Lt. Gov. Winsome Sears’ Becomes A Legend Over Her Response To Someone Taking Her Gavel

This is the type of leadership we need in America.

After being sworn into office as Virginia’s first black female Lieutenant Governor a month ago Sears went to use her gavel to bring the State Senate into session.

However, there was a problem, her gavel went missing and nobody could find it. It is unclear if the gavel was deliberately taken.

So Sears improvised and grabbed one of her leather high-heeled shoes and called the Senate to order.

Washington Post reporter Laura Vozzella posted that Sears told her, “One shoe can change your life. Just ask Cinderella.”

Sears is fearless and we’ve already seen her put liberals in their place.

As we previously reported, CNN host Dana Bash had her hands full during an interview with Sears.

Sears busted Bash’s fake news report that CRT was not part of Virginia’s public school system. Sears corrected Bash and gave proof that CRT was woven into the Virginia public schools system in 2015.

After the verbal beat down Bash was speechless and conceded that McAuliffe did slip CRT into the Virginia public schools system.

Bash also tried to goad Sears into disclosing her vaccination status which she refused.

“As I said, America, if it’s nothing else, it’s about liberty. It’s about being able to live your life free from the government telling you what to do,” the former Marine said.

“And so we understand this, this thing about slippery slopes. The minute that I start telling you about my vaccine status, we’re gonna be down the bottom of the mountain trying to figure out how we got there because now you want to know what’s in my DNA, you’re gonna want to know this, that and the other,” she added.

“Let’s say you get the vaccine, go ahead and get the vaccine if that’s what you want to do, get the vaccine. Don’t force it on anybody else,” she said.

Bash didn’t even have the guts to publicly recognize that Sears, a former Marine, and conservative Christian was the first black female to win a statewide election in Virginia.