It's Not Hard to See Why an Anti-Trump Group Had to Delete a Tweet Attacking Matt Gaetz

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Posted: May 08, 2021 10:00 AM
It's Not Hard to See Why an Anti-Trump Group Had to Delete a Tweet Attacking Matt Gaetz

Source: Saul Loeb/Pool via AP

Yeah, the Lincoln Project is still around, and apparently, they think we care about what they have to say. The lack of self-awareness is just stunning. No one cares about you if you’re co-founder was engaging in inappropriate behavior with young men. Some of this stuff caught the attention of the FBI. So, you can see why this disgruntled group of anti-Trump losers had to quickly delete their tweet about Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL). 

Gaetz is facing a serious allegation of his own, where he allegedly had a sexual relationship with a 17-year-old and paid for her travel with him, according to The New York Times. This is a topic the Lincoln Project should have just stayed away from and yet, they decided to chuck this boomerang that rightfully circled back and smashed them in the face.

Commenting on a Raw Story post about how some Floridian residents at a retirement community were ‘horrified’ that Gaetz was visiting, they wrote “They’ve got nothing to worry about. Matt like them younger—much, much younger.”

You can imagine what the responses would be. The tweet was deleted, but c’mon guys. Your co-founder was a creeper. The group was engulfed in a sex scandal because this person, John Weaver, engaged in inappropriate behavior with younger men and admitted to it. You’re not relevant anymore. You’ve been exposed as a grifter project and a den of creeps. You all knew the guy was trouble and did nothing…because ‘orange man—bad.’

Someone, please bury this corpse that is the Lincoln Project. It’s embarrassing—and most of the key people, who are also abjectly miserable, have left. They resigned. They got their money and ran. 

I mean this is literally seeing the iceberg way in advance and crashing into it anyway. Who is running their social media? A deliciously hilarious self-own that’s all I’ll say.