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Glenn Youngkin’s victory proved the Lincoln Project is utterly worthless once again.
You know that rumble you felt in your living room watching the Virginia returns on Tuesday night?
A small group of demonstrators dressed as “Unite the Right” rally-goers with tiki torches stand on a sidewalk as Republican candidate for governor of Virginia Glenn Youngkin arrives on his bus for a campaign event at a Mexican restaurant in Charlottesville, Virginia, U.S. October 29, 2021. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst)
This after rookie politician Glenn Youngkin shocked the world like a modern-day Buster Douglas, in winning the Virginia’s governor’s race in a state that President Joe Biden won easily – as in by-more-than-10-points easy.
But wait, how can this be? Because the so-called principled conservatives of the Lincoln Project backed McAuliffe…
Virginia Republican gubernatorial nominee Glenn Youngkin greets supporters in the crowd after speaking during his election night party at a hotel in Chantilly, Virginia, U.S., November 3, 2021. (REUTERS/ Elizabeth Frantz)
But if you’re keeping score at home, the Project peeps are now 0-for-8 in key state races in the past year alone. 0-for-8!
Why would anyone give these grifters one more cent moving forward? They can’t win, and thrive on dividing the country.
That grotesque stunt, a pathetic attempt to make Youngkin supporters all look like white supremacists, was only the tip of the iceberg. And it backfired spectacularly.
Democratic nominee for Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe looks on as he addresses his election night party and rally in McLean, Virginia, U.S., November 2, 2021. (REUTERS/Leah Millis)
No matter: CNN and MSNBC will continue to cry about Donald Trump and lay out the welcome mat for this failed and fraudulent group.
A group that should have been retired the way Terry McAuliffe just was, but a long time ago.