Here’s How We Know the Panic Has Set in for Terry McAuliffe – RedState

Democrat Terry McAuliffe’s gubernatorial campaign has been in a freefall for the last two weeks, so much so that some Democrats in Virginia are trying to make some underhanded last-minute changes to the way absentee ballots are processed, apparently in hopes that they’ll help drag their embattled nominee over the finish line in the event that there is an Election Night nail biter.

McAuliffe is facing a real struggle to win, according to a left-leaning phrase. They announced this week they would bring in two candidates who they feel could help them in their quest for Democrat star power in the final weeks of the race between Glenn Youngkin, Republican nominee, and McAuliffe.

One of them is First Lady Jill Biden, who will campaign with McAuliffe on Friday in the midst of a barrage of negative press he brought on himself after stating and then doubling down on his insane claim during the last debate on how he doesn’t “think parents should be telling schools what they should teach.”

McAuliffe is an ex-schoolteacher, so McAuliffe believes that Mrs. Biden will be stumping for him.

McAuliffe, along with Stacey Abrams (failed 2018 Georgia Democratic Governoral Nominee), will join McAuliffe Sunday to encourage black voters to vote for McAuliffe.

Abrams will campaign with McAuliffe on Sunday, where the two will attend three churches in Norfolk, Va., and take part in a “Souls to the Polls” event in the city. McAuliffe will host the event, while Abrams will be hosting a grassroots gathering in Northern Virginia.

The choice to have Abrams speak on his behalf is rather interesting and some would say risky considering how Abrams has yet to concede defeat in the 2018 Georgia gubernatorial race, often alleging that the election was “stolen” from her. McAuliffe, who has often been accused of being an election denizen, was called out recently by a reporter for refusing acknowledge that 2000 and 2004 Presidential elections were validly decided. falsely portrayedYoungkin, an election denier over 2020’s presidential election.

Youngkin’s surrogates have already pointed out the inconsistency of having some like Abrams campaign for him:

“McAuliffe knows that while his team is asleep at the wheel, Republicans have the energy on our side,” said Republican Governors Association spokesperson Maddie Anderson in a statement. “His latest act of desperation is to call in Stacey Abrams, who has yet to concede her 2018 loss. This begs the question: if McAuliffe loses to Glenn Youngkin, will he concede or will he follow in the footsteps of his next surrogate?”

This morning’s news was that ex-President Barack Obama will be in the state to help McAuliffe.

Is there anyone who is not present in all of this? Obama’s former VP and our current President Joe Biden, who hasn’t campaigned for McAuliffe since July. The reason for that was revealed during a teleconference call McAuliffe was recently involved in where he blurted out how Biden – just nine months into his presidency – was not popular in his state.

So Jill Biden is being brought in to attempt a clean up on the education front, Stacey Abrams is being brought in to motivate black voters even as McAuliffe has made it clear that he believes parents shouldn’t have a say in their child’s education and is a staunch opponent of school choice, which has increased in popularity in the black community over the last several years. McAuliffe’s campaign will include a former President, though not the current president.

Yep, his campaign is in panic mode with just weeks to go, with the bigger problem here Not being just the Democrat movers and shakers he’s bringing in, but who he’s notYou should bring in. There’s also the issue of McAuliffe repeatedly sticking his foot in his mouth and attracting (for him) the wrong kind of attention.

If he can’t keep it closed, it won’t matter who stumps on his behalf as Election Day draws near. McAuliffe has proven to be his own worst enemy, and at the rate he’ll only have his big mouth to blame if Youngkin comes out victorious on Election Day.

FlashbackTerry McAuliffe just lost it when asked by Virginia Sheriff whether he supports defunding police officers

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