Fairfax GOP Chairman Steve Knotts joined WMAL’s Mornings on the Mall radio program Wednesday, to break down the latest failures of state and local Democrat officials — from law enforcement to vaccination to K-12 education.
Knotts’s WMAL interview came on the heels of news that Fairfax County formally became a sanctuary jurisdiction for unlawful migrants. “The Democrats are picking which laws they’d like to enforce and which ones they don’t,” Knotts said.
WMAL co-host Mary Walter noted that illegal aliens enter the nation without going through health screenings. Meanwhile, Virginia remains a laggard in distribution of the new COVID vaccines — dead last as of this week.
A year into the COVID pandemic, Fairfax County’s government-run schools remain shuttered — even though local Catholic schools have reopened safely. “We need more choices,” Knotts said. “We need to put educational decisions back in the hands of the parents — not in the hands of the unions.”