There is an old saying in politics: If you’re taking flak, it means you’re over the target. And right now, the Left is desperate to shoot down the Conservative Partnership Institute’s growing squadron of razor-sharp organizations.
First, The New Yorker did a hit-piece on the American Accountability Foundation, the oversight research group we helped launch last year. Since AAF opened its doors, it has unearthed more scandals and disqualifying outrages about Joe Biden’s nominees than any organization in Washington.
The headline read, “The Slime Machine Targeting Dozens of Biden Nominees.” We figure that translates as “The Incredibly Effective Researchers Exposing Biden’s Incompetent Extremists.”
It was AAF who first uncovered Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson’s pattern of leniency toward convicted child molesters and sexual predators. And it was AAF that exposed and helped defeat:
Comptroller nominee Saule Omarova, because she was an honest-to-goodness communist!
Federal Reserve nominee Sarah Bloom Raskin, who wanted to fight climate change by denying banking services to the energy industry.
David Chipman, the gun-grabber Biden tapped to run the Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms.
The only reason the Left is attacking AAF and its president – the intrepid Tom Jones – is that he’s beating them!
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And so is Cleta Mitchell in her vital project, the Election Integrity Network. EIN is crushing all expectations. Their state summits attract hundreds of activists and give them the tools to win America’s fight for free and fair elections.
So it was only a matter of time before Cleta got a hit piece, too. Hers was in The Guardian. But the funny thing is that every supposedly “scary” thing EIN is doing is objectively good. Look at these quotes:
“There was a large focus on recruiting precinct officials to watch the polls and all of the other processes associated with elections.”
“How to protect vulnerable voters from leftist activists.”
“Monitoring voting equipment and systems.”