Now that all is said and done…does anyone know Glenn Youngkin’s plan to resolve the pandemic?
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Short answer here is that he doesn’t have one. He never did. Banning vaccine mandates is not a plan and no one really bothered to ask him for one

Nov 3, 2021 · 10:40 PM UTC

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Letting Republicans constantly say “no” without being forced to come up with an alternative solution is not good strategy and it needs to be capitalized on
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Replying to @Ally_Sammarco
Of course he doesn't have a plan. Repubs don't even pretend to run on any policy.
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What’s pathetically funny is that Youngkin’s going to try to ignore all of it & hope it just goes away & he doesn’t have to govern at all. But Trump will soon begin attacking Youngkin because he’ll see Youngkin as a threat for 2024. Watch.
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I assumed his plan was “what do you mean, the pandemic will be over” and honestly, a decent number of voters would have been happy to hear that, as incorrect as it is
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A federal mandate on vaccines over rules a states. All the governors know this.
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Here are some substantive questions being asked not to long ago, but his answers are really deflections. He offers plans for hypothetical redos, and critiques the last leadership etc. states.aarp.org/virginia/you…
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I'm pretty sure JB said he was going to shut it down... how's that going?
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Perhaps that was part of his "attraction"? I'm not defending it and I disagree with it but I wonder how many voters are tired of covid protocols and want a return to "their normal"
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