Joe Biden will not be holding any public events today following his return from Europe, nor will the White House be holding any press briefings, following the devastating Democrat electoral failure in Virginia and across the country last night.
Biden and the White House are remaining out of public view following devastating losses for Democrats in Virginia and across the country in last night’s off year elections.
Both Biden and Kamala Harris predicted major Democrat victories, and Harris made the critical mistake of predicting the results of Virginia would set expectations for the 2022 midterms and eventual 2024 presidential election.
Last night and into this morning it has become clear that Democrats suffered a devastating blow, losing all three statewide elections and the Virginia House of Delegates to the Republican Party. Now, Biden and the White House are remaining silent.
No public events for Joe Biden today and no WH press briefing.
— Charlie Spiering (@charliespiering) November 3, 2021
While Virginia was being swept by Republicans last night, Biden arrived back in the United States following the globalist “climate change” COP26 Summit, where he was so sleepy that he fell asleep in the middle of it, as National File reported.
Biden appears to fall asleep during COP26 opening speeches pic.twitter.com/az8NZTWanI
— Zach Purser Brown (@zachjourno) November 1, 2021
Republican Glenn Youngkin delivered a victory against Clinton-allied Democrat Terry McAuliffe, initially contested the election. As National File reported, McAuliffe conceded the election this morning after a strange election night speech where pundits remarked on his wine-colored lips and “weird little dance” as he slurred his speech and ultimately failed to concede the election, insisting that more votes must be counted.
With massive same day voting advantages, Republicans will now be Virginia’s next governor, lieutenant governor, and attorney general in a rebuke of Democrats, and specifically, their radically anti-American and racist education policies in Virginia’s public schools.
Youngkin achieved victory by more than 10 percentage points when the race was called, beating McAuliffe by 55.1% to the loser Democrat’s 44.3% of the vote. Fringe candidate Princess Blanding received 0.7% of the vote.