The Lincoln Project is Taking Credit for the Staged White Supremacist Impersonators at Glenn Youngkin’s Virginia Governor Race Campaign Event, False Flags Do Happen
The Lincoln Project, if you are unaware, plays themselves off as Republicans who don’t like the current Republican Party, especially Trump supporters. They have slogans like “dedicated Americans protecting democracy” and they are “holding accountable those who would violate their oaths to the Constitution and would put others before Americans.”
On its surface, this group sounds like it is all about doing the right thing by America, but the group has been caught doing many things wrong in the past. They like to continue the lie that President Trump said there were “very fine” people in Charlottesville that included white supremacists. For the one millionth time, he said there were very fine people on both sides of the protests, and specifically said that BOTH sides also had groups that were bad and violent.
The fact of the matter is, The Lincoln Project lies and they cannot be trusted. It’s possible they work with the DNC and simply label themselves as a “former Republican group” in order to cause havoc. On top of this, they have many of their own scandals dealing with sexual harassment and more.
Now, the Lincoln Project has been caught staging a white supremacist rally for governor candidate Youngkin. Since being caught, they have taken full credit and released a statement.
“If [Youngkin] will denounce Trump’s assertion that the Charlottesville rioters possessed ‘very fine’ qualities, we’ll withdraw the tiki torches. Until then, we’ll be back.” the Lincoln Project wrote in its statement.– The Lincoln Project statement
Again, Donald Trump said much more than what this group is trying to claim. This group is very well known for twisting words and ignoring context. For a refresher, this video shows more of what former President Trump said after the Charlottesville protests and riots.
This stunt by The Lincoln Project will likely hurt the Democrats in the end, as it should. I just have to ask, if your group believes in “truth” and helping Americans, why would you use lies and fake white supremacists to make your point? That’s just not the way to do it. You are only hurting your own cause, not anyone else’s.
This also brings up other questions in mind. One is, was the previous tiki torch event in Charlottesville staged? Another — how many times do proven false flag events have to occur before the mainstream media and others stop saying they don’t exist?
Virginians will decide their future on Tuesday, November 2nd. They’ll vote to replace Democrat Governor Ralph Northam who has many of his own controversies. Currently, the race is virtually tied between Terry McAuliffe and Glenn Youngkin.