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Disgraced Lincoln Project co-founderSteve Schmidt strongly reacted to the news Gov. Ron DeSantisHad ordered the removal of illegal immigrants from his state to Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts, claiming the move proves that the governor wouldGet rid of “his politicalopponents” if given the chance.
Fox News Digital reported Wednesday that Florida state officials sent “two planes full of migrants to Martha’s Vineyard on Wednesday.” This was “confirmed by the authorities.” [DeSantis’]Promise to reduce illegal immigration in progressive states,” he said earlier this year.
Martha’s Vineyard is home and vacation getaway to some of the nation’s most influential and wealthy liberals. There is a former President Barack Obama’s home, and Bill Gates and the Clintons have also vacationed there.
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Lincoln Project co-founderSteve Schmidt tweeted Thursday, that Gov. DeSantisYou wouldn’t mind killing his political opponents.
As news of the relocation made headlines Thursday morning, an outraged Schmidt tweeted, “I’m going to say something. There’s no exaggeration. It’s true. Every word. Anyone who thinks Ron Desantis wouldn’t kill his political opponents given the chance doesn’t understand who he is.”
“He just proved that. It is foolish to refuse to see it. “Recklessly stupid” the former Lincoln ProjectAddition of founder
He wasn’t finished, adding more intense criticism of the Florida governor in subsequent posts. “The Desantis Martha’s Vineyard stunt was a capricious act of cruelty built on a mountain of dehumanization. It was an appalling act which will show the exact opposite to what Desantis intended. hisHe wrote that he intended for thugs to write.
“It will provide an exposition on American kindness as real people come together and repudiate Desantis’ malicious cruelty and help abused people in need,” Schmidt said, before providing a vivid description of DeSantisAmerica’s “infection”.
“Desantis is a canker in the soul of this nation. Voting is the only way to get rid of the Tallahassee disease. VOTE OUT. He is a vicious man, and in American,” he declared. hisA typo is a mistake that you have made or thought of.
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On Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2022, illegal immigrants arrived at Martha’s Vineyard Airport.
Schmidt has since separated himself from the Lincoln ProjectThe disgraced left-wing organization that collapsed in the wake of a series humiliating scandals in 2021. John Weaver, the co-founder, resigned following revelations about how he sexually harassed young gay men online. It published private messages between a reporter, and the group’s sole female member. co-founderThe news media reported that the group had been accused of financial mismanagement and creating a hostile work environment.
Its embarrassment continued when it admitted that it was behind a widely circulated attempt to paint Virginia Republican Glenn Youngkin supporters and others as racists. It was the Lincoln Project admitted to sending five tiki-torch-wielding people – one of them a Black man – to a campaign event in Charlottesville wearing white shirts and ballcaps, all claiming to be Youngkin supporters.
Schmidt claimed that Ron, the Florida Governor, was Schmidt DeSantisAfter moving illegal immigrants to Martha’s Vineyard (Massachusetts), there was an “infection”.
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The images brought back painful memories of 2017’s horrific events in the city, when violence erupted around a rally called “Unite The Right”, which included White supremacists. This culminated in the murder of a young girl.
The 2021 disastrous stunt was called desperate, gutter-politics, and Terry McAuliffe (then-Democratic gubernatorial hopeful) distanced himself completely from the attempt. Youngkin lost the election.
Fox News’ associate editor is Gabriel Hays. Follow him @gabrieljhays on Twitter.
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