Just another example as to why DemonRat operatives and leftists in general are some of the most loathsome and putrid souls on earth. They are just straight-up unapologetic LIARS. There’s no other way to put it. They just lie, cheat, steal and SCREAM, at the top of their lungs, with wild reckless abandon, all in their childish desperation to get their way and/or if things don’t go their way.
In this case, in order to perpetuate the original dishonest “radical White Supremacist” narrative about the disposition of the Charlottesville protesters from back in 2017, they took it upon themselves to stage an appearance by these alleged “radical violent racist thugs” on Friday in Charlottesville during the speaking engagement of a GOP candidate. An appearance that they eagerly represented as being authentic, all the way up until the point they got called the fuck out for it and only then did they come clean and put out a statement.(LEFT)
One of their actors was even black! Though we’ve seen with Larry Elder that they have no issue labeling black Conservatives at “White Supremacists”.
Who does something like that?
Who thinks to use actor-agent goons to dress up like some theoretical outfit of “white racists” all so you can get some good photo-ops to use along with their scheduled lineup of slanderous hit pieces on the “alt right” and “White America” in general.
Op-ed trash that they’ve been salivating at the opportunity to publish in anticipation of the Charlottesville Anniversary.
These are terrible terrible, pretentious, race-baiting bullies who have allowed the parasitic infection known as “Liberalism” to ravage any last trace of rational thought they may have once had and has turned them into literal monsters. Once you start doing seedy shit like this, you are officially a lost cause as a human/group and not to be trusted. I would never in a million years think to stage some kind of stand-in and impersonate some very specific and radical ideologues, all in an attempt to smear my political rivals. These people are fucking nightmarish and if you’re down with this kind of dishonestly and want to cite some bullshit about how “the ends justify the means”, save it. You are pathetic for having fallen for such a low quality ruse.
Lincoln Project claims it staged fake Nazi stunt against Va. GOP gubernatorial candidate Youngkin
Media and Democratic officials initially believed the incident was real.
The famously anti-Trump Lincoln Project claimed on Friday to have staged a fake neo-Nazi stunt in Charlottesville, Va., meant to smear state GOP gubernatorial candidate Glenn Youngkin days ahead of a neck-and-neck election.
Youngkin had made a campaign stop in Charlottesville on Friday morning, at which point numerous individuals in red caps and carrying Tiki torches appeared to turn out in his favor.
The Tiki torches were an evident callback to the “Unite the Right” neo-Nazi rally that occurred in Charlottesville several years ago, one that resulted in the death of a counter-protester and which became a cultural flashpoint over the course of Trump’s presidency.
Multiple Virginia Democratic officials on Friday made efforts to connect Youngkin’s apparent neo-Nazi supporters to his overall campaign. Yet some Internet sleuths began to note that the putative Nazis appeared to resemble Virginia Democratic associates.
The Lincoln Project on Friday afternoon subsequently appeared to confess to staging the event.
“Today’s demonstration was our way of reminding Virginians what happened in Charlottesville four years ago, the Republican Party’s embrace of those values, and Glenn Youngkin’s failure to condemn it,” the group said in a statement on its website.
McAuliffe Staffers, Dems Pushed Lincoln Project Charlottesville Hoax | National Review
The Lincoln Project claimed credit for organizing a white supremacist stunt in front of Glenn Youngkin’s campaign bus on Friday, but not before several staffers from the opposing campaign used the incident to bash the Republican candidate for Virginia governor.
The anti-Trump and anti-Republican organization said it sent the tiki torch–wielding group to remind Virginia voters of the white-nationalist march that took place in Charlottesville in 2017 and “the Republican party’s embrace of those values, and Glenn Youngkin’s failure to condemn it.”
Despite many conservatives’ immediately questioning the validity of the demonstration, several McAuliffe staffers boosted news of the incident as if it were real, including aide Jen Goodman, who called it “disgusting and disqualifying” for Youngkin.
McAuliffe spokeswoman Christina Freundlich used it as an opportunity to say “this is who Glenn Youngkin’s supporters are.”
Charlie Olaf, McAuliffe’s social-media manager, wrote: “Disgusting reference to the 2017 Unite the Right Rally in Charlottesville.”
MSNBC contributor Glenn Kirschner condemned the “blatant display of racism, hatred and intolerance,” urging Virginians to vote for McAuliffe, who represents a “kind, welcoming, diverse Virginia.”
Democratic strategist Max Burns claimed Youngkin’s campaign “counts white supremacists among its most enthusiastic supporters.”
After the Lincoln Project came forward, Burns said, “Cosplaying as white supremacists is disgraceful, and I can’t imagine a single way this helps Terry McAuliffe or amplifies his positive vision for Virginia.”
McAuliffe’s campaign similarly issued a statement condemning the stunt after the Lincoln Project admitted to orchestrating it.
“What happened today is disgusting and distasteful and we condemn it in the strongest terms. Those involved should immediately apologize,” said campaign manager Chris Bolling.