Public School Porn: No Proof, McAuliffe (Dem) Accuses Youngkin (Rep) of Racism Regarding Required Reading Novel

You knew it was only a matter of time…

In the hotly contested gubernatorial race in Virginia, ex-Clinton insider Terry McAuliffe finally pulled the race card against GOP candidate Glenn Youngkin.

In a tweet (below) shot out today, McAuliffe plainly claims that Youngkin is aiming at “silencing the voices of Black authors” as well as using “Trumpian dog whistles”.

Sadly for McAuliffe, he falls short of anything even coming close to proof.

The straws that the Democrat is grasping at is a commercial (below) that Youngkin recently sponsored featuring Fairfax County hausfrau Laura Murphy.

As it turns out, TheHill.com cites that Murphy attempted nearly a decade ago to “require schools to tell parents if books in their child’s curriculum contained explicit content and allow students to opt out of reading the material”;

Virginia Republican gubernatorial candidate Glenn Youngkin released a new ad on Monday featuring a mother who pushed to have the 1987 novel “Beloved” banned from her son’s English curriculum in Fairfax County roughly eight years ago.

Laura Murphy is the centerpiece of the 60-second ad, titled “McAuliffe Shut Us Out,” which details her push to require schools to tell parents if books in their child’s curriculum contained explicit content and allow students to opt out of reading the material. Murphy said she met with lawmakers, who agreed with her on the issue.

“It was bipartisan. It gave parents a say, the option to choose an alternative for my children,” Murphy said. “But then Gov. Terry McAuliffe vetoed it twice. He doesn’t think parents should have a say. He said that. He shut us out.”

But McAuliffe’s weak-assed attempt at playing connect-the-dots doesn’t end there.

“Beloved” most certainly was a Pulitzer Prize winning novel penned by black author Toni Morrison back in 1988. Even Pulitzer.org cites Morrison winning a whopping $3,000 prize in the category of “an American author, preferably dealing with American life.

I get the distinct impression… “The Great Gatsby”, it ain’t. But here’s where things get downright creepy.

What McAuliffe isn’t telling people is that “Beloved” is required reading for high school advanced Lit students. The fictional novel also has some hard-core passages regarding rape, infant murder, and also humans having sex with animals.

As reported by the New York Post;

“Beloved,” written by the late Toni Morrison in 1987, tells the story of a family of former slaves and features explicit scenes of bestiality, sex, violence and infanticide. It has been assigned to juniors and seniors in some advanced placement literature classes in high school.

Please keep in mind that even though Murphy never attempted to have “Beloved” banned (instead asking simply for parental notification), many Establishment Media organizations still outright lie, running sensationalized headlines claiming that Murphy sought the banning of “Beloved”;

  • Huffington Post – Mom Who Wanted To Ban ‘Beloved’ Featured In New Glenn Youngkin Ad
  • ViceMom Who Tried to Ban Toni Morrison’s ‘Beloved’ Is Now a GOP Star
  • AlternetRepublican attack ad features Virginia mother who wanted to ban a classic novel from her son’s class
  • The Daily BeastGOP Candidate Puts Up New Campaign Ad With Mom Who Tried to Ban ‘Beloved’ From Schools
  • New York Magazine/IntelligencerGlenn Youngkin’s Closing Message: Ban Toni Morrison From Schools
  • Even the supposedly right-leaning The HillYoungkin ad features mother who pushed to have ‘Beloved’ banned from son’s curriculum

One would think these supposed “news” organizations would be ashamed of themselves… but lying to and the brainwashing of the American people is simply second nature to them.




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