Left Is Upset That They Did Not ‘Defeat Whiteness’ in Election

Could white supremacy be responsible for Youngkin’s victory? Dinesh D’Souza gave several reasons why that can’t be right.

With the post-election blues ringing among the left, there are the usual excuses for why the campaign fell apart. But the latest excuse? Whiteness.

Yep, the same group of people who have accused conservatives of mistreating women are now blaming white women for the latest downfall in Virginia.

But that can’t be right for several reasons. The main reason is that a Republican black woman won the battle for Virginia’s Lt. Gov. How can that prove whiteness won?

Oh, and the battle for Virginia’s attorney general. Won by a Hispanic man for the first time in the state’s history. Again, if alleged whiteness was the factor behind the left’s loss, the outcome would have been much different.

D’Souza showed the whiteness excuse backfires in light of the evidence. We’re looking at a values issue. The values voters supported were those that make America great. That includes how parents are involved in the lives of their children, education and economic policies that help the people of the state.

In addition to the usual concerns, there is also the issue of freedom, especially regarding COVID-19 vaccine mandates.

Check it out and find out the details from the latest video by D’Souza.


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