July 7, 2022

Bill O’Reilly predicts McAuliffe will lose Virginia governor’s battle

Conservative commentator Bill O’Reilly said Monday that he believes Virginia Democratic Gov. Terry McAuliffe will lose in his battle against Republican candidate Glenn Youngkin.

O’Reilly shared the remarks on “Eric Bolling: The Balance” regarding the upcoming battle in the hotly contested race.

”The poor father in Loudoun County whose daughter was raped, that’s going to cause McAuliffe to lose, so Youngkin will beat him eight days from today,” O’Reilly said.

”If McAuliffe loses, that’s huge. That’s a big, big negative for the Democratic Party,” O’Reilly added.

O’Reilly also had strong words for coronavirus expert Dr. Anthony Fauci.

”I don’t know what Fauci knew. But I know enough to say that I don’t trust the man. I don’t think 95% of Americans trust him, so why is he there? Get rid of him. His credibility is gone,” O’Reilly said.

The controversial election has largely focused on public education. Loudoun County has become a particular area of focus, debating critical race theory, transgender issues and most recently, a rape allegation that has led to outrage among parents.

The state and nation will soon discover if O’Reilly is right. If so, it will send a clear signal against the left’s agenda headed into 2022.

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