By now, most of us are aware of an extremely vocal liberal group whose sole purpose is in undermining American democracy as we know it. The Lincoln Project has taken over every social media platform known to humankind with falsehoods aimed directly at the gullible.
The project was born from infancy by four conspiracy-laden left-wing politicians by the names of George Conway, the husband of Kelly Ann Conway, John Weaver, Rick Wilson, and Steve Schmidt.
They claim the purpose of the project is to persuade Republican voters on the fence, disaffected conservatives, and Independent voters in Republican swing states, to take Donald Trump down, once and for all.
The loosely organized ragtag group of washed-up has-been’s consists of three politicians and one attorney. That’s it. There is no one else lurking behind the scenes.
Here is what the Lincoln Projects claims; “National Republicans have done far worse than simply march along to Mr. Trump’s beat. Their defense of him is imbued with an ugliness, a meanness and a willingness to attack and slander those who have shed blood for our country, who have dedicated their lives and careers to its defense and its security, and whose job is to preserve the nation’s status as a beacon of hope.”
Yet, while the group is quick to complain, condemn, and share their questionable points of views when it comes to anything even closely resembling action, mum’s the word. They’ve done nothing outside of typing furiously on their keyboards.
But there is one the Lincoln Project has been highly successful at, and that is collecting money. In addition to fundraising campaigns, they have managed to easily persuade some Democratic politicians, councils, departments, and the like. These, of course, add to the groups accumulating wealth.
Some of their left-wing supporters include Beto for Senate, the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee, and the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee.
Elrod Strategies, a firm run by the former director of strategic communications for Hillary for America, Adrienne Elrod, has been paid more than handsomely for his not-so-sound advice, as well as Zachary Czajkowski, who has previously done work for Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, and Katie Hill, the former representative from California.
It remains to be seen if the Projects paid for advice has been put to use in any capacity, but a lack of evidence relating to any accomplishments, kind of, sort of, say’s that would be a no.
The Lincoln Project expounds upon their morality and total transparency, but to disprove them, all one needs do is to ask for a copy of their financial statement. They will not furnish it.
The Project has spent, thus far, at least $5.6-Million on Anti-Trump videos aired only on social media, and for videos advocating for the election of Joe Biden, and Montana’s Democratic Governor, Steve Bullock. And the more the group operates in this fashion, the more their donors kick in, and the more money they get to line their pockets with.
When it comes to national issues of importance to their liberal fan base, they remain silent. Nothing has been said about unmarked law enforcement in Portland, or the Covid-19 pandemic, or Black Lives Matter, or, or, or…
It is known that the group spent $14,000 on one 90-second video. The video lacked any originality in that stock photos and already published news clips were all it consisted of. The video resembled something most any 12-year-old in America could slap together very quickly.
Relying only on social media to get their non-points across, the Lincoln Project has spent $1.67-million on ads that say literally nothing of any value to anyone. But, it satisfies their donors who keep reaching deeper in their pockets to cough up more loot.
If anything worthwhile can be said about the Lincoln Project, it would be to commend the four lamebrained crooks for their impressive sales abilities. Without a doubt, they are laughing all the way to the bank. And this is about as unpatriotic it gets. Pay these vermin no attention.