Laura Ingraham praises Glenn Youngkin for reversing Virginia’s gubernatorial race

As the country rings in the long-awaited gubernatorial election in Virginia, “The Ingraham Angle” host Laura Ingraham welcomes Republican candidate Glenn Youngkin for his commitment to turning the race around.

“Getting early gave him a big chance, but the stylish family man and American success story Glenn Youngkin, a Republican, decided to go all-in in the Virginia governor’s race,” she said. “He traveled all over the Commonwealth and joins beyond the base to first-time voters and those who voted Democrat last time, who now have some buyers’ remorse.”

Ingraham expressed that “nothing is strange” that the trend lines predict a Youngkin victory when McAuliffe, who was already governor, campaigns to promote racial segregation.

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“One guy is promoting a positive, pro-family, pro-business agenda for Virginians of all races and faiths. And the other is playing for the cheap seats on the race division,” she said. “It’s so revealing, and how sad for Terry McAuliffe.”

As a to and from resident of Virginia since the 1980s, Ingraham revealed that she has never felt a “greater sense of urgency” in pulling a GOP candidate for office, and the reason lies with Virginia’s children.

“Suburban moms who used to meet for coffee at Starbucks, they’re now powerwalking to the ballot box together,” she said. “Something and forty-year-old Biden voters are talking about tomorrow’s election in muted, desperate tones on the sidelines of their children’s pee-soccer matches.”

“The reason is simple: Politicians who use racial sacrifice as a rambuk, who use our children as guinea pigs for their own radical agenda, find few people outside of academia and perhaps teachers’ unions.”

According to Ingraham, Virginia parents have very “specific and legitimate” concerns about their children’s education and treatment at school. But instead of viewing quality education as a “white thing,” as the left does, Youngkin has been able to focus his campaign on topics that look beyond party affiliation.

Virginia Republican Gov. nominee Glenn Youngkin speaks at a campaign event at Old Town Alexandria's Farmers Market in Alexandria, Virginia, USA, on October 30, 2021. REUTERS / Joshua Roberts

Virginia Republican Gov. nominee Glenn Youngkin speaks at a campaign event at Old Town Alexandria’s Farmers Market in Alexandria, Virginia, USA, on October 30, 2021. REUTERS / Joshua Roberts
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“Most parents want the schools they fund to work for them and, of course, their children, not against them,” she said. “Democrats misunderstood the results of the 2020 presidential election … The Democratic Party under Biden has gone so far to the left, it has left America and even managed to turn off too many blue elements in the very blue northern Virginia.”

For the past four years, the Democratic Party has been put to a great advantage by female suburbs, but Ingraham suggested that the party and McAuliffe have taken their biggest supporters for granted.

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“Somehow they thought they could run left in terms of education, race, taxes, economics and immigration and still keep the lock on female voters,” she said. “Tomorrow will show you that they were very wrong. The one group that the Democrats could not afford to alienate, they have managed to alienate.”

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