Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer’s stomach dropped after bad news in Virginia today could cost them their jobs

Virginia has been a consistently blue state for nearly a decade now.

But with Democrats ruining everything in our nation, polls are actually showing a tight governor’s race in the Old Dominion.

And Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer’s stomach dropped after bad news in Virginia today could cost them their jobs.

Virginia’s governor’s election this November is showing signs of impending doom for Democrats in 2022 and beyond.

Since the end of the Bush presidency, our nation has seen a shift to the Left in the suburbs.

They used to hold solidly red.

But Democrats made inroads with the voting populace by peddling lies to suburban women to see gains in places they never thought possible.

And Virginia is a prime example of this.

Virginia’s fastest growing region for decades has been Northern Virginia which are the suburbs for Washington, D.C. elites.

And of course as Northern Virginia booms so does the Democrat vote in the state.

As a result, Virginia hasn’t had a Republican win statewide office since Bob McDonnell won the race for Governor in 2009.

But now after twelve years there are signs of hope that the Left’s control over Virginia could be waning.

According to a recent Trafalgar Group survey, Republican candidate Glenn Youngkin and Democrat candidate, and Clinton lap dog, Terry McAuliffe are in a dead heat.

The survey results show that McAuliffe has 46.6 percent of likely voter support with Youngkin securing 46.3 percent support with only five percent undecided.

That is well within the margin of error and a rare sight to see in Virginia.

The Trafalgar Group was one of the most accurate polls in both the 2016 and 2020 presidential election.

If Democrats can’t hang on to the Virginia governor’s mansion this November it could spell trouble for Democrats across the nation.

With Biden’s approval rating falling faster than his cognitive abilities, a win in Virginia for Republicans would be a nightmare for Democrats in Washington, D.C.

And the end of Nancy Pelosi’s days as speaker could start with what happens in Virginia this fall.

What do you think?