The Lincoln Project is in a vulnerable position, but it isn’t completely gone just yet……
After multiple allegations of sexual misconduct surfaced against co-founder John Weaver earlier this year, the group was hit hard by negative PR.
The MSM was all too quick in forgetting the scandal though, and many prominent members of The Lincoln Project reemerged in the media mere months after the scandal broke.
New reports claim that The Lincoln Project headquarters has been abandoned, and sources even took a video of the inside:
… is a P.O. box in Washington, D.C. …. The Lincoln Project SHARES THAT P.O. BOX NUMBER WITH SEVERAL LEFT-WING ACTIVIST GROUPS, including Forward Majority and Defend the Vote. It ALSO SHARES PERSONNEL with those groups@realLizUSAhttps://t.co/JkGGRU657S
— RulingClassRevolt (@RulingClassRVLT) August 6, 2021
The video evidence, and details of the story were provided by The Washington Free Beacon:
The Lincoln Project, a Democratic-aligned super PAC widely loathed for enabling the sexual exploitation of young men, has abandoned its once-celebrated headquarters in Park City, Utah.
Visual evidence obtained by the Washington Free Beacon confirms that the office space is now empty, save for the memories its former inhabitants made along the way and whatever ghastly demons they may have conjured in the process.
The abandoned headquarters, located in suite 310 at 1910 Prospector Avenue in the luxury ski resort town, was featured in a 60 Minutes segment on the Lincoln Project’s largely unsuccessful campaign to defeat incumbent Republicans in the 2020 election.
Some people even took to Twitter to mock the disgraced Lincoln Project, and these hilarious posts began to pop up:
— pixelnog (@pixelnog) July 6, 2021
The Lincoln Project returns to its headquarters to strategize this "ped0 stuff". pic.twitter.com/xsAGtLGkq6
— The Real General Zod (@RealGeneralZod) February 1, 2021
Fox News featured an excellent timeline of The Lincoln Project scandal, and I encourage everyone to take a look at it:
Anti-Trump group the Lincoln Project has hemorrhaged support in recent weeks after more than 20 men accused its co-founder John Weaver of sexual harassment in January.
While some on the left have praised its leaders for a principled stand against their former party, liberals and conservatives alike have criticized the group over its tactics and motives. Some, like Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., have labeled it a scam PAC due to its funneling of liberal donor money to vendors controlled by the group’s founders and an overall lack of return on investment.
Its primary co-founders are lawyer George Conway, Republican strategist Steve Schmidt, political strategist Rick Wilson and Weaver, a political consultant who worked on the late John McCain’s presidential campaigns. Now Conway, Schmidt and Wilson are facing questions about what they knew about Weaver’s behavior and when.