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The political charlatans at The Lincoln Project received a nice gift from Republican opponent Glenn Youngkin — whose gubernatorial bid was successful Tuesday night after a win over Democrat Terry McAuliffe. Youngkin sent the political agency a fruit basket with a personalized card that read: “thank you.”
On Friday, the Project organized a diverse group of political actors to arrive at a Youngkin event, wearing costumes and carrying tiki torches to resemble the white supremacists that marched through Charlottesville in 2017. The group hoped for a sabotaging, but the actors at event were quickly identified on social media.
To no one’s surprise, it was Democratic plants dressed inside the white robes — with enough guilt wiped on their faces to get Ralph Northam jealous.
Based on the oblivious stunt’s exposure, it became inevitable for the people of Virginia not to notice the tactics on display from the Democrats and their Lincoln Project-ites, led by noted grifters George Conway and Rick Wilson.
Tuesday night’s turnout showed that the people of Virginia weren’t as dumb as the Project to believe the Republican candidate’s alleged white supremacy — and to a degree — the stunt tipped the scales the Republicans’ way off a weekend PR push.
Youngkin felt appreciative of the backfiring, gifting them with a fruit basket for their troubles.
The Lincoln Project joins the growing list of libs baffled over the Virginia governor’s race result, and still failing to understand that going woke is still the biggest joke.
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