He’s leading in the polls, but not at the extremes.
Republican gubernatorial candidate Doug Mastriano, who denies the results of the election, feels that if elected, he will be dealing with critical racial theories and pole dancing, which is problematic when it comes to education in Pennsylvania.
“From day one, objectification of our children, pole dancing and all other crap will be banned in our schools,” the 58-year-old from New Jersey said in a Business Insider post. said at a taped campaign event.
He also spoke out against “graphic, pornographic books” he claimed were shelved in elementary schools.
Mastriano also vowed that if elected, he would not be “woke up” and that parents, not educators, would have power over what is taught.
A framework rather than teaching a “critical race theory” Pennsylvania State Board of Education says Mastriano said “a little bit about civics, the constitution, the history of Pennsylvania,” a topic he’d like more emphasis in public schools.
He also said that if he were elected president, the “pronoun game” would be banned in elementary schools.
But the basic math shows Mastriano is facing an uphill battle to get his ideas into the governor’s office after the November election. A Real Clear Politics tally of polls shows the right-wing candidate trailing him by double digits. Even the Fox News poll puts him 11 points behind him.
Despite former President Donald Trump’s endorsement, his campaign lacked traction and funding in states where some 13 million voted for Trump after twice voting for Trump with Barack Obama in 2016. I’m having a hard time getting
In 2020, President Biden defeated Trump by more than 80,000 votes in Pennsylvania and more than 8 million votes nationwide.
Mastriano was outside the Capitol on January 6, 2021. That’s when Trump supporters storm the building to stop Biden’s proof of victory. He reportedly thwarted a bipartisan commission investigating the attack.
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