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The Democratic Operative Who Claimed Credit For Staging Youngkin ‘White Supremacist’ Stunt Took Selfie With Race Hoaxer

Dems tried to frame Terry McAuliffe’s opponent Glenn Youngkin as a “white supremacist”

The whole thing started with the report by Elizabeth Holmes on Friday morning.

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Twitter went into full protective mode and hit the tweet with a “sensitive material” warning.

McAuliffe’s social media manager Charlie Olaf made it looks like the white supremacists are actually Youngkin supporters.

“Wow,” Olaf tweeted on Friday morning. “At a campaign stop for Glenn Youngkin this morning, people were holding tiki torches and changing ‘we’re all in for Glenn.’ Disgusting reference to the 2017 United the Right Rally in Charlottesville.”

Olaf was touted out of the blue just one day before the whole thing:

Mary Trump was there to discuss Charlie Olaf.

Olaf went from 120 followers to 7,000 following the endorsement. Mary is Trump’s anti-Trump niece. What about Adam Markhomenko?

The Democratic operative has been linked to McAuliffe for years. McAuliffe endorsed him in 2017, giving him a big role in the DNC.

“Adam Parkhomenko, the co-founder of ‘Ready for Hillary’ and a lifelong supporter of defeated Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, is being endorsed by three former chairmen of the Democratic National Committee for a role in the party’s leadership. Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe, former Pennsylvania governor Edward G. Rendell and longtime South Carolina party operative Don Fowler will announce their endorsements Monday.”

Parkhomenko boosted Olaf’s tweet right after the endorsement. Olaf deleted it and went from @CharlieOlaf to @charlie_2221.

Enter Christina Freundlich. She is a member of McAuliffe’s team. She portrayed demonstrators as part of Youngkin’s squad.

“This is who Glenn Youngkin’s supporters are.” She then deleted the tweet.

Jen Goodman worked for Joe Biden and is also McAuliffe’s communication aide. She said Youngkin’s campaign took part in a “disgusting and disqualifying” thing. Guess what… She deleted her tweet, too.

Ally Samarco is related to Virginia Democrats and other Democrat strategy groups. She tweeted “YIKES,” and deleted the tweet.

Jewish Dems did the same.

Alec Sears has reported for the Daily Caller and Washington Examiner. Here’s what Sears wrote on Twitter.

This is so clearly a political operation organized by @AdamParkhomenko it’s not even funny.

And I have the receipts.

Notice that the only people interacting with this story are Democratic Political Operatives, all retweeted by Parkhomenko.

Let’s take a look at this gentleman. He bears a strong resemblance to one Camden Layton, otherwise known as the finance director for @vayd.

Coincidence? I report, you decide.

This gross false-flag operation reeks of desperation from the McAuliffe camp who is currently trailing Youngkin by 8 points.

A confident campaign would never resort to such gross measures. We have a good idea of who some of the other individuals are, and are working to confirm, but if you have any information do share 👀

🚨 I am now confident that we have identified the woman in this group of political actors as Colleen Wachenfeld, with @vademocrats.

Private.

Let’s make those accounts private!

Camden Layton, the Finance Director at Virginia Young Democrats locked the Twitter account, too.

And Instagram.

An identified African-American posed too.

McAuliffe and Virginia Dems said they didn’t know a thing about the operation against Youngkin.

“What happened today in Charlottesville is disgusting and distasteful and the McAuliffe campaign condemns it in the strongest terms,” McAuliffe’s campaign manager Chris Bolling tweeted. “Those involved should immediately apologize.”

Virginia Democrats also denied being party to the stunt. “The Democratic Party of Virginia, along with its coordinated partners and its affiliates, did not have any role today in the events that happened outside of the Youngkin campaign bus stop today,” the VD said in a statement.

The Lincoln Project claims credit for the “demonstration.” Here’s their statement:

“Glenn Younkin has said: ‘President Trump represents so much of why I am running.’ Youngkin proves it every day by trying to divide Virginians using racial code words like Critical Race Theory and supporting a ban on teaching the works of America’s only Black Nobel laureate.

“The Lincoln Project has run advertisements highlighting the hate unleashed in Charlottesville as well as Glenn Youngkin’s continued failure to denounce Donald Trump’s ‘very fine people on both sides.’ We will continue to draw this contrast in broadcast videos, on our social media platforms, and at Youngkin rallies.

“Today’s demonstration was our way of reminding Virginians what happened in Charlottesville four years ago, the Republican Party’s embrace of those values, and Glenn Youngkin’s failure to condemn it.

“The Youngkin campaign is enraged by our reminder of Charlottesville for one simple reason: Glenn Youngkin wants Virginians to forget that he is Donald Trump’s candidate.

“We will continue to hold Glenn Youngkin accountable. If he will denounce Trump’s assertion that the Charlottesville rioters possessed ‘very fine’ qualities, we’ll withdraw the tiki torches. Until then, we’ll be back.”

The Lincoln Project cut a video to support McAuliffe’s campaign.

“According to state campaign records, Terry McAuliffe’s campaign has received $264,000 in campaign assistance from the Lincoln Project, which coordinated with the state Democrat party and McAuliffe’s campaign to perpetrate a race hoax in Virginia today, Sean Davis noted.

The ad campaign worth $5 million?

“The never-Trumpers at The Lincoln Project continue to embrace mainstream Democratic candidates, cutting a new ad promoting former Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe in his campaign against Republican challenger Glenn Youngkin,” Florida Politics noted.

“McAuliffe was already Governor once, from 2014 until 2018, and he seeks a return to the office in 2022,” the report added. “The new Lincoln Project spots will be part of a barrage of stretch run ads totaling more than $5 million between the two campaigns.”

They went after Youngkin:

“Glenn Youngkin is Donald Trump‘s candidate,” the narrator warns. “Anti-Semitism. Racism. Denying gay couples the right to marry. That ugly Charlottesville hate.”

“The choice Virginians face on Election Day is stark — a candidate handpicked by Donald Trump or an honest and decent leader: Terry McAuliffe,” said Lincoln Project co-founder Reed Galen. “Glenn Youngkin has run a campaign fueled by racism, anti-Semitism, and homophobia. He pretends to be two different candidates in two very different parts of the state, playing Virginians as fools. Voters are smarter than Youngkin gives them credit for and they’re going to prove it on November 2 by rejecting the kind of hate-driven politics Youngkin represents.”

The Lincoln Project’s PAC profile heading into this year revealed independent expenditures of nearly $50 million. $5 million for Democrats, and $41 million against Republicans.

Youngkin’s campaign manager reacted to the “dirty trick.”

“Terry McAuliffe’s campaign has been the dirtiest, nastiest, most dishonest campaign in Virginia history,” Glenn Youngkin’s communication director said. “This morning they’re closing out his career by going even lower.”

“I wouldn’t be surprised if the Lincoln Project simply agreed to take responsibility after the fact as a favor to the McAuliffe campaign,” Sr. Fellow at the Manhattan Institute Brian Riedl said. “They usually don’t do grassroots, but rather sit on their boat with confederate flags writing bad ads.”

Windsor.

How is Lauren Windsor related to McAuliffe’s campaign?

The Post Millennial has some background info.

“Last month, Laura Windsor was called ‘the Democrats’ Answer to Sting Artist James O’Keefe’ by Will Sommer of the Daily Beast,” The Post Millennial reported. “He presented Windsor’s people as underdog heroes akin to Project Veritas in how they got Glenn Youngkin to answer questions about abortion issues. Sommer does a decent job giving a history of how Windsor began as some twisted offshoot of the Veritas crowd.”

“Last month, Laura Windsor was called ‘the Democrats’ Answer to Sting Artist James O’Keefe’ by Will Sommer of the Daily Beast,” The Post Millennial reported. “He presented Windsor’s people as underdog heroes akin to Project Veritas in how they got Glenn Youngkin to answer questions about abortion issues. Sommer does a decent job giving a history of how Windsor began as some twisted offshoot of the Veritas crowd.”

Update: Windsor posed with one of the race-hoaxers at the “white supremacists for Youngkin” event.

Here’s the ID on the race/J6 hoaxer.

Ian Golden was a campaign aide for Maryland congressional candidate John Delaney.

“A campaign aide for Maryland congressional candidate John Delaney was featured in a video honoring Iraq and Afghanistan war veterans that played before thousands of Democrats gathered in Charlotte on Thursday for the Democratic National Convention,” the Baltimore Sun reported.

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