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Lincoln Project Co-Founder Steps Down After "Inappropriate" And "Sexually Charged" Texts To "Dozens Of Young Men"

John Weaver, co-founder of the Lincoln Project anti-Trump super-PAC, has stepped down after reports that he sent dozens of young men “inappropriate” sexually charged messages.  At least 2 dozen men have claimed that Weaver, who is married, held job opportunities in the balance while “propositioning [the men] for sex”, according to the NY Post. Weaver…

The World's Most Controversial Pipeline Project Enters Its Final Phase

Authored by Viktor Katuna via OilPrice.com, It took more than a year to break the Nord Stream 2 stalemate and now – amidst the world expecting full-scale coronavirus vaccination, amidst the United States expecting the inauguration of President-elect Biden and Europe preoccupied with the future of the EU-UK cooperation rather than energy issues – Gazprom…

Head Of Iran’s Nuclear Weapons Project Assassinated?

By Tyler Durden Amid speculation that Israel is on war footing over a possible strike in Iran in the coming weeks, moments ago Iranian state media reported that the country’s top nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh was assassinated in Damavand, east of Tehran. He was reportedly accompanied by his bodyguard when they were attacked by a…

Trump Law Firm Quits Pennsylvania Case After Project Lincoln ‘Cancel’ Campaign

A law firm representing the Trump campaign’s efforts to challenge the Pennsylvania election results gave notice late Thursday that they are withdrawing from one of the cases. While no reason was given for the decision by Porter Wright Morris & Arthur LLP, Bloomberg notes that it was one of two law firms targeted by the…

USPS Inspector General Contacts Project Veritas Over Backdated Ballot Allegation In Michigan

Update 0958ET: The USPS Inspector General’s office has contacted Project Veritas following their report from a postal employee who says he was instructed to collect ballots after the election cutoff so they could be backdated. “They’re aware of this, it falls under their jurisdiction, they’re assessing whether to investigate,” said James O’Keefe, founder of PV….

Project Venezuela: Right-Wing Activists Push Wikipedia to Blacklist MintPress, other Alternative Media

Still unable to convince a sufficient number of their countryfolk to support them, the Venezuelan opposition has turned their efforts towards convincing an international audience – primarily Americans – to support their cause. Part of that is spending inordinate amounts of time online, arguing in English on social media, creating bot networks, and editing Wikipedia articles….