Election

STACEY ABRAMS: ‘I Come From a State Where I Was Not Entitled to Become the Governor’

posted by Hannity Staff - 10.18.21

Failed Georgia Gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams campaigned with Virginia’s Terry McAuliffe Monday; telling the crowd she comes from a state where she was not “entitled to become the Governor.”

“I come from a state where I was not entitled to become the governor, but as an American citizen and a citizen of Georgia, I’m going to fight for every person who has the right to vote to be able to cast that vote,” said Abrams.

 

McAuliffe concerned countless parents across the Commonwealth during a fiery debate when he said parents should not be in control of their children’s education.

“I’m not going to let parents come into schools and take books out and make their own decisions. I don’t think parents should be telling schools what they should teach,” McAuliffe told the crowd.

 

The state’s school system has become a national focal point over issues like Critical Race Theory, the treatment of transgender children, and others.

Virginia’s Department of Education is also urging local districts across the commonwealth to abandon “gendered” events like the “Father-Daughter Dance” and other “sex-segregated activities.”

“The department’s Model Policies for the Treatment of Transgender Students in Virginia’s Public Schools was developed pursuant to legislation passed last year by the state legislature and signed into law by Democratic Gov. Ralph Northam,” reports JustTheNews.com.

“The rules were quietly promulgated earlier this year, but generated interest and controversy late this month as some school officials publicized efforts to come in line with the guidance,” adds the website.

“Gender-based policies, rules, and practices can have the effect of marginalizing, stigmatizing, and excluding students, regardless of their gender identity or gender expression,” it states, citing “practices that may be based on gender” such as “grouping students for class activities, gender-based homecoming or prom courts, limitations on who can attend as ‘couples’ at school dances, and gender-based events such as father-daughter dances.”

Watch Abram’s comments above.

McAULIFFE MELTDOWN: Dem Erupts When Asked Whether Parents Should Be in Charge of Education

posted by Hannity Staff - 10.14.21

Virginia Gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe erupted on a reporter during his final weeks of campaigning Thursday; demanding to know if the citizen was “vaccinated” when asked about his policies regarding public schools.

“Who do you think should be in control of education?” asked one concerned citizen.

“Have you been vaccinated yet?” yelled McAuliffe. “That’s the question I want to know! You should have a mask on! You’re dangerous here!”

McAuliffe concerned countless parents across the Commonwealth during a fiery debate when he said parents should not be in control of their children’s education.

“I’m not going to let parents come into schools and take books out and make their own decisions. I don’t think parents should be telling schools what they should teach,” McAuliffe told the crowd.

 

The state’s school system has become a national focal point over issues like Critical Race Theory, the treatment of transgender children, and others.

Virginia’s Department of Education is also urging local districts across the commonwealth to abandon “gendered” events like the “Father-Daughter Dance” and other “sex-segregated activities.”

“The department’s Model Policies for the Treatment of Transgender Students in Virginia’s Public Schools was developed pursuant to legislation passed last year by the state legislature and signed into law by Democratic Gov. Ralph Northam,” reports JustTheNews.com.

“The rules were quietly promulgated earlier this year, but generated interest and controversy late this month as some school officials publicized efforts to come in line with the guidance,” adds the website.

“Gender-based policies, rules, and practices can have the effect of marginalizing, stigmatizing, and excluding students, regardless of their gender identity or gender expression,” it states, citing “practices that may be based on gender” such as “grouping students for class activities, gender-based homecoming or prom courts, limitations on who can attend as ‘couples’ at school dances, and gender-based events such as father-daughter dances.”

Watch McAuliffe’s comments above.

THERE IT IS: Terry McAuliffe Says ‘I Don’t Think Parents Should Be Telling Schools What They Should Teach’

posted by Hannity Staff - 9.29.21

Democrat Terry McAuliffe debated his Republican challenger in Virginia this week where he weighed-in on the state’s education system, saying he doesn’t “think parents should be telling schools what they should teach.”

“I’m not going to let parents come into schools and take books out and make their own decisions. I don’t think parents should be telling schools what they should teach,” McAuliffe told the crowd.

 

The state’s school system has become a national focal point over issues like Critical Race Theory, the treatment of transgender children, and others.

Virginia’s Department of Education is also urging local districts across the commonwealth to abandon “gendered” events like the “Father-Daughter Dance” and other “sex-segregated activities.”

“The department’s Model Policies for the Treatment of Transgender Students in Virginia’s Public Schools was developed pursuant to legislation passed last year by the state legislature and signed into law by Democratic Gov. Ralph Northam,” reports JustTheNews.com.

“The rules were quietly promulgated earlier this year, but generated interest and controversy late this month as some school officials publicized efforts to come in line with the guidance,” adds the website.

“Gender-based policies, rules, and practices can have the effect of marginalizing, stigmatizing, and excluding students, regardless of their gender identity or gender expression,” it states, citing “practices that may be based on gender” such as “grouping students for class activities, gender-based homecoming or prom courts, limitations on who can attend as ‘couples’ at school dances, and gender-based events such as father-daughter dances.”

Watch McAuliffe’s comments above.

 

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