WASHINGTON, D.C. – During the second Virginia gubernatorial debate last night, Democratic candidate Terry McAuliffe stated, “I don’t think parents should be telling schools what they should teach.”
Yet, The Democratic Governors Association Chair Michelle Lujan Grisham has not rejected McAuliffe’s anti-parent comment. Does she agree? The leader of the organization dedicated to electing and re-electing Democrat governors shouldn’t hide from such an important topic.
“Democrats made it clear they want to remove any role a parent has in their child’s education, and instead, allow teachers unions to promote whatever agenda they deem appropriate,” said RGA Communications Director Jesse Hunt. “Democratic Governors Association Chair Lujan Grisham should condemn McAuliffe’s comments, unless she agrees with the notion that ‘parents should not be telling schools what they should teach.'”