When incompetent socialists and their kin try to govern, bad things happen, and voters get angry. I’ve spent the last 12 months reassuring conservative relatives, friends, and clients that America would be okay even after the 2020 elections. “If the new socialist leaders in D.C. mess things up, the voters will throw them out of office,” I explained.
I erred in pointing to patience for the 2022 elections. The rejection of socialist policies and ideas started this past Tuesday, Nov. 2, in the state of Virginia. Republican Glenn Youngkin defeated Democrat Terry McAuliffe in the Virginia gubernatorial race because he emphasized the issues local voters cared most about – jobs and schools.
When Joe Biden and Kamala Harris rushed to support McAuliffe in the final weeks of the campaign, the results of the liberal agenda took center stage – illegal immigrants pouring into the country; higher gasoline prices; wide-spread inflation; rising crime; and abandoning Americans in Afghanistan.
Virginians currently don’t like what they see. 65% of the voters said the country is moving in the wrong direction. Sadly, socialists who try to fool people that they are “progressives” are destroying jobs, making people feel less safe and weakening our presence abroad when they actually put their principles to work.
Fortunately, Americans always remove these kinds of leaders from power when they show their true colors. More of these socialists will be thrown out of office come November 2022.