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How is the Lincoln Project still in business?

Tim Young, Washington Times


The question now becomes, where do these self-serving gentlemen now turn since Mr. Trump lost the election? And the answer is simply, cancel culture. A successful grift has to move the goalposts on to the next big bogeymen in order to keep the money flowing in, and now that Biden has become President, the Lincoln Project has shifted to canceling businesses and corporations who support Senate R's. Luckily, it seems there are less and less rubes who are giving the Lincoln Project their hard-earned dollars.

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