The Conservatives are acting like the ultimate “Girl Next Door” in their kind attitude when they should be striking!
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I don’t know, whether it’s their culture and well manners, but they should definitely be striking the hell out of this Democrat madness and not worrying about what they would look like before the media.
Since the media is ultimately possessed by the Liberals. They are desperately trying to control the mentality in this country of ours – bit many independent conservative media, as well as international media that really speak the truth, interferes with their lying fairytales.
Fox News is reporting that “a new conservative opposition research group is using unorthodox, and controversial, tactics to throw what it describes as “a big handful of sand” in the gears of the Biden administration — tactics it claims have been used effectively by the left for years.”
“I see the group right now as getting up every morning and with the goal of making it as difficult as possible for the Biden administration and their allies on the Hill to implement their agenda,” Tom Jones, founder of the American Accountability Foundation (AAF), told Fox News in an interview.
“Our goal is to take a big handful of sand and throw it in the gears of the Biden administration, and that’s what we’re going to do every day,” he followed.
According to a report published by Wan=yne Dupree,
“Jones – who has worked in a number of research groups, as well as a legislative director for Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., and for the 2016 Ted Cruz presidential campaign – said the AAF differs from other opposition groups by not being client-based and instead is focused on causing trouble for the new administration.
And the group has already seen success…their tactics are working. The group was set up back in March and they’ve already used guerrilla-style tactics to infiltrate a Zoom training for congressional staffers on earmarks. The group leaked a video showing aides telling trainees that while “the optics” of a lawmaker steering an earmark to a campaign donor “look kind of bad,” the project could still be allowed under House rules.”