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Jeff Reynolds

Jeff is an experienced communications professional who specializes in media and messaging. As a blogger, grassroots organizer, consultant, and strategist, Jeff has provided vital guidance to campaigns ranging from county commission, school board, and state legislative candidates to congressional, Senate, and presidential candidates. He is a sought-after public speaker on research, dark money, media, and messaging strategy. Jeff has a passion for public policy solutions, communicating effective messages to wide audiences, and using new media and technologies to bypass traditional gatekeepers. Jeff Reynolds is the author of the book, Behind the Curtain: Inside the Network of Progressive Billionaires and Their Campaign to Undermine Democracy, which you can find at WhoOwnsTheDems.com. You can follow Jeff on Twitter @ChargerJeff.

Over the weekend, as Republican Glenn Youngkin was sworn in as Virginia's new governor and began to take immediate actions, reports emerged that other new Republican elected officials were also cleaning house. Newly elected Attorney General Jason Miyares relieved around 30 staffers in the AG's office of their duties, over the howling protests of Democrats in Virginia. Miyares has also taken immediate steps to reverse democratic policies on prosecutions for certain crimes, investigate high profile public corruption, and reverse radical climate policy. Reactions were mixed, based on the political perspective of the commenters.

A math and business teacher at Hanover High School received a termination letter over social media posts she made that expressed her opposition to Critical Race Theory (CRT), as well as the LGBTQ agenda in public schools. The teacher, Kari MacRae, says she has sought out a lawyer and will consider her options. Elected to the Bourne School Board in May 2021, MacRae made TikTok videos for her campaign in which she said she would make sure CRT wouldn't be taught in Bourne schools, and expressed her opposition to schools teaching that students "can choose whether or not they can be a girl or a boy." She has refused calls to resign from the school board position.
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