It’s been nearly 24 hours and @ProjectLincoln still has not responded to the allegations that their founder John Weaver used their group to solicit sex from college-age men. Since that time more have come forward to share their stories and more conversations they had with Weaver.
Their stories have been heartbreaking, one young man said, "When (Weaver) first messages you, you feel "oh my gosh someone noticed me." This could be my chance to break into politics... You feel empowered and then he uses that trust against you."
Check out my story on the matter:…

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11 Jan
Congress needs to sponsor more pro-natalist bills, we need to make it more affordable and desirable for people to have children…
State legislatures can do this as well
Why don't we treat full-time mothers like workers. If a woman has 3+ children, she contributes significantly to the Social Security system and she should be eligible to receive social security as if she was working.
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9 Jan
Maybe I should start talking about one of the founding members of the Lincoln Project offering jobs to young men in exchange for sex... his wife is probably interested
The member followed me on twitter briefly and a few young men started sending me screenshots and telling what happened to them. Grooming is really disgusting and he was especially sloppy.
What grown ass adult calls young men "my boy"...
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9 Jan
It's coming close to the anniversary of my grandfather's death and my uncle just passed. It makes me think a lot about being a patriarch of a family and what that means
They both went to their creator knowing they did the best they could, that they're children and grandchildren were fine, that they provided and cared for them the best they could, and all of their missteps or short comings didn't measure up to their legacy
I know I'm probably tweeting out of emotion & a few glasses of wine, but it makes you think about how you measure up as a man. What people will remember you for is really that you did a little every day in whatever way you could to show ppl you loved them.
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17 Dec 20
I've heard rumors now from several key sources that Trump is expected to appoint Brooke Rollins to run his post-presidency.

Rollins is a Kushner ally, and has a long record of supporting amnesty, jail break, and advised Trump against sending in troops during the BLM riots
Back in June she was asked point blank to respond to the allegations that she doesn't have the best interests of Trump supporters at heart... she dodged the question (at the 5 minute mark)
I haven't heard an exact job but it's been mentioned now by several sources that she will be involved in some way
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1 Dec 20
Two weeks after POTUS fired DHS’s Chris Krebs for dropping the ball on nationwide election security and parroting DNC talking points, Krebs’ career protege, Brandon Wales, is still running CISA the same way Krebs did.
All of the erroneous material, including a “Rumor Control” page asserting that this election was the most secure in history, complete with video of the disgraced Krebs, is still up. It is like Krebs never left.
The CISA website was raised during the AZ election integrity hearing as the official perspective of the federal government.
Read 4 tweets
28 Nov 20
States where Republican gained seats in the State House:
Arkansas (+3)
California (+1)
Florida (+5)
Idaho (+2)
Illinois (+1)
Indiana (+4)
Iowa (+6)
Kansas (+3)
Kentucky (+14)
Maine (+7)
Minnesota (+5)
Montana (+9)
Nevada (+3)
New Hampshire (+46)
New Mexico (+1)
North Carolina (+4)
North Dakota (+1)
Ohio (+3)
Oklahoma (+5)
Oregon (+2)
Rhode Island (+1)
South Carolina (+3)
South Dakota (+3)
Vermont (+3)
West Virginia (+18)
Wyoming (+2)
Overall, 137 state house gains and 11 state senate gains with a few more being decided...
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