Democrat Operative Stages White Flag Event Outside of Youngkin’s Tour Bus

Democrats usually can’t win playing by the rules. Therefore, to shift the balance, they have to find other ways to influence people.

Pictures of alleged white supremacists wearing white shirts with Tiki torches were seen outside of gubernatorial Republican candidate Glenn Youngkin’s tour bus in Charlottesville, Virginia.

Democrats saw the photos of the alleged “white supremacists” and spread the picture all over the internet, claiming Youngkin is a neo-Nazi sympathizer. Democrat Rep. Eric Swalwell of California, MSNBC, and several other outlets reported the story.

They claimed a vote for Youngkin is a vote for white supremacy; however, this narrative crumbled very quickly. The “white supremacists” were actually Democrat operatives.

According to investigative journalists, one of the participants in the false flag event was reportedly a financial director for the Young Virginia Democrats organization. Other members of the false flag event are believed to be associated with the Virginia Democrats organization.

The white collared shirts, along with the Tiki torches, were the Democrat operatives’ outfits of choice. That’s because in 2017, during the Unite the Right rally, several white supremacist and neo-Nazi groups gathered around in Charlottesville to protest the statue of Robert E. Lee being torn down.

The stunt by the Democrats proves racism is very unpopular and it shows Democrats even need to hire people to portray hate groups. How pathetic.

Lincoln Project Claims Responsibility

The Lincoln Project, an anti-Trump group led by RINOs, released a statement saying they were behind the incident in Charlottesville, Virginia. In their statement, the group claimed responsibility for the demonstration.

They also said Glenn Younkin stands for everything Trump represents. Trump previously endorsed Glenn Youngkin and will hold a tele-rally on Monday for the Republican candidate.

Not Everybody Believes Lincoln Project is the Mastermind

Several journalists, such as Jack Posobiec and Mike Cernovich, have made claims we shouldn’t be so fast to accept the Lincoln Project’s press release as truth.

They have every right to make these claims too, considering Democrat gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe’s campaign manager just so happened to be the first person to take the photo of the Democrat operatives in front of Youngkin’s bus.

McAuliffe was formerly a chairman of Bill Clinton’s 1996 campaign; he was also the chairman of Hillary’s campaign in 2008. McAuliffe’s furthermore raised over $200 million dollars for the Clintons.

He used close to $1.35 million on a mortgage for the Clintons’ home in Chappaqua, New York. Besides being the Clintons’ lackey, McAuliffe was formerly the Virginia governor from 2014 to 2018; however, he lost his re-election bid to Governor Ralph Northam.

It appears the Clintons’ influence has worn off on McAuliffe. Hopefully, the state of Virginia wakes up and doesn’t vote for a slimy Clinton shadow in the upcoming election on Tuesday.