The eyes of the world are on Virginia as the race to be the state’s next governor heats up. Terry McAuliffe and Glenn Youngkin were running neck and neck for a while. McAuliffe was Virginia’s 74th governor from 2014 to 2018. He is originally from Syracuse, NY, but has become synonymous with Virginia. Glenn Youngkin is actually from the Tidewater area of Virginia. Whether he can “out-Virginia” McAulliffe remains to be seen. The few people I have spoken have a voiced a change from McAulliffe. They want “anybody but McAullife,” who may have sealed his fate by getting former President Barack Obama to campaign for him:

The big message of Terry’s opponent is that he’s a regular guy because he wears fleece and he’s accusing schools of brainwashing our kids. He’s also said he wanted to audit the voting machines used in the last presidential election again, really? Encouraging the lies and conspiracy theories we’ve had to live through all this time, and yet we’re supposed to stand up for our democracy? Either he actually believes in the same conspiracy theory that resulted in a mob or he doesn’t believe it, but he’s willing to go along with it to say or do anything to get elected. And maybe that’s worse.

Because, because, because that says something about character and character will end up showing when you’re actually in office. When you’ve got someone like Terry who’s responsible and serious, he’s worth fighting for, so you’ve got to go out there and show the cynics that you’re willing to knock on doors for Terry, to make the cause for Terry, to tell your friends and neighbors what’s at stake. We ain’t got time to be tire. We ain’t got time to be tired.

Why in the world would anybody listen to anything this person has to say? Mcauliffe apparently hasn’t gotten the memo yet, but black Americans see through Obama. During his eight years in office he gave trillions to his donors, somebody he wanted to work for when he left office or somebody he wanted to sleep with. At the 40 minute mark of the following video from Trump And The GE, Shock Exchange explains how Obama only helped the investor class:

At the end day, this policy of spiking assets … no economist would recommend that – John Maynard Keynes, Milton Friedman, Adam Smith – nobody would recommend that. So basically the people who are benefiting from it are the people who own the assets or who can actually go to a pension fund and say, ‘I need to raise $10 billion because I need to buy assets ahead of the Fed.’ The people who own the assets … private equity firms or real estate developers who can buy assets ahead of the Fed and enjoy the benefit from spiked asset prices. It’s not being disseminated to the populace equally.

Obama now wants to fashion himself as a leader for the common man, which is intellectually dishonest. That said, The commonwealth only allows a person to be governor for four years before he/she is required to rotate out. Shock Exchange: How Inner-City Kids From Brooklyn Predicted the Great Recession and the Pain Ahead explained how former Dixiecrat, Harry Byrd, ruled Virginia politics for 40 years, why placing his man in the governor’s office every four years. Even Byrd would have known better than be connected with Obama; Obama’s such a white supremacist that somewhere Byrd is taking pictures of him.


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