Virginia is home to this year’s biggest, most contested political race. That means the Old Dominion is also home to campaign trackers—staffers who follow the opposing candidate hoping to record a gaffe or worse.
Despite that reality, the McAuliffe campaign was none too happy to see a conservative activist filming their candidate last night. Although they claimed that the tracker was trespassing, nearby police officers weren’t interested in intervening.
WATCH: Terry McAuliffe campaign staff on power trip threatens to get America Rising tracker arrested: ‘We can get the cop to trespass you if that’s what you want”
Cops actually do nothing, because the tracker did nothing wrong. pic.twitter.com/O6grmfGhIx
— Brent Scher (@BrentScher) November 2, 2021
But that’s not all, as Townhall’s Katie Pavlich explains:
At a separate event Monday night, reporters were blocked from asking the campaign questions just hours ahead of voters heading to the polls Tuesday morning.
VIDEO: McAuliffe campaign staffers blocked the media from asking the former governor any questions after his election eve rally this evening #news #politics #electioneve #TerryMcAuliffe #GlennYoungkin #virginia #election pic.twitter.com/xvKVotVnAN
— Nicholas A Ballasy (@NicholasBallasy) November 2, 2021
McAuliffe also canceled a campaign stop Monday that was scheduled for Virginia Beach.
On the Eve of the #VAGov Election, @TerryMcAuliffe cancels his event in #VirginiaBeach and @GlennYoungkin packs the house.
This is because parents have agreed that the government doesn’t own their kids, & they’re speaking out LOUD.#TakeBackYourKids#WeWantLiberty#SchoolChoice https://t.co/JrHlTvpgRk
— Daniel Alders (@Daniel_Alders) November 2, 2021
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