Kamala Harris continues to unravel on the national stage.
Democrats grow nervous as the chances increase every day that Harris will take over for Joe Biden in 2024.
And now Kamala Harris made one election prediction that completely blew up in her face.
Virginia Democrat Terry McAuliffe called in a slew of big-name Democrats to parachute into the Old Dominion in a failed effort to save his doomed gubernatorial campaign.
Barack Obama, Stacey Abrams and Joe Biden all stumped for McAuliffe.
None made bigger headlines than Kamala Harris.
But Harris ended up in the news for all the wrong reasons.
At one of McAuliffe’s final low-energy rallies Harris predicted that the Virginia election would preview the outcomes of the 2022 and 2024 elections.
“What happens in Virginia will, in large part, determine what happens in 2022, 2024, and on,” Harris told a small crowd.
Harris and the Democrats ended up eating those words.
Joe Biden carried the Commonwealth of Virginia by 10 points in 2020 fueled by 53 to 45 margins in the Virginia suburbs.
But McAuliffe alienated suburban voters by declaring in a debate that parents should not be telling teachers what to teach in the classroom and defended the racist critical race theory – which brainwashes children into believing the lie that America is a racist nation as well as to hate other children based on their race.
Republican Glenn Youngkin hammered McAuliffe over COVID school closures, mask and vaccine mandates, critical race theory, and the cover-up by the Loudoun County School Board of a biological male wearing a skirt raping a 14-year-old girl in a girls’ bathroom to win the suburban vote back into the GOP column.
Youngkin defeated McAuliffe 51 to 49 percent and engineered a 14-point swing in the suburbs carrying them 53 to 47.
Kamala Harris’ words proved prophetic as Youngkin provided Republicans with a playbook to win statewide in purple and blue states.
Youngkin showed that leaning into the culture war – opposing critical race theory and transgender bathrooms – while opposing tyrannical mask and vaccine mandates can create wedge issues in the suburbs to pry swing voters away from the Democrats by appealing to their roles as parents and fatigue with Joe Biden and Dr. Fauci’s endless fear mongering.
Cook Political Report election analyst David Wasserman explained that if the swing towards Republicans in Virginia state House races occurred next year the GOP would win one of the biggest landslides in midterm history.
“In VA, GOP House of Delegates candidates outperformed the ’20 Biden/Trump margin in their districts by a median of 12.3 pts. If that swing were superimposed nationally, Rs would pick up 51 House seats. That’s how awful the political environment is for Dems right now,” Wasserman wrote on Twitter.
Republican National Committee Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel dunked on Harris after the election by mocking Harris for correctly predicting that Youngkin’s win in Virginia set up Republicans for strong 2022 and 2024 election cycles with control of the House, the Senate and the White House up for grabs.
“Kamala Harris last week while campaigning in Virginia: ‘What happens in Virginia will in large part determine what happens in 2022, 2024, and on.’ Virginians sent a resounding message rebuking Democrats. The red wave is here!” McDaniel posted on social media.
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