Joe Biden blasted Donald Trump’s supporters on Wednesday for the crushing defeat in Virginia of Democrat Terry McAuliffe. He suggested that if his agenda was passed before Election Day, it may have resulted in different results. 

“I believe it should have passed prior to Election Day, but I don’t think I would have been able to change the number of very conservative people who turned out and red districts that were Trump voters. Nevertheless, maybe,” the president stated during a White House event Wednesday.

When asked if Democrats should have won in Virginia considering Biden won it by 10 points in 2020, the president said: ‘I know we did, but we also – I was running against Donald Trump.’

Biden stated that Trump’s support continues to influence his life, and that it is affecting their lives every single day.

‘People are upset and uncertain about a lot of things – from COVID to school to jobs to a whole range of things, and the cost of a gallon of gasoline,’ the president said.

Since Tuesday evening’s election, Democratic Party factions have been playing the blame game.

The establishment former Governor Terry McAuliffe was blamed by the left-leaning Democrat party. Ilhan Omar (progressive) insists that the Democratic Party needs more left-leaning members to win future elections.

Biden spoke out about the Virginia election at the COP26 in Glasgow on Tuesday. I believe we will win in Virginia. It’s very close. It’s all about who shows up and who comes out.

‘Granted, I did win by an impressive margin [in Virginia], but the point of the matter is I think that this is going to be – what we all knew from the beginning – it’s going to be a tight race. He said that it was tight as voters went out Tuesday to cast their ballots.

Wednesday’s short remarks by Biden were made at the White House about Wednesday’s Centers for Disease Control and Prevention approval for children ages 5-11 to receive the coronavirus vaccination.

Rather than being able to celebrate that win for his administration, Biden’s day was mired by the losses in Virginia – where Republican candidates for governor, lieutenant governor and attorney general won in a state that has been increasingly blue the last few elections.

Joe Biden blamed Donald Trump's supporters for Democrat Terry McAuliffe losing the Virginia gubernatorial race to Republican Glenn Youngkin. The president speaks at the White House on Wednesday

Joe Biden criticized Donald Trump’s supporters for Democrat Terry McAuliffe’s defeat in the Virginia gubernatorial election to Republican Glenn Youngkin. On Wednesday, the president spoke at the White House

Biden was celebrating on Wednesday the new CDC approval for the  use of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccines to be used on children aged 5-11

Biden stated Wednesday that “Yesterday reminded” him of one of his sacred rights, the right to vote.

He said, “And remember,” he added, “that all of us have a responsibility and obligation to accept the legitimacy these elections.”

McAullife received a record number of votes, even though he lost the election. The president called McAullife to express his gratitude.

Anyone under 12 years of age in the United States was not allowed to get COVID-19 vaccinations before Tuesday night. This led to nationwide mandates for school-age children to wear masks at all times. The new approval allows children aged 5-11 to receive the Pfizer vaccine. 

Progressive Democrats blamed their party for not doing enough to combat the Republican’s ‘race-baiting bulls***’ as factions played the blame game for McAuliffe’s crushing defeat in Virginia and a close gubernatorial race in New Jersey on Tuesday night.

Senator Tim Kaine (D.Ohio), said that he hoped that his colleagues would treat this dismal showing as the ‘Ghost of Christmas Future. Moderates called for an end of in-fighting with Biden’s agenda still being stalled and his approval rating plummeting. 

Even the mainstream media was critical of the results. CNN reported that Biden had returned to America to a political nightmare’. The New York Times suggested that Trump’s falling approval rating influenced the dismal showing. The Washington Post confirmed that the coalition that propelled Democrats to victory over Trump in 2020.

Lisa Lerer, of The NY Times, wrote that Democrats are facing a menacing thunder. ‘The Republican resurgence on Tuesday in Virginia — a state that President Biden won by 10 percentage points last year — and surprising strength in solidly blue New Jersey offer a vivid warning of the storm clouds gathering as Democrats look warily to the horizon.’

The establishment Gov. was blamed by the left flank of the Democrats. Terry McAuliffe – in a race where Youngkin hammered the Democrats on Critical Race Theory, parental control of the school curriculum and made huge gains on Donald Trump with white women and the suburbs while holding his base.

Omar, a member of the ‘Squad’ (D-Minn), let it be known that she believes the party’s establishment wing in Virginia. This comes on the night when voters in her Minneapolis district rejected a proposal for replacing the cops by a public safety agency.

She retweeted the comment of Twitter user Secular Talk, saying “Can’t Wait for the left to blame for a not-at-all left democrat losing D+10 states.” She added a slapstick emoji. 

A statement by Battle Barn Collective – far-left coalition including Justice Democrats, Battle Born Collective, and Sunrise movement – called Virginia results a “shellacking” that should be a wake-up call for the party. McAuliffe called McAuliffe’s campaign “milquetoast”.

‘Terry McAuliffe ran the milquetoast campaign he wanted to run — where every other word he uttered was ‘Donald Trump’ instead of focusing on the issues voters cared about the most,’ they said in a statement.  What happened in Virginia is an example of what happens when Democrats fail take on the GOP’s divide-and conquer racism and motivate people. 

McAuliffe’s campaign was not a comprehensive pro worker economic message. Instead, it was a direct attack on a private equity magnate. It didn’t offer any positive message about Virginians’ future four-year outlook. It had no rebuttal to Republican race-baiting bull****. Simply put, it was a campaign meant to fail.

On the other side, Joe Manchin (centrist Democrat) from West Virginia urged Democrats that they use Virginia’s events to remind them to be more focused on the constituents of their state.  

He stated that the results in the governor’s race and all the way down the ballot were ‘unbelievable’, and was evidence that people are concerned about inflation. 

The infighting revealed sharp divisions over President Biden’s $1.75 trillion Build back Better plan. This plan remains stalled despite the warnings of seasoned Democrats about harsh repercussions if it fails to unify and produce results. 

Youngkin’s win over McAuliffe, who conceded Wednesday morning after the smack-down in a state Biden won by 10 points just a year ago, coincided with months of internal bickering over Build Back Better – which had yet to get a House vote as of Wednesday and didn’t have a sign-off from two crucial Democratic senators.

Outside groups and veteran Democrats are warning the party not to continue the endless parade of sausage-making, or face an unsettling off-year election if they don’t have the right weapons. 

Virginia Senator Tim Kaine, who was a former chairperson of the Democratic National Committee, under Barack Obama, lamented that legislative action had failed and said it made an impact in his state.  

McAuliffe stated that McAuliffe would have had a lot of wind in his sails if Democrats had been willing and able to negotiate the deal. So I’m just stating that I hope my coworkers accept the notion that Democrats can have the majority but not delay, dither, do nothing, divide. 

He said, “I hope the Dems see this as the Ghost of Christmas Future Experience – like this doesn’t have to be what the future should be but if your ways don’t change, this isn’t the future will become.” 

US Democratic Representative Ilhan Omar speaks to the press on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, October 28, 2021, after a meeting of the Congressional Progressive Caucus. She sent out a retweet anticipating progressives would be blamed for the loss in Virginia

After a meeting of Congressional Progressive Caucus members, Ilhan Omar, a US Democratic Representative speaks to the press in Washington, DC on October 28, 2021. She sent out a retweet anticipating that progressives were to blame for the Virginia loss.

Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.) retweeted a comment by a Twitter user who predicted the left would get blamed for former Gov. Terry McAuliffe's defeat

Rep. Ilhanomar (D-Minn.), retweeted a comment made by a Twitter user, who predicted that the left would be blamed for former Gov. Terry McAuliffe was defeated

Republican Glenn Youngkin’s win over Democrat Terry McAuliffe has Democratic lawmakers calling for the party to end its display of sausage-making and hurry to act on Joe Biden’s agenda, or face dissatisfied voters in 2022

“We told you so”: The far-left Battle Born Collective’s statement about the defeat in Virginia 

Tonight, Terry McAuliffe was defeated in his bid to become Governor of Virginia. The following statement was released by Battle Born Collective and Justice Democrats, Sunrise Movement and United We Dream Action in response to McAuliffe’s loss for Governor of Virginia. 

We said so.

What happened in Virginia shows what happens when Democrats fail take on the GOP’s divide-and conquer racism and motivate people for voting. McAuliffe’s campaign did not have a comprehensive pro-worker economic message. It was against a literal private capital magnate. It didn’t offer any positive message about Virginians’ future four-year outlook. It had no rebuttal to Republican race-baiting bull***. Simply put, it was a campaign meant to fail.

‘Terry McAuliffe ran the milquetoast campaign he wanted to run—where every other word he uttered was ‘Donald Trump’ instead of focusing on the issues voters cared about the most. DC’s establishment consolidated support for their one-time rainmaker, and by doing so left out two historic events.

There are two candidates for the same office. There should be no excuses or questions about why certain demographics didn’t turn out. Terry McAuliffe offered a uninspired return to yesterday while voters were focused on the future.

“This was a controlled experiment to see what not to do in 2022. This is what it looks to Democrats when they get caught flat-footed, and allow Republicans to dictate the terms by creating a fake “education crises.” This does not have to happen. It is possible to still adopt an inclusive economic message that doesn’t make racist dog whistles. It is possible to continue fighting for the same voters that fueled Democratic victories in 2020.

Democrats should take this as a wake-up call: Give people something to do when they go to the polls.

Or, you can watch yourself become the exact thing they overwhelmingly vote for



Sen. Chris Coons, D-Del., stated that “The Build Back better bill as it was presented in the Senate or House is going to address the needs of working families and reduce their costs. It will also combat inflation in a positive manner.”MSNBC spoke with, a Biden ally.

“I would urge them to vote for it because then we’d be able to run on something real.”

James C. Clyburn to Punchbowl is the House Majority Whip. He is a Biden ally and serves as the chief voter counter in the House. Punchbowl was asked about Tuesday’s results. 

California Democratic Rep. Scott Peters, who knocked off a GOP incumbent in 2012 in a San Diego seat that trended Democratic, told Politico after watching Youngkin’s big win: ‘We have to show we can govern.’

He added that the picture was of Democrats fighting with each other. “That’s probably not the best way to present yourself.” He stated that he hopes there is more working towards agreement, as we did today, than openly sparring.

The House GOP campaign arm announced the expansion of its target list for Democrats it would invest in defeating next year. 

Tuesday night saw members of the party’s progressive wing, who had been fighting two Senate centrists over President Joe Biden’s Built Back Better plan, try to blame McAuliffe’s defeat on establishment Democrats. McAuliffe is a long-standing fundraiser for Bill and Hillary Clinton.  

Julian Castro, an ex-Housing Secretary and defeated 2020 presidential contender, stated to MSNBC, “There has been lots of oxygen spent blaming progressives, suggesting that perhaps the best bet for us is always a centerist candidate. We need to rethink this. 

There were many prescriptions for the center-right. 

Sen. Joe Manchin stated Wednesday that it was amazing to see the changes in Virginia.

According to the Hill, he stated, “I think it should become a call to all people to be more attentive back home.” “I’ve been saying it for many, many years, people have concerns, people care.”

Third Way’s executive director Matt Bennett pointed out the inability of the Democratic Party to address the big ticket items in a statement.

‘On stasis, the inability of Democrats – so far, at least – to deliver on the promises Joe Biden made last year is an unforced error,’ he wrote. It is time to end the months of infighting and sausage-making. These historic bills must be passed. Then, explain how they will create jobs, reduce taxes, and help working families get the necessities. As our most recent public opinion research indicates, [see below]The voters don’t know what’s in the bills. What they think they know, they often don’t like.

Ron Klain (Biden’s Twitter-engaged chief o staff) liked his analysis.   

It was a call to action that was also endorsed by party centrist Josh Gottheimer of New Jersey – although centrist demands over repealing a cap on a state and local tax deduction that helps homeowners in high-wealth states like his were among myriad sticking points that have kept legislation bottled up.  

He pointed out the New Jersey governor’s election, where incumbent Phil Murphy held a small lead in a state that Biden won by 16 percent.

“In the end, first and foremost, Gov. Murphy will win reelection. His message to MSNBC was that Murphy would win. “Frankly, it all starts right now.  

Youngkin kisses his wife Suzanne as they finish speaking onstage stage at an election-night rally at the Westfields Marriott Washington Dulles

Youngkin kisses Suzanne as he leaves the stage at an election-night rally held at Westfields Marriott Washington Dulles.

Virginia Gov.-elect Glenn Youngkin greets supporters at an election night party in Chantilly early on Wednesday

Glenn Youngkin, Virginia Governor-elect, greets supporters at an early Wednesday election night party in Chantilly

President Joe Biden walks on the South Lawn as he arrives at the White House early Wednesday

President Joe Biden arrives at Andrews Air Force Base, Md., early Wednesday after the Democratic defeat in Virginia

President Joe Biden arrives at Andrews Air Force Base (Md.) early Wednesday morning. He walked up South Lawn after the devastating Democratic loss in Virginia. 

'We need to get these things done,' Democratic Whip Rep. James C. Clyburn said

“We have to get these things done,” said James Clyburn, Democratic Whip Rep.

Democratic Sen. Chris Coons (Del.) spoke of the need for the party to 'have something real to run on' next year

'People want action,' said Rep. Josh Gottheimer (D-N.J.)

Democratic Sen. Chris Coons (Del. Democratic Sen. Chris Coons (Del.) spoke out about the need for the party’s next year to have’something real to run on.

Nancy Pelosi, House Speaker is pushing to close deals this week. But in a ‘Dear Colleague’ letter to lawmakers, she indicated he wants to revive one of the key priorities of progressive lawmakers – even though it slammed into problems in the Senate. 

“Because I was informed by a Senator opposing a few priorities in our bill, and because we must have legislation approved by the House and Senate in the final version Build Back Better Act we will send to President’s desk,” she wrote.

She also wrote that she had asked Richard Neal, Ways and Means Chairman, ‘for Paid Family and Medical Leaves to be Included’ in the House Rules Committee’s legislation. 

McAuliffe also called on Congress to pass key legislation in the last weeks of his race. It is unclear, however, if a deal would make a difference in an area where Youngkin pulled ahead by stressing hot school and social issues. McAuliffe tried tying him to Donald Trump. 

Wednesday morning’s results were not understood by Sen. Joe Manchin (D.W.Va.). He was still not satisfied with key elements of the budget package as of Tuesday. He was concerned about new tax proposals to increase revenue and immigration provisions. 

If McAuliffe interprets McAuliffe’s loss as a call not to give up, it could hamper party leaders’ goal of quickly passing legislation through the House. 

“Currently going through seven stages of grief!” Liberal hosts are roast online for their election night meltdown following the victory of Republican Youngkin 

Social media has criticised liberal news hosts for their meltdown’ when results showed that Republican Glenn Youngkin was going home victorious in Virginia.

Youngkin, 54, pulled off a remarkable upset to beat Terry McAuliffe. He led by 2.1 points with 99.9% of the votes counted. He is the state’s new red governor since 2009.  

CNN and MSNBC host Jake Tapper couldn’t contain their shock at McAuliffe being defeated. Tapper looked at a map of election results and said flatly: “Oh my God!”

Joy Reid, a MSNBC Commentator, joined Rachel Maddow as she launched an extraordinary tirade against dangerous’ Republicans. She warned that voting Youngkin – a’soft white racist – could lead to more ’hardcore racism’.

Van Jones stated that Youngkin was like the Delta variant to Trump. He said that it’s the “same disease, but spreads much faster and can get to a lot more places.”

Conservative commentators on Twitter expressed their shock and disappointment at the outcome. Radio host Buck Sexton compared it to the seven stages of grief.

Sexton tweeted, ‘MSNBC is currently going though the seven stages grief on an endless loop. This is happening in real-time. It’s amazing, highly recommended.  

Commentator Joy Reid (pictured) was joining Rachel Maddow on MSNBC and launched an astonishing tirade against 'dangerous' Republicans, warning that voting for Youngkin - 'a soft white nationalist' - was a gateway to more 'hardcore nationalism.'

Joy Reid, a MSNBC commentator, joined Rachel Maddow (pictured) and launched an amazing tirade against dangerous’ Republicans. She warned that voting for Youngkin – ‘a soft-white nationalist’ – would open the door to more ‘hardcore countryalism.

Over on CNN, Van Jones said that Youngkin was to Trump what the Delta variant was to Covid-19, saying it's the 'same disease, but spreads a lot faster and can get a lot more places'

Van Jones, CNN’s Van Jones, said that Youngkin was to Trump the Delta variant was for Covid-19. He said it’s the same disease but spreads faster and can reach a lot more people.

Ann Coulter tweeted: “If you want a treat, turn to MSNBC,” as results began favoring Republicans across key races. 

Kyle Smith, National Review critic, said that ‘Every conservative I know watches MSNBC.  

Meghan McCain stated, “MSNBC is on nothing but an emotional journey towards Narnia tonight.” 

Others shared their favorite GIFs of Donald Trump with commentators. The former President pointed at a reporter and said, ‘Wrong.’ Or footage of him laughing out loud.

One user, USA Live Free or Die tweeted a series emojis that made him laugh with the caption: “Melting down.” 

Jones, a former Obama administration official said to CNN colleagues: “The stakes are high. We will find out after the Virginia election results are in. Have we seen the rise of the Delta version of Trumpism? 

Youngkin, in other words, is the same disease but can spread faster and reach more places. 

Later, he took to Twitter to clarify the incendiary comment.

“My point is that I believe demagoguing is a way to play on racial fear.” [critical race theory]Further dangerous aspects of Trumpism, just with a friendlier form,” he wrote. ‘Didn’t mean to imply human beings are disease. 

MSNBC’s Reid also attacked Youngkin’s stance against critical-race theory being taught at schools, claiming it revealed a thinly disguised racism.

Republican Glenn Youngkin pulled off a stunning upset in Virginia to beat out Democrat Terry McAuliffe, the Associated Press projected around 1am on Wednesday morning. 'Alrighty Virginia we won this thing,' Youngkin shouted in his victory speech

According to the Associated Press projections, Glenn Youngkin won a dramatic upset in Virginia to beat Terry McAuliffe. This was around 1 AM on Wednesday morning. Youngkin shouted, “Alrighty Virginia, we won this thing,” in his victory speech

Youngkin thanks his family after giving his victory speech at the Westfields Marriott Hotel

Youngkin thanks his family for his victory speech at Westfields Marriott Hotel