Former President Donald Trump railed at “perverts” running non-stop political adds that appear to make it seem as though he and GOP Virginia Gubernatorial Candidate Glenn Youngkin are “at odds,” an impression he says is absolutely false.
In a statement issued through his Save America PAC, Trump said he and Youngkin “get along very well together and strongly believe in many of the same policies,” while hitting out at recent ads that say otherwise.
“The Fake News media, together with some of the perverts doing ads ad nauseam on primarily Fox (Fox shouldn’t take those ads!), are trying to create an impression that Glenn Youngkin and I are at odds and don’t like each other,” he said.
“Importantly, this is not true, we get along very well together and strongly believe in many of the same policies. Especially when it comes to the important subject of education,” Trump added.
“The reason the Fake News and perverts are working over time is to try and convince people that we do not like each other, and therefore, my great and unprecedented Make America Great Again base will not show up to vote,” he noted further.
Trump went on to question the “integrity” of elections in the Old Dominion state.
“Also, I am not a believer in the integrity of Virginia’s elections, lots of bad things went on, and are going on. The way you beat it is to flood the system and get out and vote,” the 45th president said.
“Remember this, Glenn Youngkin is a good man, a hardworking man, a successful man. He loves Virginia and wants to cut your taxes, save your children’s education, and many other very good things. Terry McAuliffe is a low-life politician who lies, cheats, and steals,” he added.
“He was a terrible high-tax governor and would be, if elected, an even worse governor again. I say to all of our millions of followers, don’t listen to the Fake News and misleading advertisements written largely by already-acknowledged perverts. Get out and vote for a man who will be a great governor, Glenn Youngkin!”
Youngkin said last May that Trump “represents so much of why I’m running,” but throughout the campaign, the GOP candidate has kept the former president at arm’s length.