Trump Hating Lincoln Project Claim Credit For False Flag Stunt Against Youngkin Campaign: Katie Pavlich Responds

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The Lincoln Project, a group of pyscho Trump-hating Republican operatives, issued a statement Friday afternoon claiming credit for the false flag Tiki torch stunt Friday morning in Charlottesville that targeted the campaign of Republican candidate for governor Glenn Youngkin. (Update at end, a liberal activist claims co-credit.)
The stunt was reported by WVIC-TV reporter Elizabeth Holmes who reported the operatives said something like, “We’re all in for Glenn,”
as they formed up in front of the Youngkin campaign bus parked outside an event at a Guadalajara Restaurant in Charlottesville.

The small group of false flag operatives was comprised of three White men, a White woman and a Black man, dressed in matching white dress shirts, tan khaki trousers, ball caps and sunglasses with each carrying Tiki torches pretending to be Youngkin supporters reenacting the infamous 2017 White nationalist Tiki torch Unite the Right march in Charlottesville.

The McAuliffe campaign and the Virginia Democratic Party each issued statements denying involvement in the false flag stunt.

The Lincoln Project statement threatens more Tiki torch protests and repeated the “fine people on both sides” lie about President Trump as a reason for the false flag stunt. The group did not offer proof of involvement, leaving open the question of whether Democrat operatives were involved.

October 29, 2021 — Today, The Lincoln Project released the following statement:

“Glenn Younkin has said: ‘President Trump represents so much of why I am running.’ Youngkin proves it every day by trying to divide Virginians using racial code words like Critical Race Theory and supporting a ban on teaching the works of America’s only Black Nobel laureate.

“The Lincoln Project has run advertisements highlighting the hate unleashed in Charlottesville as well as Glenn Youngkin’s continued failure to denounce Donald Trump’s ‘very fine people on both sides.’ We will continue to draw this contrast in broadcast videos, on our social media platforms, and at Youngkin rallies.

“Today’s demonstration was our way of reminding Virginians what happened in Charlottesville four years ago, the Republican Party’s embrace of those values, and Glenn Youngkin’s failure to condemn it.

Liberal activist Lauren Windsor claims co-credit:

Here’s Katie Pavlich calling on the party to ask the FBI to “help track down the white supremacists”:

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