Lincoln Project tweeted a fellow benefactor's private messages after pioneers vowed to test lewd behavior claims

 Lincoln Project tweeted a fellow benefactor's private messages after pioneers vowed to test lewd behavior claims

A month ago, the Lincoln Project said it was "stunned" by allegations that the counter Trump gathering's fellow benefactor, John Weaver, had explicitly hassled different young fellows. 

Presently, the gathering says it is employing an external agent to test what it called Weaver's "horrifying behavior and … misuse," a move that came after the Associated Press revealed that its administration was really mindful for quite a long time about the charges against Weaver. 

The move did little to quiet reaction against the gathering, however, after its Twitter account late on Thursday distributed — and afterward immediately erased — private discussions between columnist Amanda Becker and Jennifer Horn, a Lincoln Project fellow benefactor who left after the allegations against Weaver. Horn said the messages were distributed without her authorization, and the nineteenth, a charitable newsroom covering sexual orientation, governmental issues and strategy, promised to proceed with its investigating the gathering.


"We're not going to be tormented or threatened out of seeking after basic reporting," tweeted Emily Ramshaw, fellow benefactor and CEO of the nineteenth. 

The Lincoln Project didn't quickly react to a message from The Washington Post looking for input about the erased tweets as of early Friday. 

The occurrence is the most recent unrest confronting the gathering, which acquired energy a year ago with viral promotions assaulting President Donald Trump and his allies, turning out to be among the most popular "Never Trump" associations and raising great many dollars. 

In any case, toward the beginning of January, Weaver, a long-lasting GOP tactician who recently dealt with the official missions of John McCain and John Kasich, was blamed in an American Conservative piece for making spontaneous lewd gestures to young fellows, including one as youthful as 14. 

Lincoln Project denies fellow benefactor John Weaver after charges he made spontaneous sexual suggestions to young fellows 

Weaver, who had taken a clinical leave from the Lincoln Project, revealed to Axios a month ago that he would not return and apologized for sending "improper" messages.

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