The Lincoln Project is in jeopardy, but it isn’t utterly doomed yet……
The group was rocked hard by unfavorable press after various claims of sexual misconduct against co-founder John Weaver surfaced earlier this year.
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The media, on the other hand, was all too eager to forget about the controversy, and several important members of The Lincoln Project reappeared in the spotlight just months after it broke.
According to new claims, The Lincoln Project headquarters has been abandoned, with sources even filming the interior:
… 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 Washington Free Beacon supplied the video proof and specifics of the story:
The Lincoln Project, a Democratic-aligned super PAC known for supporting the sexual exploitation of young men, has closed its once-famous Park City headquarters.
The office area is now empty, but for the memories its former occupants made along the way and any terrible demons they may have conjured up in the process, according to visual evidence collected by the Washington Free Beacon.
The Lincoln Project’s mainly unsuccessful campaign to oust incumbent Republicans in the 2020 election was highlighted in a 60 Minutes episode on the abandoned headquarters, which is located in suite 310 at 1910 Prospector Avenue in the luxury ski resort town.
Some people even took to Twitter to spoof the infamous Lincoln Project, resulting in the following funny posts:
— 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
After more than 20 men accused its co-founder John Weaver of sexual harassment in January, the anti-Trump nonprofit the Lincoln Project has lost momentum in recent weeks.
While some on the left have praised the group’s founders for taking a principled stand against their old political party, liberals and conservatives have both questioned the group’s tactics and motivations. Due to its funneling of liberal donor money to vendors controlled by the group’s founders and general lack of return on investment, some, including Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., have dubbed it a scam PAC.
Lawyer George Conway, Republican strategist Steve Schmidt, political strategist Rick Wilson, and Weaver are the principal co-founders.