Fox News just revealed Democrat operatives tried to spike a big Virginia election story about a toxic DNC figure’s new role

The Democrats are a dumpster fire.

Their policies are failing but instead of reversing course, they’ve just ramped up their media manipulation campaigns.

And you won’t believe Democrat operatives’ attempt to spike a big Virginia election story at Fox News about a toxic DNC figure.

Former Virginia governor Terry McAuliffe looked like a shoe-in to reclaim his seat, but now he could be staring defeat in the eyes.

Republican challenger Glenn Youngkin closed in on and passed McAuliffe in virtually every poll in closing days of the campaign, as the Democrats grew more desperate.

The ballot count is underway but the Democrats have an answer for unfavorable results and his name is Marc Elias.

The McAuliffe Campaign brought in a hot-shot DNC election lawyer, known for not only his role in the DNC’s 2020 election legal challenges but also for hiring Christopher Steele’s Fusion GPS firm.

Democrats used the resulting so-called Steele Dossier’s fictions to harass Trump for his entire presidency and drag the country through two impeachment trials.

Elias’ former partner has been indicted by special counsel John Durham in his ongoing probe.

When Fox News found out about McAuliffe’s new hire, his campaign operatives tried to have the story spiked.

From Fox News:

“Virginia Democratic gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe’s campaign raised eyebrows by spending nearly $60,000 to hire a high-profile attorney known for masterminding election-related legal challenges. When Fox News sent the campaign a request for comment, the McAuliffe campaign scrambled to ‘kill’ the story, according to emails mistakenly sent to Fox News.”

This is the latest gaffe made by McAuliffe and the Democrats.

Recently, the former governor got caught on a conference call admitting Joe Biden was “unpopular” in the state.

He also said that parents shouldn’t play a role in their children’s education.

And Virginia Democrats, possibly in cahoots with the detestable Lincoln Project con artists, orchestrated a failed political stunt to portray Youngkin supporters as white supremacists.

Fox News continued:

“Less than a month before Election Day, McAuliffe’s campaign spent $53,680 on the services of the Elias Law Group, a firm that Marc Elias started earlier this year,” Fox News previously reported… “Elias had formerly worked as a partner at the law firm Perkins Coie, which the Hillary Clinton campaign hired in 2016 in order to conduct opposition research on Donald Trump – research that included the infamous Christopher Steele dossier. Republicans have accused Elias of lying to hide the Clinton campaign’s role in funding the dossier.”

Perkins Coie is a powerhouse Democrat law firm that was knee-deep in Russiagate.

If shenanigans pop up in Virginia, it will be clear where they started.

Stay tuned to Unmuzzled News for any updates to this ongoing story.

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