Virginia Yard Signs: ‘Keep Parents Out Of Classrooms — Vote McAuliffe’

On Monday, the Gateway Pundit reported that yard signs are popping up across Virginia that read, “Keep parents out of classrooms,” followed by, “Vote McAuliffe” and “Keep Virginia Blue.”

According to Jim Hoft, the signs are being put up by supporters of Democrat Terry McAuliffe, who single-handedly changed the course of the gubernatorial campaign by saying parents should not be allowed to tell schools what to teach.

“I’m not gonna let parents come to schools and actually take books out and make their own decision,” McAuliffe said during a debate with his Republican opponent, Glenn Youngkin. “I don’t think parents should be telling schools what they should teach.”

Photos of the signs made their way to Twitter:

It’s not known exactly how many of these signs are actually out there, and it’s not known who, exactly, paid for them, since there doesn’t appear to be anything on the signs that provides that information.  Some on Twitter who appear to be McAuliffe supporters claim the signs are fake.

There’s absolutely no evidence to support that notion either, but it’s one we expect desperate Democrats will push from now to election day.


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