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by Hunter Bradford  •  •  September 18, 2021   

Ex-governor Terry McAuliffe runs again

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Comrade of Hillary Clinton McAuliffe is running against former CEO of the Carlyle Group evangelical Glenn Youngkin. It's difficult to imagine another political candidate more supportive of imposing vaccines on all Americans than McAuliffe.

Terry McAuliffe: "I used to tell my private businesses all the time, 'I hope you mandate vaccines for people coming in.' Until we make it hard for people to get on planes and go to movie theaters, people just aren't going to do it. We aren't going to door to door, but you make life difficult."

Contrast that with this tweet of his opponent: "Virginians have the right to decide for themselves, but if you are in a high-risk category, I especially encourage you to get vaccinated."

Critics call McAuliffe the "abortion governor" because he supports late-term, third-trimester abortions. In 2019, a Virginia delegate proposed a bill legalizing the slaughter of babies while the mother may be dilating. McAuliffe was asked if he would veto the bill.

Radio show host John Fredericks: "Yes or no?"

McAuliffe: "I would not have vetoed that bill."

Pro-vaccine mandates, pro-child killing, he's also pro-sodomy.

McAuliffe: "They all say I'm the first candidate statewide in the South to come out for same-sex marriage. It's important folks. We have to be open and welcoming. Well, we now have same-sex marriage here in the Commonwealth of Virginia."

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