The new Attorney General in Virginia knows how to put its people first and is determined not to let his state live in a communist way.
The Gateway Pundit previously reported about AG Jason Miyares:
Virginia’s new Attorney General Jason Miyares fired 30 staff members and announced investigations into the Virginia Parole Board and Loudoun County Schools within hours of being sworn into office.
Mr. Miyares was sworn in as Virginia’s Attorney General on Saturday and he’s already cleaning house.
“One of the reasons Virginians get so fed up with government is the lack of transparency – and that’s a big issue here,” Miyares wrote. “The Virginia Parole Board broke the law when they let out murders, rapists, and cop killers early on their sentences without notifying the victims. Loudoun Country Public Schools covered up a sexual assault on school grounds for political gain, leading to an additional assault of a young girl.”
Miyares started with a bang and fired 30 corrupt attorneys on the state’s payroll and announced major investigations the moment he was sworn in.
And as the new AG has been installed one CNN reporter accused him of being communist earlier this week.
Jim Acosta thinks that Virginia has become “a Soviet-style police state” pic.twitter.com/UmgFTyRIgR
— Townhall.com (@townhallcom) January 26, 2022
Well as we all expect, Acosta is CNN’s top most shameless ‘reporter’. This gas-lighting from the communist left didn’t sit well with the incoming AG in Virginia.
Here’s an excerpt from Redstate report about the exchange AG Jason Miyares had on Hannity the other night:
“I think what Jim Acosta said — listen, my family fled Communist Cuba. You want to talk about what ‘Soviet-style’ looks like? It’s the opposite of freedom,” he said. “My mother has distinct memories of being forced to take classes in Marxist-Leninism.”
Miyares also disclosed that his uncle, Angel Miyares, had been arrested in the dark of night by now-deceased dictator Fidel Castro’s secret police and detained without due process — and that his parents later had their home “nationalized: in the name of fairness and equity.”
“What we have said is parents matter. Listen, if you’re a parent and you want to mask your child for six, seven, eight hours a day, you absolutely have that right. That’s your individual decision,” he said. “The great irony of all this, is in Soviet-style communist states like Cuba, the state diminishes parents. They say, ‘Your loyalty is to the state,’ and parents have less control. This is about parental empowerment.”
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