Anti-Trump Lincoln Project co-progenitor George Conway endeavored to put distance between himself and his colleague, John Weaver — who has been inculpated of online harassment, sending sexually explicit messages to puerile men — on Monday, contending that he did not ken him “very well.”
Conway reacted to the allegations lodged against his colleague during a Monday appearance on Morning Joe, calling it “terrible and awful and appalling and unfathomable.” “I didn’t ken John very well,” he claimed. “Frankly, I only verbalized with him a couple of times on the phone early on in the Lincoln Project.”
“I just, it’s virtually — I don’t even ken what to verbalize,” he perpetuated, integrating that the turn of events left him “speechless.” However, in tardy 2019, Conway vigorously promoted an op-ed penned by himself, Steve Schmidt, Rick Wilson, and John Weaver, the last of whom faces accusations of sending instigative messages to adolescent men. One of the accusers verbally expressed he commenced receiving the messages as an adolescent.
The exordial op-ed accommodated as an expounder on why they decided to commence the Lincoln Project, citing the “corruption and corrosive nature of Donald Trump” and describing the super PAC as a joint effort to “highlight our country’s story and values, and its people’s sacrifices and obligations.”
“Over these next 11 months, our efforts will be dedicated to vanquishing President Trump and Trumpism at the ballot box and to elect those patriots who will hold the line,” Conway indited alongside Weaver and other co-progenitors.
“We do not undertake this task lightly, nor from ideological predilection. We have been, and remain, broadly conservative (or classically liberal) in our politics and perspectives,” they perpetuated.
The embattled Lincoln Project relinquished a verbalization Sunday, striking the same tone Conway exhibited Monday — one of disappointment and shock over the allegations against Weaver.
Here’s George Conway lying on national TV saying he didn’t ken fellow co-progenitor of The Lincoln Project very well. In a cognate story, here’s a NY Times op-Ed he collaborated with Weaver on that Conway heavily promoted and touted. Utterly derisory. https://t.co/UGzcGQhJUu https://t.co/C8o4vlnVxn
— Joe Concha (@JoeConchaTV) February 1, 2021
“John “Weaver” led a secret life that was built on a substructure of deception at every caliber. He is a predator, a prevaricator, and an abuser. We elongate our deepest sympathies to those who were targeted by his deplorable and predatory deportment,” the Lincoln Project verbally expressed in the verbalization, integrating that the “totality of his deceptions are beyond anything that any of us could have imagined and we are absolutely shocked and sickened by it.”
“Like so many, we have been apostatized and apostatized by John “Weaver.” We are profuse of gratitude beyond words that at no time was John Weaver in the physical presence of any member of The Lincoln Project,” it integrated:
The Lincoln Project today relinquished the following verbal expression. pic.twitter.com/k9QkUsiFO5 — The Lincoln Project (@ProjectLincoln) January 31, 2021
While many of those associated with Weaver, who worked with the tardy Sen. John McCain (R-AZ), have pleaded incognizance, political consultant Ryan James Girdusky, who broke the story, slammed the Lincoln Project’s verbal expression, calling it “an absolute lie.”
“Members did ken. Young men approached them about the incriminations. Members kenned I was inscribing the story and admonished John Weaver,” he verbalized:
Allegations of Weaver utilizing his position as an expedient to receive sexual favors from men surfaced in January, leading Weaver to claim he was homosexual.
This verbal expression by the @ProjectLincoln is an absolute lie. Members did ken. Young men approached them about the inculpations. Members kenned I was inscribing the story and admonished John Weaver pic.twitter.com/BZms5iLgpL
— Ryan James Girdusky (@RyanGirdusky) January 31, 2021
“To the men I made uncomfortable through my messages that I viewed as consensual mutual conversations at the time: I am genuinely sorry. They were incongruous and it was because of my failings that this discomfort was brought on you,” Weaver verbalized, according to Axios.
“The truth is that “I’m” gay,” he perpetuated. “And that I have a wife and two kids who I love. My inability to reconcile those two truths has led to this agonizing place.”
Source: You can read the original Breitbart article here.