McAuliffe Staffers, Dems Pushed Lincoln Task Charlottesville Scam


    McAuliffe Staffers, Dems Pressed Lincoln Project Charlottesville Hoax

    < img width=" 789" height= "460" src ="" class=" attachment-featured-single size-featured-single" alt loading =" lazy" sizes= "( max-width: 789px) 100vw, 789px" srcset=" 300w, 768w, 459w, 789w, 50w, 1592w" > Demonstrators impersonated “Join the Right “rally-goers with tiki torches stand on a pathway as Republican candidate for governor of Virginia Glenn Youngkin shows up on his bus for a project event in Charlottesville, Va., October 29, 2021.( Jonathan Ernst/Reuters)

    The Lincoln Project claimed credit for organizing a white supremacist stunt in front of Glenn Youngkin’s campaign bus on Friday, but not prior to a number of staffers from the opposing project used the occurrence to bash the Republican candidate for Virginia governor.

    The anti-Trump and anti-Republican company said it sent out the tiki torch– wielding group to advise Virginia voters of the white-nationalist march that happened in Charlottesville in 2017 and “the Republican politician party’s embrace of those values, and Glenn Youngkin’s failure to condemn it.”

    Regardless of numerous conservatives’ immediately questioning the validity of the presentation, a number of McAuliffe staffers enhanced news of the incident as if it were real, consisting of aide Jen Goodman, who called it “revolting and disqualifying” for Youngkin.

    McAuliffe spokeswoman Christina Freundlich used it as a chance to say “this is who Glenn Youngkin’s fans are.”

    Charlie Olaf, McAuliffe’s social-media supervisor, composed: “Disgusting recommendation to the 2017 Unite the Right Rally in Charlottesville.”

    MSNBC factor Glenn Kirschner condemned the “outright display of racism, hatred and intolerance,” advising Virginians to elect McAuliffe, who represents a “kind, inviting, varied Virginia.”

    Democratic strategist Max Burns claimed Youngkin’s campaign “counts white supremacists among its most enthusiastic supporters.”

    After the Lincoln Project stepped forward, Burns said, “Cosplaying as white supremacists is disgraceful, and I can’t envision a single way this helps Terry McAuliffe or magnifies his positive vision for Virginia.”

    McAuliffe’s campaign similarly released a declaration condemning the stunt after the Lincoln Project admitted to managing it.

    ” What occurred today is disgusting and distasteful and we condemn it in the strongest terms. Those involved should immediately say sorry,” stated project manager Chris Bolling.

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    Published at Fri, 29 Oct 2021 23:22:38 +0000

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