Glenn Youngkin Employs LGBT Activist Who Lobbied Georgetown To Adopt Green New Deal-Style Restrictions, Ban Fossil Fuels.
Just weeks after Glenn Youngkin was elected Governor of Virginia, conservatives are already accusing him of stabbing them in the back. His communications staff includes a skirt-wearing LGBT man who lists pronouns in his Twitter biography, and Youngkin’s transition team is led by a former Bush Administration official who is pro-Black Lives Matter.
Though Youngkin was elected during a statewide culture war as voters pushed back on the radical left’s LGBT agenda and Critical Race Theory, Joshua Marin-Mora, a member of Glenn Youngkin’s communications staff, appears to be fighting for the opposite side.
Marin-Mora lists his preferred pronouns in his Twitter biography, and even dons a skirt in photos posted online. A former Georgetown University student, openly gay Marin-Mora ran for school office in 2020 on a left-wing platform that included a Green New Deal-style partial ban on meat consumption for students. Marin-Mora also attempted to force the school to divest from fossil fuels.
As a Georgetown student, Marin-Mora was a member of the school’s Latinx Leadership Forum, a left-wing, race-based organization that supported open borders, amnesty for illegal aliens, and the violent, Marxist Black Lives Matter movement. Despite his deep and very public involvement with the radical left, Marin-Mora was hired by the Youngkin team quickly after graduating, with a Youngkin spokesman confirming that Marin-Mora had been employed there since June.
Speaking to National File, a Youngkin spokesman insists that the Governor-elect of Virginia is indeed a conservative despite the opposing political views of those he hired.
Youngkin’s communications director Matt Wolking defended the LGBT activist, and said that Marin-Mora should be celebrated for helping to “elect a conservative” in the battleground state. Wolking characterized those who question Youngkin’s decision to hire and LGBT activist as “ignorant and foolish.” more here