On Fox Across America with Jimmy Failla, Fox News Contributor Katie Pavlich responded to Democratic candidate for Virginia governor Terry McAuliffe’s claim that parents should not get involved in what their children are learning.

“You had the Virginia former governor, who is running again last night, Terry McAuliffe, I call him ‘McAwful,’ saying basically that parents should have no say and what their kids are learning in schools. They inevitably undercut their own argument that public schools are the gold standard. If they really were, they would have no concern about competition because parents would be clamoring to get their kids into the best schools and their public schools and parents would do that. But they don’t and they know that. And so therefore, they’re completely opposed to any kind of competition and choice because it holds teachers’ unions accountable and exposes to the public school system as an overly expensive indoctrination machine for the left. And we’ve seen that really highlighted through COVID when kids are still at home and parents are paying taxes for schools that aren’t open and parents are seeing exactly what their kids are learning.”