Congressman Bob Good of Virginia is joining us now. Congressman, you heard that story.
So, what are your thoughts on this report? Will voters decide tomorrow if Virginia goes red or blue? I believe tomorrow’s election will reveal if Virginians have had enough of the Democratic policies and if they are willing to express their dissatisfaction. The key question is whether they can connect their hardships, such as record-high inflation and interest rates, expensive utility and gas prices, the war on American energy, and sky-high grocery and housing prices, with the policies implemented by the Democrats.
Additionally, it remains to be seen if they are willing to support Governor Youngkin and provide him with a majority in both the Senate and the House of the General Assembly here in Virginia. Congressman, it’s truly interesting how people feel unsafe. Crime rates are a major concern, particularly among minorities who don’t feel secure in their own neighborhoods.
There was a notable incident in Akron, Ohio, where a forklift operator lifted a car thief off the ground 20 feet into the air at Arlington Auto Wrecking. The robber was subsequently arrested.
Furthermore, there was another distressing incident in Massachusetts, where a high school student suffered severe facial injuries and lost teeth when an opposing male player struck her face with a field hockey ball during a game. The players on the field were visibly distraught. The Democrats have become extremists, losing ground on every issue. They have no successful policies or campaigns that resonate with Virginians or the American people.
Both Virginians and the American people desire safe streets, neighborhoods, and schools, as well as quality education. However, the Democratic Party consistently prioritizes criminals over victims and neglects the role of law enforcement. They also disregard parental involvement in education and oppose school choice.
I believe Virginians will send a clear message to both the country and the Democrats in Virginia that they support the principles championed by Governor Youngkin and the Republicans. Thank you for joining us, Congressman Good. It was a pleasure to have you here..