Is Glenn Youngkin our guy? No.
Is the Virginia governor’s race the most important election ever? Hardly.
As I thought about this while at work yesterday, I came to the conclusion that I was setting aside my usual neutrality and indifference in this race. We actually do have an axe to grind in this race.
No politician in the entire country has done more to screw us than Terry McAuliffe did in Charlottesville through his control of the Virginia State Police. There were hundreds of Virginia State Police in Charlottesville for the Unite the Right rally. If they had been allowed to do their jobs that day and separate the two sides and maintain order, the last four years would have been very different.
James Fields, Jr. is serving 419 years plus life in prison because of Charlottesville. Several Rise Above Movement, League of the South and Traditionalist Worker Party members went to prison over Charlottesville. The Sines v. Kessler lawsuit is currently going on in Charlottesville. I was personally sued over Charlottesville. The entire movement was setback years because of Charlottesville.
Does it matter who is governor of Virginia? In Charlottesville, it mattered a great deal that Terry McAuliffe was governor of Virginia. He controlled the Virginia State Police. He allowed Antifa to attack us in Charlottesville. McAullife had his bullshit “State of Emergency” ready to go before we entered Lee Park. We walked into a trap in Charlottesville that had been set by McAuliffe. It mattered that McAuliffe was governor of Virginia, but Bill Haslam was governor of Tennessee. In Tennessee, we had no problems when we held the White Lives Matter rally in Shelbyville. Unlike the Virginia State Police, the Tennessee State Police didn’t attack us and push us into a mob of Antifa to deliberately cause a violent collision which could be broadcast on national television. Similarly, the Democrat governor of Oregon went out of her way to coddle the Antifa and BLM thugs who were attacking the federal courthouse and DHS personnel in Oregon. Even a milquetoast Republican wouldn’t allow shit like that to happen.
Terry McAuliffe wrote a whole book in which he boasted about screwing us in Charlottesville:
If Terry McAuliffe ends up losing to Glenn Youngkin, it will be a small victory. It isn’t much to celebrate, but I must say it would be worth it to get rid of him in light of the harm he has inflicted on us. At the end of the day, there are good men who are rotting in prison who have been separated from their families because of Terry McAuliffe and that is reason enough to vote against him.