Barack Obama tried to cover up this rape scandal that could sink the Democrat Party in 2022
Whenever Democrats know they are facing a major problem, they call in Barack Obama.
Obama is the party’s most successful candidate since FDR.
And now Barack Obama tried to cover up this rape scandal that could sink the Democrat Party in 2022.
Barack Obama parachuted into the Virginia gubernatorial election to not only try and rescue struggling Democrat Terry McAuliffe, but to also try and save the Party’s 2022 prospects to hang on to their razor thin House and Senate majorities.
Obama campaigned for McAuliffe as the polls showed McAuliffe locked in a tied race with Republican Glenn Youngkin.
The race broke in Youngkin’s favor after McAuliffe responded to Youngkin’s attacks on Critical Race Theory being taught in schools by claiming that parents had no right to participate in their children’s curriculum.
Obama tried to blunt the damage by claiming Youngkin focused on “phony trumped-up culture wars.”
“We don’t have time to be wasted on these phony trumped-up culture wars, this fake outrage, the right-wing media’s pedals to juice their ratings,” Obama declared.
This turned out to be a huge mistake for Obama.
Obama referred to an episode where police arrested Scott Smith at a June Loudoun County School Board meeting.
The images of police tackling and dragging a bloody Smith out of the meeting became the poster child for the Biden administration’s push to use the FBI and to spy on parents who protested Critical Race Theory and mask mandates at school board meetings.
But this narrative blew up in the Democrats’ faces when it was revealed Smith showed up at the meeting to get answers about why the school board covered up the fact that a boy who wore a skirt to school raped his 14-year-old daughter in the girl’s bathroom.
Obama claimed Youngkin demanding an investigation into a school board covering up a rape of a young girl was avoiding talking about “serious problems that actually affect serious people.”
Suburban voters who swung away from the GOP under Donald Trump are coming back because the pandemic school closures allowed parents to witness firsthand the ideological brainwashing taking place in their children’s classrooms and ignited a fresh wave of political activism that reminded many of the Tea Party wave of 2010.
Republicans see Youngkin winning swing voters on the issues of oppressive mask mandates and banning Critical Race Theory.
A liberal school board covering up a rape because it ran afoul of their pro-transgender agenda crystalized in the minds of many parents that the Left is committed to turning schools into ideological camps even if that comes at the expense of their children’s educational wellbeing and physical safety.