The rule of thumb is, once you get to the home stretch in a political race, if a candidate is wasting time in reacting to the other guy’s statements about him, he’s probably floundering.
The Clinton-aligned bagman and retread Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe is trying to get reelected.
Youngkin is trying to prevent that from happening, and he’s having a good run of it. Then again, it’s always a good day when you can lay a beating on your opponent using nothing but his own words to knock him around.
And as fortune would have it, some rowdy parents raising hell over what’s happening in their schools set the tone for this election. Then McAuliffe handed Youngkin an absolute gift in the debates.
In that debate, he said, ‘I don’t think parents should be telling schools what they can teach.’
That quote was getting a lot of play. Enough that McAuliffe ran a ad, speaking in his own voice, responding to the beating he had been taking over that quote.
In that video he claimed that his opponent, Youngkin, was taking that quote out of context. McAuliffe would have been better off saying nothing at all.
That ‘out of context’ line was the jumping-off point for an ad Younkin ran in reply.
We’ll leave our readers to decide whether this is a ‘stick a fork in him’ level roasting, or if it was just a solid political hit.
The video begins with the clip from the McAuliffe ad, and then plays seven different times when he said exactly the same thing that was ‘taken out of context’ — in their full and proper context.
The music they paired it with is just the cherry on top.
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