How more disingenuous can you be than to use such a great and honorable man’s name as some sort of moral smoke screen for your corrupt and sexually deviant behavior?
The individuals associated with “The Lincoln Project” should all be facing charges for their disgusting actions or as conspirators to these disgusting actions.
And who are we specifically talking about here?
That would be Lincoln Project co-founders Steve Schmidt, John Weaver, Rick Wilson, and George Conway.
The mainstream media, of course, has been ignoring, or burying, the story about their friends, while hosting them, dozens of times, on various shows to bad mouth and denegrate President Trump, his family, and his followers.
According to Brian Flood of Fox News, “The Associated Press published a scathing report about the embattled anti-Trump group The Lincoln Project on Thursday, but co-founder Rick Wilson [a purported republican strategist] oddly chalked it up to ‘another hit story from Trump world.’”
“The AP story headlined, ‘How a leading anti-Trump group ignored a crisis in its ranks,’ detailed a variety of issues at Wilson’s Lincoln Project. The group recently claimed it was ‘shocked’ last month when sexual harassment allegations surfaced against co-founder John Weaver, but the AP reported that the Lincoln Project was informed of ‘at least 10 specific allegations’ back in June 2020.”
Let’s be clear…, they were “shocked” that “sexual allegations surfaced,” not that there were “sexual allegations” against co-founder John Weaver.
‘“Despite the early warning, the group took no action against Weaver and pressed forward with its high-profile work,’ the AP reported.”
Early warning by who?
Please note that only lying, scumbag, democrats get any type of “early warning,” and then they’re still too arrogant and stupid to believe their deviant behavior is a problem.
“Weaver, a co-founder of the Lincoln Project, acknowledged last month in a statement to the website Axios that he had sent ‘inappropriate’ messages he ‘viewed as consensual, mutual conversations at the time.’”
“However, The New York Times later ran a bombshell report about 21 young men who accused Weaver of misconduct, including who said he was 14 years old at the time.”
21 young men.
I guess your view of consensual, and even legal, is a little off, huh, Weaver?
May I suggest a new name for your “project?”
“As a result, the Lincoln Project finally denounced Weaver with a scathing statement and fellow co-founder George Conway was quickly dispatched to MSNBC to declare he ‘didn’t know John very well’ despite being business partners.”
Typical for these professional liars and mud slingers…, only after they have been caught dead to rights, do they throw someone under the bus and feign ignorance and outrage.
And, Conway [a purported “conservative” lawyer]…, you are such a lying and sanctimonious piece of garbage.
Please spare us all your pathetic CYA routine.
How the hell you are married to Kellyanne Conway, I will never understand. Honestly Kellyanne, you can do so much better and you deserve so much better.
“But the allegations of overlooking online harassment aren’t the only troubling part of the AP’s report.”
‘“The harassment allegations and new revelations about spending practices raise significant questions about the management of one of the highest-profile antagonists of Trump. The revelations threaten the stature of not just the Lincoln Project but the broader coalition of establishment-oriented Republican groups [RINO groups] hoping to pool their resources to excise Trump from the party,’ the AP reported.”
“The Lincoln Project co-founder Rick Wilson oddly chalked a scathing Associated Press report up to ‘another hit story from Trump world.’”
“Trump World” being the world of decency, truth, and pro-America.
‘“Since its creation, the Lincoln Project has raised $90 million. But only about a third of the money, roughly $27 million, directly paid for advertisements that aired on broadcast and cable, or appeared online, during the 2020 campaign, according to an analysis of campaign finance disclosures and data from the ad tracking firm Kantar/CMAG,’ the report continued. ‘That leaves tens of millions of dollars [$63 million to be exact, but who’s counting?] that went toward expenses like production costs, overhead — and exorbitant consulting fees collected by members of the group.’”
In fact, most of the money went back to themselves by way of the companies they owned.
“The AP reported that it’s ‘difficult to tell how much members of the group were paid’ because of the group’s strategy to “mask how much money they earned.’”
Hmmm…, now why would you want to go and do something like that?
“Co-founder Steve Schmidt told the AP that his anti-Trump group would ‘fully comply with the law’ and would be ‘delighted to open its books for audit immediately after the Trump campaign and all affiliated super PACs do so.’”
Ohhh…, we’re getting a little defensive and arrogant are we now, Schmidt?
And saying you and your pathetic group would now “fully comply with the law” is just another one of your lies in a long line of lies.
“On Thursday morning as the story hit, Schmidt’s colleague, fellow co-founder [Rick] Wilson, took to Twitter with his thoughts on the report.”
‘“Another day, another hit story from Trump world,’ he wrote.”
‘”I know y’all would like to ignore the mounting evidence of Trump ordering a murderous mob to attack the Capitol, but you can’t.’”
Excuse me, but isn’t “y’all” part of the “rube” lexicon?
“It’s unclear why Wilson feels that the reputable Associated Press is part of whatever he considers ‘Trump World,’ but critics quickly mocked his response.”
“Wilson has maintained in recent weeks that he had no knowledge of the extent of Weaver’s predatory behavior, which included sexual overtures to a 14-year-old boy.”
Have any of these guys been to Jeffrey Epstein’s “Pedo Island?”
I’m gonna go out on a limb and guess, yes.
It appears that Wilson is choosing the “Comey defense.”
Oh, and wasn’t it you, Wilson, who was “yucking” it up at the expense of President Trump, Secretary Pompeo, and Trump supporters in general on one of the fake news, democrat propaganda, shows?
Ian Schwartz for the RealClear Politics website reported that, “CNN’s Don Lemon Cracks Up As Rick Wilson, Wajahat Ali Trash Trump Supporters As Ignorant Rubes.”
“On Don Lemon’s CNN show Saturday, Rick Wilson and Wajahat Ali react to Mike Pompeo curing and accusing an NPR host of not knowing where Ukraine is after a testy interview.”
Oh…, just another “testy” interview with a Trump official.
“Wilson said this is something that appeals to Trump ‘rubes’ and makes them feel like Trump is the smart one and ‘y’all elites are dumb.’ The two then said Trump supporters aren’t familiar with geography, spelling, reading, knowing other countries, and drinking coffee.”
Please note that, “A ‘rube’ is defined as a country bumpkin or an inexperienced, unsophisticated person.”
I know, according these liberal geniuses, I’m just a “rube,” but what does “drinking coffee” have to do with anything?
‘“He’s [Pompeo’s] just trying to demean her [the NPR host], and obviously it’s false. He also knows that deep in his heart that Donald Trump couldn’t find Ukraine on the map if you had the letter ‘U’ and the picture of an actual, physical crane next to it,’ Wilson said.”
‘“He knows that this is an administration defined by ignorance of the world,’ Wilson said as Lemon’s face hit the desk. ‘That’s partly him playing to their base and playing to their audience of the credulous boom rube demo that backs Donald Trump that wants to think that (in Southern accent) Donald Trump is the smart one and y’all elitists are dumb.’”
‘“You elitists with your geography and your maps and your spelling,’ Ali chimed in.”
‘“Your math and your reading,’ Wilson continued.”
‘“Yeah, your reading, your geography, knowing other countries, sipping your latte,’ Ali said.”
‘“All those lines on the map,’ Wilson said.”
‘“Only those elitists know where Ukraine is,’ Ali finished.”
Okay…, we get it…, are you about through now?
These “oh so wise,” arrogant, liberal, talking heads, obviously have a very poor opinion of the intelligence of Trump supporters…, but I’m quite confident in saying that:
Most Trump supporters recognize that intentionally misleading the American people is wrong, Wilson.
Most Trump supporters recognize that lying is wrong, Wilson.
Most Trump supporters recognize that cheating is wrong, Wilson.
Most Trump supporters recognize that stealing is wrong, Wilson.
Most Trump supporters recognize that sexually harassing young men and boys is wrong, Wilson.
This “rube” thinks y’all Lincoln Project boys need an attitude adjustment!
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