Apparently, if you’re anti-Trump, top members of the mainstream media are ok with you being a sexual predator pedophile.
John Weaver, a co-founder of “The Lincoln Project” a scandal-dogged and supposedly Republican SuperPAC that spent millions attacking President Trump, is being accused of propositioning young men (one was just 14 years old) by text message.
Weaver… has been accused of sending explicit messages to nearly a dozen young men, offering them career advice and jobs in exchange for sexual favors.
Weaver, who formerly worked with the late Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) and former Ohio Gov. John Kasich (R), was accused by 21 men of sending unwarranted messages, one who stated that he began receiving messages when he was 14 years old, according to the New York Times.
Worse yet, sources report that an editor of the rabidly anti-Trump publication The Daily Beast, knew about Weavers behavior, and didn’t report it. According to Breitbart:
Daily Beast editor-at-large Molly Jong-Fast allegedly knew about the sexually explicit messages that John Weaver — a co-founder of the anti-Trump super PAC Lincoln Project — had been sending to nearly a dozen young men, in which he offered them career advice and jobs in exchange for sexual favors.
“According to several mutual friends, [Molly Jong-Fast] heard I had this story back in the early summer. And that it was circulating several outlets,” tweeted political consultant Ryan Girdusky — the conservative activist who first broke the story — of the scandal involving Weaver.
These people spent the last year lecturing us about “decency.” Let that sink in.
Molly Jong-Fast kept her mouth shut after she learned that one of her Lincoln Project sexual predator pals was targeting young boys. No one wants to hear from her (besides law enforcement). https://t.co/AyqpRhn4br
— Arthur Schwartz (@ArthurSchwartz) January 31, 2021