Any chance that Terry McAuliffe had of winning an election where he has slipped behind his Republican counterpart may have gone out the window with his final message before election day.
McAuliffe wrapped up his campaign for Virginia governor by insisting the state has too many white teachers and they need to be replaced.
McAuliffe’s closing message: Va has too many white teachers
“50% of the students at Va. schools K-12, 50% are students of color & yet 80 percent of teachers are white. We all know what we have to do in a school to make everybody feel comfortable in school. So, let’s diversify” pic.twitter.com/TJC2beResW
— Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) November 1, 2021
“We’ve got to diversify our teacher base here in Virginia,” McAuliffe said during a rally on Monday. “Fifty percent of students at Virginia schools — K-12 — 50 percent are students of color and yet 80 percent of the teachers are white.”
“We all know what we have to do in a school to make everybody feel comfortable in school,” McAuliffe continued. “So, let’s diversify!”
“So, here’s what I’m going to do. We’ll be the first state in America — if you’ll teach for five years here in Virginia in a high-demand area, whether that be geographic or course work, we will pay room, board, tuition, at any college, any university, any HBCU [historically black colleges and universities] here in the commonwealth of Virginia.”
McAuliffe is going to give non-white teachers endless government checks while white ones get only hatred, scorn and pink slips.
“Diversity” demands it.