Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe gives sex offenders power to decriminalize perversions
Eugene Delgaudio, president of Public Advocate has launched another political salvo at
Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe over the transgender issue and McAuliffe's recent decision
to give felons the right to vote, and he says, to decide law enforcement prosecution throughout
Delgaudio in a message going out in an email, and other postings in social media, on
Wednesday, May 11, 2016 at 2 p.m. to supporters said in part:
"Gov. McAuliffe and his allies in Richmond are supporting this "transgender bathroom" agenda 100%.
And he's just given untold thousands of sexual perverts the right to vote in our state.
Which agenda do you think the child molesters and rapists are going to support? The one that lets them violate the privacy of women and young girls.
And even worse, the governor's decision clears the way for these felons to once again serve on juries.
Now child molesters and rapists could be deciding whether to convict other child molesters and rapists...
...these offenders could have the power to de facto decriminalize their perversions.
Hillary Clinton has already come out as the pro-molester candidate, and McAuliffe wants to make sure she and this agenda get Virginia's full support in November.
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