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Beware the Lincoln project.

They’re stunting on Trump in order to entice liberal media to spread their articles/videos (and thereby credibility) to their left-leaning audiences.

But once (god willing) Trump’s gone, they’ll be as awful as every other conservative group — just with a shiny veneer of integrity thanks to liberals in the media spreading them around as a quality source (since spreading a conservative/opposing source makes self-identifying liberals feel open minded and worldly).

That is to say: the Lincoln Project is a fresh attempt to turn Progressives into Neoliberals, because all Conservatives really care about is the money — and Neoliberals let them keep it in exchange for fig-leaf feel-good PR-stunt policies.

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