Lincoln Project Removes Founder John Weaver From Website Following Grooming, Abuse, Rape Accusations
The Lincoln Project has erased any mention of its founder, John Weaver, from its official website, following mass allegations of grooming, sexual harassment and one allegation of rape earlier this week.
Weaver has been accused of grooming and sexually harassing several young men, who appear to be in the age range of 19 to 26.
John Weaver DM'ed and followed virtually every young gay on this site.
Even I was reached out to on an old account, but not sexually.
One of my friends has even shared with me that John Weaver raped him years ago.
It's incredible how open of a secret this is but no reporting. https://t.co/a04wmyZDR8
— Polyamorous Tantric QAnon Sex Guru? Seriously? (@DurhamFella) January 10, 2021
Weaver’s biography page has been promptly removed from the Lincoln Project’s website.
Neither the neoconservative group or Weaver himself have addressed the allegations, which have been attested to several college-age men. Populist commentator Ryan Girdusky broke the news of allegations against Weaver earlier this week. Girdusky appeared on Fox News with Laura Ingraham on Wednesday, with many speculating that the neocon group had to have known that Weaver was engaged in pervasive improper sexual conduct with young men.
— The Columbia Bugle ???????? (@ColumbiaBugle) January 14, 2021
Weaver had earlier established himself as a prominent Russiagate conspiracy theorist, only to go on and accept a lucrative lobbying contract from a Russian state-owned nuclear energy company. In doing so, Weaver registered as a foreign agent of the Russian government.
With mainstream media refusing to hold the alleged predator accountable and the cabal of middle-aged has-beens determined to sweep the accusations under the rug, it remains to be seen if Weaver will able to conveniently ignore the grooming, harassment and rape allegations.
It’s been nearly 24 hours and @ProjectLincoln still has not responded to the allegations that their founder John Weaver used their group to solicit sex from college-age men. Since that time more have come forward to share their stories and more conversations they had with Weaver. pic.twitter.com/sct1BkCF4b
— Ryan James Girdusky (@RyanGirdusky) January 12, 2021