Monday, July 13, 2020

Groups that Want to Take DOWN Trump and All Conservatives

Conversation from Twitter anti Trump Lincoln Project wants to 86 all conservatives.
💥💥I know this group is a joke, but stop for a moment and really understand what they are saying. They basically want to wipe out the conservative ideology  from the face of the earth.  They want politcal genocide and a final solution to debate.
Byron York
@ByronYork
💥💥With growing ambitions, a hit list: After 'dispatching' President Trump, the pro-Democratic Lincoln Project hopes to 'dispatch' others: Tucker Carlson, Tom Cotton, Josh Hawley, more. 'Our task won't be finished when Joe Biden takes the oath of office.' https://t.co/zs2zmG2x8Q https://t.co/6BKKGzSiUc
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The once-mocked ‘Never Trump’ movement becomes a sudden campaign force
Groups such as the Lincoln Project and Republican Voters Against Trump — which is focused on first-person testimonials like Josh’s — emphasize guerrilla tactics and scathing ads as they troll the president.

The movement seeks to build a national political operation to oust both the president and his supporters in Congress, with a particular emphasis on persuading white suburban voters who consider themselves true Republicans to break from the president, according to interviews with more than a dozen anti-Trump advisers and allies who are involved in the planning, some of whom spoke on the condition of anonymity to describe private discussions.
Advisers to the Lincoln Project, which they say has about 30 employees and raised $16.8 million this quarter, will soon expand to include ground operations. They are coordinating over 2,500 volunteers in Michigan and plan to next target Republican Sens. Susan Collins (Maine), Joni Ernst (Iowa), Thom Tillis (N.C.) and Lindsey O. Graham (S.C.), who they see as vulnerable after his challenger, Jaime Harrison (D), pulled in a staggering $13.9 million since April.