Glenn Youngkin: Virginia has been ‘ground zero’ in parents standing up for their children

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Glenn Youngkin, the Virginia gubernatorial candidate who is competing towards Terry McAuliffe, has accused his Democrat rival of trying to eliminate mothers and fathers from their children’s education. He joined “The Ingraham Angle” on Monday to discuss the situation.

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GLENN YOUNGKIN: “Laura, you have shined a incredibly brilliant mild with your great coverage of what has been likely on in northern Virginia faculties, and significantly in Loudoun County. It is been ground zero for mom and dad standing up for the legal rights of their small children to have their educational institutions open to not be taught a political agenda but in its place, have a real curriculum to have sexually express products taken out of the kids’ educating materials. And all of a sudden, Laura, we see that our youngsters are not protected any more. We in fact see a faculty board and a Commonwealth’s attorney probably have included up a true violent crime, sexual assault in colleges. And so tomorrow evening, we’re bringing folks jointly all in excess of northern Virginia and we’re likely to lay out a program, Laura…and Virginia’s youngsters just can’t wait around any more time. They cannot wait any longer simply because Terry McAuliffe’s plan that he specially acknowledged that he thinks that mothers and fathers do not have the right to be engaged in their kid’s education and learning. In actuality, he wishes the government to stand involving mother and father and their little ones. So tomorrow evening, we’re heading to lay out our actions ahead in purchase to go to operate for Virginia’s young children now. They just can’t wait until Jan. 15, Laura.”