund. “In as much, we have asked that our contributions be returned.”
Democrats are desperate.
If Youngkin pulls off an upset win it would provide a template for Republicans to win key races in purple or blue states by harnessing a parent-led backlash to the left turning schools into ideological indoctrination camps.
But some Democrats pushed the envelope too far and got caught trying to trick voters with a deceitful ad campaign.
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