Nov 12 09:11

Why YouTube Is Removing Dislikes, A Compendium.

Here's a look back at why YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki has decided to remove all dislikes from public view.

Nov 12 08:58

Pope Francis Calls For a Great ‘Global Reset’ So That We Never Go Back To ‘Pre-Pandemic’ World And ‘Capitalistic Oppression’

Pope Francis has declared that the elite need to usher in a “global reset” and has warned the the world will not go back to normal following the pandemic.

The Pontiff slammed the pre-COVID world, which he said was plagued with capitalistic oppression, corruption, and war.

Nov 12 08:50

Cuomo Accuser Says She Was Propositioned For Sex Decades Ago by Gov. Bill Clinton

One of former New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo‘s sexual misconduct accusers also was allegedly solicited by former President Bill Clinton to join him in his hotel room while Clinton was governor of Arkansas, according to a new book.

Nov 12 08:27

The 13 House Republican Traitors Who Voted for Biden’s Agenda Now Crying About Getting Criticism

Several of the 13 House Republicans who broke ranks to save President Joe Biden’s massive infrastructure bill defended their defection and whined about the criticism they’ve received from conservatives.

Nov 12 07:37

LIVE at 7 PM Eastern: NEW REPORT of Election Fraud in Michigan Released Tonight by Michigan Investigators — LIVE VIDEO FEED

Join Patty McMurray of 100 Percent Fed Up and Jim Hoft of The Gateway Pundit tnight at 7 PM Central.

Nov 12 07:17

Andrew Cuomo claimed no memory 200+ times during sex harass grilling

Andrew Cuomo appeared to suffer from sudden memory loss when grilled about the sexual misconduct claims levied at him — answering “I don’t recall,” “I don’t remember” or “I don’t know” more than 200 times during his deposition.

The disgraced ex-governor’s amnesiac moments struck throughout his 11-hour interview on July 17 with outside lawyers tapped by state Attorney Letitia James to probe the allegations.

“I don’t have any recollection purposefully touching a woman on the butt,” Cuomo said at one point, according to a 515-page transcript released by James on Wednesday.

Nov 12 07:02

Watch: Pelosi Boasts Her Non-Existent Achievements

Democrats have not yet enacted their $1.75 trillion social spending bill, but at the COP26 climate conference on Tuesday, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi spoke about the bill's details as if it has already passed.

Before leaving D.C. for the trip, Pelosi said that "The climate crisis is the existential threat of our time, and America must continue to bring our boldest ambitions to the table to meet and beat our climate action goals."

Nov 12 07:01

Trump Leaves GOP Shaking After Calling Out Her Socialist Vote

Former President Donald Trump left GOP Rep. Nicole Malliotakis "visibly shaken" after criticizing her throughout a fundraising dinner Monday night to join the Democrats in approving the infrastructure bill.

On Tuesday, Trump went after Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, calling him an "old crow" for backing the bill earlier this year when it passed the Senate.

On Monday, Trump spoke in Tampa at a National Republican Congressional Committee fundraising dinner when he went after the 13 House Republicans, including Malliotakis, the New York Post reported.

The Staten Island Congresswoman voted with Democrats on Friday night to pass President Joe Biden's bipartisan infrastructure bill.

Nov 11 18:56

Government Increasingly Is Asking Citizens to Turn Each Other In. Here’s Why That’s So Dangerous.

By Hannah Cox

In the dystopian novel 1984, the government relied on the use of telescreens and informants to enforce its massive, repressive regime. And while that was fiction, events in our modern society are eerily similar to it.

There’s a troubling trend emerging: Americans are being encouraged and even incentivized to turn their fellow citizens in to the government for a myriad of reasons.

For one example, federal officials this week announced they plan to rely on informants in order to determine which companies are enforcing their new (unconstitutional) vaccine mandate. The Biden Administration has used the Labor Department’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) as a means of implementing the rule without Congressional approval. Essentially the order says that companies will be heavily fined by the agency should they not demand their employees be vaccinated. But even the administration recognizes there are limits to their ability to enforce such a rule...

Nov 11 16:04

CBS: Kyle Rittenhouse 'Told The Jury He Murdered Two Men At A Black Lives Matter Protest'

CBS reported Thursday that Kyle Rittenhouse "testified" that he "murdered two men at a Black Lives Matter protest last year."

Nov 11 15:54

Evidence Of Potential Election Fraud Illegally DESTROYED In 56 GA Counties But Secretary of State Doesn’t Care

At least 56 counties in Georgia have destroyed most or all of Dominion Voting System‘s automatically created ballot images in violation of state and federal ballot retention laws, VoterGA reported.

“These violations are yet another glaring reason why Georgians cannot trust the Secretary of State’s office,” said Garland Favorito, co-founder of VoterGA. “We desperately need a multi-county audit of the 2020 election to resolve these serious problems before 2022.”

Nov 11 14:33

U.S. Experiencing Shortages of 100+ Drugs Including Narcan And Insulin As Record Amounts of Fentanyl Flows Across Southern Border

The US is experiencing shortages of over 100 drugs ranging from Narcan to Adderall and insulin while record amounts of fentanyl flows across our southern border thanks to DHS head Alejandro Mayorkas' refusal to enforce federal immigration laws.

Nov 11 13:01

Biden’s National Security Adviser’s Criminal Ties To Russia-Gate Hoax Indictment Has Been Confirmed

Jake Sullivan, President Joe Biden’s national security adviser, has been confirmed as the “foreign policy advisor” referenced in the grand jury indictment of former Clinton lawyer Michael Sussmann tied to the ongoing Russia-Gate hoax investigation, according to Fox News.

Nov 11 12:55

Unhinged AP Journalist Attempted To BREACH Cockpit Of Southwest Flight After Allegedly Hearing Pilot Say “Let’s Go, Brandon”

A mentally unhinged AP journalist who claims she heard a Southwest Airlines pilot say “Let’s Go, Brandon” while greeting passengers over the public address system tried to breach the cockpit to ‘speak’ with the pilot over his supposed ‘speech crime’.

Nov 11 12:42

GOP Establishment Sets Up ‘Us vs. Trump’ In 2022: ‘We Support All Of Our Incumbents’

The effort by establishment Republicans to distance themselves from former President Donald Trump continues.

On Sunday during an appearance on NBC’s “Meet The Press,” Senator Rick Scott (R-FL), chairman of the National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC), was asked by Chuck Todd if the committee would support the reelection of senators like Lisa Murkowski of Alaska, whose challenger in next year’s primary has already been endorsed by Trump.

Scott’s response was interesting to say the least, and can really only be taken one way.

Nov 11 11:45

Biden’s ‘Infrastructure’ Bill Could Force Automakers to Install Dashcams For Spying on Bad Drivers

The so-called bipartisan infrastructure bill passed Friday by the House may be permitted by a simple majority vote under the Senate’s budget reconciliation rules.

But at least one measure in the massive omnibus spending spree has less to do with roads and bridges and more to do with imposing a mass-surveillance police-state on an unwitting public.

Nov 11 11:43

WATCH: Biden Proudly Gloats About The Soaring Price Of Gas

President Joe Biden gave a speech in Baltimore on Wednesday in which he gloated about the soaring price of gas in America.

During a speech discussing the infrastructure bill, Biden asked the crowd: “Did you ever think you’d be paying this much for a gallon of gas?”

Nov 11 11:41

WATCH: Adam Schiff Visibly Trembles With Fear After Being Confronted For Spreading Disinformation About Trump-Russia Collusion

Trump-obsessed Democrat Rep. Adam Schiff was left trembling with fear on Tuesday after he was confronted about his role in spreading disinformation from the debunked Steele Dossier.

During Tuesday’s episode of “The View,” former State Department spokeswoman Morgan Ortagus accused Schiff, the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, of blatantly lying to the American people.

Nov 11 11:16

The Health Monopoly

Nov 11 10:55

Biden now wants to HIRE Democrat Terry McAuliffe after he lost to Glenn Youngkin in Virginia governor race, report claims

Virginia voters chose not to rehire Terry McAuliffe, but the former governor could find a spot in the Biden administration.

The Biden White House is considering bringing on the well-connected McAuliffe, who talked up the Biden agenda in his ultimately unsuccessful run against Republican Glenn Youngkin.

McAuliffe has spent decades at top levels of Democratic politics, only to be turned out by voters in a state Biden won by 10 percentage points in 2020.

But he has skills and connections, plus experience as a purple state governor, that make him attractive to the Biden team.

Nov 11 10:18

How to Massively Skew Reporting of COVID Deaths and Vaccine Reactions

economics is based on a simple premise: people respond to incentives in predictable ways.

people mistakenly presume this applies only to money, investment, production, etc. this is not so. it applies to every kind of tradeoff that humans make as they engage in the decisions that determine the course of their lives. all of them.

it’s easy to get people to do more of something if you pay them to do it. that’s simple and straightforward.

hospitals got paid massive sums for finding covid cases. there was a huge pool of federal money that went to them and vastly boosted revenues. states got aid based on covid counts and covid deaths, so they found ways to get more covid on more death certificates. it’s just simple math. you do what pays.

even family members were recruited into the act and medical fees were paid for by the government if it was covid (but not, for example, if it was pneumonia).

even funerals got into the act.

Nov 11 08:51

Must See: Tulsi Gabbard Defies Her Party's Racism

Former Democratic Rep. Tulsi Gabbard called politicians to reject the "racialization" of politics in recent days.

On "Tucker Carlson Tonight," host Tucker Carlson said Gabbard is one of a handful of rising Democratic voices that are pushing back on their party's divisive and increasingly extreme rhetoric and policies. Carlson asked Gabbard about that remark and whether it represents an emerging trend within the Democratic Party sans the far-Left.

"I think that really is the critical thing here, is that when we have Democrats and Republicans in positions of leadership, of course, there are going to be disagreements on different issues or how we approach solving the problems of the American people,"

Nov 11 07:00

Only WOKE Institutions Will Get Infrastructure Bill Money

Democrats introduced their alleged “bipartisan infrastructure” legislation as the tamer of the Biden Administration-backed measures in front of Congress this fall. It also included another culture war win for Leftists.

Under section 60307 of the newly passed deal, American institutions that get funding from the infrastructure legislation are denied the power to support scientific facts about sex.

“No individual in the United States may, on the basis of actual or perceived race, color, religion, national origin, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, or disability, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any program or activity that is funded in whole or in part with funds made available to carry out this title,” the infrastructure bill reads.

Nov 10 18:07

Reminder: The Media Smeared Rittenhouse As A 'Terrorist' And Doxed Donors to His Legal Defense Fund to Get Them Fired

Keep in mind as you watch the Rittenhouse show trial that the media smeared Kyle as a "terrorist," Big Tech shut down his GoFundMe legal defense fund and censored people en masse for defending him, and journos doxed donors to his GiveSendGo and got them fired from their jobs.

Nov 10 14:56

YouTube Removing ALL Dislikes in Latest Effort to Prop Up Failing Media, White House

YouTube under CEO Susan Wojcicki announced Wednesday that they're going to remove "dislikes" entirely from public view.

They claimed in a statement that their intention is to "better protect our creators from harassment, and reduce dislike attacks."

"Creators" in this case means the failing media and the White House, all of whom are downvoted to hell on all their videos.

Nov 10 14:23

COVID Funds Spent on Marching Band, Halloween Prep

Nov 10 14:08

Americans Missing Trump So Much, Liberals Telling Biden Don't Bother Running

When the Boston Herald's columnist start telling democrats not to bother running for office, it must be bad. That is exactly what has been happening in newspapers all across America, respected leftist journalists telling the leader of the Free world to not even bother running for office. Perhaps, it is Biden's lagging polls as it seems, no one in America wants a Joe 2.0.

With precisely one year until the midterm elections, President Biden, Vice President Harris, and Democrats in Congress face dismal ratings that show they could be in for a rout in 2022, according to a new USA Today/Suffolk University survey.

The poll, which was conducted after the Tuesday elections before House Democrats passed the popular infrastructure bill on Friday, reveals Biden with almost rock-bottom approval ratings, Harris with even worse numbers, and Democrats trailing by a broad margin on the generic congressional ballot.

Nov 10 13:42

Pfizer, unions, others donated $61.8 mln for Biden's inaugural

U.S. President Joe Biden raised $61.8 million for his inauguration events, receiving large contributions from corporations, labor unions and wealthy individuals, according to a financial disclosure.

The Democratic president's inaugural committee took in $1 million in contributions each from about 10 big companies, including Pfizer Inc (PFE.N), the maker of one of the COVID-19 vaccines being deployed in the United States, as well as from AT&T Services Inc (T.N), Bank of America Corp (BAC.N) and Boeing Co (BA.N).

Corporations making $1 million donations also included Uber Technologies Inc (UBER.N), Lockheed Martin Corp (LMT.N) and Qualcomm Inc (QCOM.O), according to the filing submitted on Tuesday with the Federal Election Commission.

The committee also received $1 million from the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, a major labor union.

About a dozen individuals donated $500,000 each, according to the filing.

Nov 10 12:01

Gun Control Dooms Dems In Securing Rural Votes

I don't know about you, but though I'm a conservative (or at least conservatarian), I'd love to actually have an election where it was difficult to choose between the two major parties. Since the Second Amendment is by far the most important factor in my vote, however, it's been really easy to decide where my vote is gonna go. But based on the absolute ass-kicking delivered to the Democrats last Tuesday in my home state of Virginia, you'd think they'd get the message that maybe it's time to move on from their goals of disarming American citizens. Based on the reaction so far, though the Democrats are in deep denial or simply unwilling to waiver on their commitment to denying Americans their Second Amendment rights, and disparaging those who exercise them.

Nov 10 11:45

Another Old Video Of Fauci Has Resurfaced

Where, oh where, did they get an idea like that?
https://t.co/lUFnlXVyBL pic.twitter.com/roAxd8DCgz

Nov 10 10:33

Build Back Better Legislation Would Hamper Worker-Deprived Sawmill Industry

A few in the industry made up the Today’s Sawmill Challenges at the Railway Tie Association’s annual meeting in St. Louis last week.

With the housing market boom and COVID-19 pandemic, railroad wood crossties have taken a back seat to other products in the nation’s sawmills. Supply chain issues are constant, and with the older workers opting out the problem does not seem to have a solution in the near future.

“There are not enough people on the ground in the lumber industry,” Frank Wilson of Wilson Brothers Lumber said.

Paul Gaines from Madison County Wood Products echoed Wilson’s concern, and said wages in the sawmill industry are up 20%.

Nov 10 09:34

Itamar Ben-Gvir: With rise of a Jewish supremacist, Israel's Likud is pulled far-right

For many years, Itamar Ben-Gvir was a political outcast in Israel. He was educated in Rabbi Meir Kahana’s Kach party with its official platform advocating the nullification of Israeli citizenship for the state’s Palestinian citizens.

Kach was such a racist party that members of Likud, then the leading right-wing party, would walk out of the Knesset plenum whenever Kahana spoke from the podium.

After Kach - the only Jewish political entity in Israel ever defined as a terrorist organisation - was outlawed, Ben-Gvir continued his violent activism against Palestinians and was charged eight times for it, including for incitement to racism and support for a terrorist organisation.

Nov 10 09:12

Judge dismisses portion of inauguration lawsuit against Trump Organization

The Trump Organization secured a partial victory on Monday as a Washington, D.C., superior court judge dismissed a portion of a lawsuit brought by the D.C. attorney general over actions by former President Donald Trump's 2017 Presidential Inaugural Committee.

The judge dismissed a claim by D.C. Attorney General Karl Racine that Trump's inaugural committee "wasted" $1 million in rented ballrooms at Trump's Washington, D.C., hotel, writing that they have not met the standard of proof that would allow that part of the lawsuit to proceed.

"In short, there is no genuine dispute that the value paid for the space at the Trump Hotel reaches the extreme burden that Plaintiff need to carry a waste claim to its fruition," Judge José López wrote.

Nov 10 08:57

US House Committee Subpoenas Former Trump Aides Miller, McEnany in Capitol Riot Probe

The US House Select Committee on the January 6 Attack issued subpoenas for more Trump associates, including former White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany and former Senior Advisor Stephen Miller, the Select Committee said on Tuesday in a press release.

"Chairman Bennie G. Thompson (D-MS) today announced that the Select Committee has issued subpoenas to ten former administration officials as part of its investigation into the January 6th attack on the U.S. Capitol and its causes. The committee is demanding records and testimony from witnesses including individuals who served as White House officials at the time of the January 6th attack on the Capitol," the press release said.

Former officials including Trump Deputy Chief of Staff Christopher Liddell, Personnel Director John McEntee and personal assistant Nicholas Luna also received subpoenas in addition to McEnany and Miller.

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Nov 10 08:44

Newt Gingrich blasts Kamala Harris: She's an 'absurdity'

Nov 10 08:35

Tucker: This is Obama's threat to voters

Nov 10 08:20

Court reverses $465mn judgment against Johnson & Johnson over opioid case

A $465 million judgment against pharma giant Johnson & Johnson and its subsidiaries for allegedly violating a public nuisance law over its sale of huge quantities of opioids has been thrown out by Oklahoma’s Supreme Court.

The five-to-one judgment found that J&J had no liability for the opioid crisis that has devastated Oklahoma’s population, arguing instead that “the district court’s expansion of public nuisance law went too far.”

“Oklahoma public nuisance law does not extend to the manufacturing, marketing, and selling of prescription opioids.”

Nov 10 08:19

Hillary Clinton paid for Steele dossier then 'filled it with rubbish'

Nov 10 08:08

Ted Cruz Suggests Texas May Secede From The US If The Country Gets Worse

Speaking to an audience at Texas A&M University, Republican Senator Ted Cruz said that he could understand the sentiment of people who wanted Texas to become independent of the U.S. but that he wasn’t “there yet” in regards to Texas secession, according to Business Insider.

“If the Democrats end the filibuster, if they fundamentally destroy the country,” Cruz said, “if they pack the Supreme Court, if they make DC a state, if they federalize elections, if they massively expand voter fraud, there may come a point where it’s hopeless.”

Nov 10 07:58

The Demonization of Core Americans

A seldom-explained problem slowing the Democrats’ march to a permanent one-party state is that while their electoral grand strategy is impressively opportunistic, sleazy, and dangerous to the country, Democrats don’t like to think of themselves as the cunning bad guys.

Therefore, they blow elections, such as last week’s governor’s race in Virginia, by taking their own rationalizations for their schemes at face value. Ironically, the Democrats’ success at generating talking points for the press makes it hard for them to remember that their gambits are ruses rather than ethical imperatives. So they wind up taking their stances too far for their own electoral good.

Nov 10 07:27

Analyst: As Steele Dossier Source Charged With Lying, All Roads Lead to Hillary Clinton Campaign

Igor Danchenko, a key source for British ex-spy Christopher Steele, was arrested on 4 November in Northern Virginia on an indictment by Special Counsel John Durham, who is looking into the origins of the Trump-Russia investigation. Why did Durham pick Danchenko as his next target and who's next?

Danchenko is charged with making false statements to the FBI, just like Michael Sussmann, former counsel for Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign and the Democratic National Committee, who was indicted by a grand jury on 16 September.

While some observers suggest that Sussmann's indictment was largely triggered by an expiring statute of limitations on the crime, the timing of Danchenko's arrest – immediately after the Virginia gubernatorial elections – was apparently chosen to avoid suspicions of political interference, according to Charles Ortel, a Wall Street analyst and investigative journalist.

Nov 10 07:18

Judge Frees J6 Prisoner Once He Denounced Trump and Promised Not To Watch TV News

“I object, Your Honor! This trial is a travesty of a mockery of a sham of a mockery of two mockeries of a sham!”

Fielding Mellish, in Woody Allen’s 1971 film Bananas, could easily have been talking about the treatment of Jan. 6 defendants in D.C. district court judge Amy Berman Jackson’s courtroom.

Last week, Jackson entertained a motion by 35 year-old Buffalo, New York native Michael Sibick for bail release.

Unlike most other Jan. 6 detainees – who are accused of glammed-up trespass and disorderly conduct offenses – Sibick faces heavy-duty charges.

Sibick was arrested on March 12 for assaulting and robbing a Metropolitan Police Department officer of his police badge and radio during the Jan. 6 melee. He stands indicted on 10 counts, including obstruction of an official proceeding, robbery, and engaging in physical violence on the Capitol grounds.

He was denied bail soon after his arrest, a decision that was affirmed by the D.C. Court of Appeals.

Nov 10 07:01

Joe Biden Condemns GOP Effort to Strip Committee Chairmanships from Republicans Who Voted for His Agenda

President Joe Biden complained Tuesday that House Republicans were considering stripping committee chairmanships from Republicans who voted for his infrastructure bill on Friday.

“I’ve never seen it like this before,” Biden said. “It’s got to stop for the sake of America.”

Punchbowl News reported that many Republican members of the House were critical of the 13 Republican lawmakers who voted for Biden’s agenda, and that as a result, there were discussions about stripping their committee assignments as punishment.

Conservatives narrowed in on Rep. John Katko (R-NY), the ranking Republican member on the Homeland Security Committee, who also voted to impeach President Donald Trump, voted to create an independent commission to investigate the riots on Capitol Hill on January 6th, and also joined Democrats by voting to strip Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene of her committee assignments.

Nov 10 06:29

Watch: Biden's Surgeon General Smiles Off Vaxx Mandate Lawsuits

Surgeon General Vivek Murthy declared President Biden's Administration is ready to fight for implementing a vaccine requirement for large businesses following a court ruling that contradicts the Federal mandate.

"The president and the administration wouldn't have put these requirements in place if they didn't think they were appropriate and necessary," Murthy stated during an appearance Sunday on ABC's "This Week."

"And the administration is prepared to defend them," he concluded.

Nov 10 06:25

Trump Has A Time For His 2024 Announcement

In an exclusive interview with Fox News, Former President Donald Trump announced he will "probably" wait until after the 2022 midterm elections to formally declare whether he will run for President in 2024.

"I am certainly thinking about it and we'll see," Trump stated. "I think a lot of people will be very happy, frankly, with the decision, and probably will announce that after the midterms."

Nov 10 06:23

Oklahoma court overturns $465m opioid ruling against Johnson & Johnson

The Oklahoma supreme court on Tuesday overturned a $465m opioid ruling against drugmaker Johnson & Johnson, finding that a lower court wrongly interpreted the state’s public nuisance law in the first case of its kind in the US to go to trial.

The ruling was the second blow this month to a government case that tried to hold drugmakers responsible for the national epidemic of opioid abuse. Public nuisance claims are at the heart of some 3,000 lawsuits brought by state and local governments against drugmakers, distribution companies and pharmacies.

The court ruled in a 5-1 decision that in 2019 a district judge, Thad Balkman, was wrong to find that New Jersey-based J&J and its Belgium-based subsidiary Janssen Pharmaceuticals violated the state’s public nuisance statute.

“The court has allowed public nuisance claims to address discrete, localized problems, not policy problems,” said the opinion written by Justice James R Winchester.

Nov 10 06:15

Gabbard sounds off on Democrats 'racialization' of politics, society

Nov 10 06:04

Dr. Mercola Files Lawsuit Against US Sen. Elizabeth Warren

In early September 2021, U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren sent a letter1 to Andy Jassy, chief executive officer of Amazon.com, demanding an “immediate review” of Amazon’s algorithms to weed out books peddling “COVID misinformation,” stressing that Amazon’s sale of such books was “potentially unlawful.”2,3,4

Warren specifically singled out my book, “The Truth About COVID-19,” co-written with Ronnie Cummins, founder and director of the Organic Consumers Association (OCA), as a prime example of “highly-ranked and favorably-tagged books based on falsehoods about COVID-19 vaccines and cures” that she wanted banned.

“Dr. Mercola has been described as ‘the most influential spreader of coronavirus misinformation online,” Warren wrote,5 adding: “Not only was this book the top result when searching either ‘COVID-19’ or ‘vaccine’ in the categories of ‘All Departments’ and ‘Books’; it was tagged as a ‘Best Seller’ by Amazon and the ‘#1 Best Seller’ in the ‘Political Freedom’ category.

Nov 10 06:03

Historic wins in Virginia illuminate growing diversity in Republican ranks

The historic election wins by Lt. Gov.-elect Winsome Sears and Attorney General-elect Jason Miyares in Virginia showcased the increasing diversity among Republicans and the party’s success in recruiting women and minority candidates to deliver a conservative message of freedom and opportunity.

Ms. Sears, the first Black woman elected statewide in Virginia, and Mr. Miyares, the first Hispanic to win statewide in the commonwealth, swept into office with Republican Gov.-elect Glenn Youngkin in a state that has been trending blue for more than a decade.

The result has been difficult for Democrats to digest. They have heralded themselves as warriors for minority communities and cherished opportunities to boast about breaking through glass ceilings.