Sky News guest host Daisy Cousens says white women are “in the crosshairs” following Republican Glenn Youngkin’s victory in Virginia’s gubernatorial election.

Mr Youngkin defeated Democrat Terry McAuliffe after making opposition to critical race theory being taught in schools an important part of his campaign.

“The Democrats, who fully expected to win, have reacted as they always do; they freak out, they insult their opponents, and they blame their loss on everything except themselves,” Ms Cousens said.

“In this case, they’re blaming, you guessed it, racism. Only this isn’t their usual scapegoating of white men.

“In an interesting departure from the norm, it’s white women in the crosshairs. See, white women were instrumental in pushing Governor Elect Youngkin over the line.

“According to an NBC exit poll, 57 per cent of white women voted for Youngkin and while white college educated women significantly favoured the Democratic candidate Terry McAuliffe, at 62 per cent, non-college educated white women overwhelmingly voted for Youngkin, at 75 per cent.

“And that drove the left bananas.”

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