The group is called The Lincoln Project.
And let's make this clear. After the Tulsa speech, Trump apologists and strategists said that Trump was "only kidding" in that speech. Reporters asked Trump the next day whether that was true.
President Donald Trump on Tuesday insisted he was serious when he revealed that he had directed his administration to slow coronavirus testing in the United States, shattering the defenses of senior White House aides who argued Trump’s remarks were made in jest.
“I don’t kid. Let me just tell you. Let me make it clear,” Trump told reporters, when pressed on whether his comments at a campaign event Saturday in Tulsa, Okla., were intended as a joke.
I would like to remind everyone that, on multiple occasions, Trump has claimed that he wants 'eight more years' and 'twelve more years' in office. He has, in the past, claimed that this was a joke, an attempt to 'troll the libs'. Well, now he's said it himself; he doesn't kid. Pulling funding from 13 coronavirus testing sites is proof of that. He is openly flouting the Constitution and the rule of law in this country. Just like some of us told you he would.ReplyDelete
Don't fall for the Lincoln Project, I signed up for their email (with a spare email account) list about 6 months ago and immediately started receiving neo-con propaganda email aside from their faked anger at their own party.ReplyDelete
The Lincoln Project said they'd vote against Trump and the only one who did was Romney.
My opinion, they are like the SS leading Liberals and Unsupportive Conservatives to the showers.
Interesting. I wonder if the ads they produce run on television, or are they just internet ads used as fundraisers?Delete
El Presidente is the joke here.ReplyDelete