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The Loudoun County “gender-fluid” rape story was a raging fire the liberal media were desperately pretending wasn’t happening as their candidate for governor Terry McAuliffe (D) was floundering. But on Tuesday, county high school students staged a walkout to protest the liberal school board that tried to cover up the attacks. The walkout and a guilty verdict against the attacker went unmentioned by the broadcast networks.
Instead of reporting on the Virginia scandal that could help swing the tight gubernatorial race to Republican Glenn Youngkin, ABC’s World News Tonight hyped a guy who found and bought his mother’s old '71 Cutlass Supreme. On CBS Evening News, anchor Norah O’Donnell was too busy gushing about a Japanese princess that declined a dowry and lost her title.
Meanwhile, NBC Nightly News was trying to keep McAuliffe’s campaign afloat in the final week of the campaign. In addition to parroting the talking point that his contempt for parents at a debate was “taken out of context,” and ignoring Youngkin’s surge in the polls, chief White House correspondent Kristen Welker touted how the Democratic plan to tie Youngkin to former President Trump was “working.”