Our nations conservative radio talk show hosts will be having a field day today talking about what happened in the Commonwealth of Virginia yesterday. At the end of an election campaign that was centered on issues like a parents right to influence what their kids are taught in public schools, other social issues and mask mandate debate, First time candidate republican Glenn Youngkin defeated democrat former governor Terry McAulliffe on Tuesday in an election to decide who would next serve as Virginia’s next governor, with a win that surprised many of the so-called experts who are paid to predict election outcomes. In what may be an even more surprising result, voters in Minneapolis rejected a proposal from their city council which would have partially defunded that city’s police department, replacing many police officers with social workers. Were those election outcomes a sign of growing unhappiness with the social policies promoted by President Biden and other national democratic party leaders? Conservatives will tell you that is the case, but I don’t think we will really know until the next off-year elections are held around the country in November of 2,022.That’s the way I see it.