T-minus 2 days until America is free again – or at the very least our work of rebuilding what Biden tore down will commence. I can almost smell the sweet smell of our constitutional rights once again gracing us with its presence, and Virginia Governor Glenn Youngkin (R) feels the same way by the looks of things.
The America-first Governor, who rose to fame by restoring faith in the education system in Virginia by handing rights back to the parents, said voters on Tuesday will send a “wake-up call” to President Joe Biden by returning GOP majorities to both chambers.
“I think there will be a larger majority in the House than people may have thought a few months ago,” the Republican governor said on ABC’s “This Week.” “I hope that President Biden sees what Americans are going to say to him on Tuesday, which is ‘we’re not happy’ and we need a different agenda.”
Youngkin, though, refused to speculate about talk of a GOP-controlled House pushing to impeach Biden, saying he’s focused on his job as a governor.
When asked what he thinks about Trump running again for the White House, Youngkin said that this is a Nov. 8 moment” and people thinking beyond that are “missing the priority of today’s moment.”
He also said he’s not supporting anyone at this time in the 2024 race, and wouldn’t say if he’s planning to run himself for the White House at some point.