Terry McAuliffe Dismisses Loudoun County Sexual Assault Cases

Terry McAuliffe Dismisses Loudoun County Sexual Assault Cases

Instead of condemning the sexual assault coverup in Loudoun County, Terry McAuliffe used it as an excuse to bring Donald Trump’s name into a race he’s not running in once again.

October 25, 2021

“Angry Trumpian conspiracy theories.”

This was the McAuliffe campaign’s response to sexual assault cases in Loudoun County which sparked ire from parents after school officials tried to downplay the allegations.

Barack Obama made a similar statement when stumping for McAuliffe over the weekend, minimizing the situation as “phony trumped-up culture wars,” “fake outrage,” and “the right-wing media’s pedals to juice their ratings.”

This is not the first time Terry McAuliffe has dismissed, downplayed, and/or demonized issues that matter to Virginians.

McAuliffe repeatedly avoided answering questions on critical race theory by calling it “a dog whistle” and a “right-wing conspiracy.” However, he quietly removed CRT language from his campaign website as critical race theory became a hot topic in school board meetings throughout the state.

Washington Free Beacon: “The changes to McAuliffe’s campaign site suggest the Democrat is attempting to play both sides of the issue. McAuliffe in June called critical race theory ‘another right-wing conspiracy’ that is ‘totally made up by Donald Trump and Glenn Youngkin.’ At the same time, the Democrat collected hundreds of thousands of dollars from teachers’ unions that have defended teaching critical race theory in public schools.”

Bottom line: Instead of condemning the sexual assault coverup in Loudoun County, Terry McAuliffe used it as an excuse to bring Donald Trump’s name into a race he’s not running in once again. McAuliffe’s Trump-obsessed campaign is completely out of touch with where Virginians’ priorities are.

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