Washington Post column calls out Democrat 'dark money groups' boosting 'extremist Republicans' in primaries

Author Charles Lane noted the Washington Post’s reporting from Monday that said Republicans competing in primaries in Colorado, Illinois and Nevada had beenbenefitingfrom Democratic groupsspending millions of dollarsin Republican primary elections.

Lane said that the rationale for these moves was so that “11월이 되자, Democrats stand a better chance of winning against ‘ultra MAGA’ extremists.

Democrats have invested millions in an effort to attack an establishment Republican running for governor for in Illinois, Mayor Richard Irvin. They are hoping to boost state Sen. Richard Bailey, who they believe will have less of a chance against incumbent Democrat Gov. J.B. Pritzker.

Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker attends the Idas Legacy Fundraiser Luncheon on April 12, 2018, 시카고에서, 일리노이.

Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker attends the Idas Legacy Fundraiser Luncheon on April 12, 2018, 시카고에서, 일리노이. (Scott Olson/Getty Images))

DEMOCRATIC, REPUBLICAN STRATEGISTS AGREE ECONOMY WILL TROUNCE GUNS, ABORTION AS ‘NUMBER ONE ISSUEIN MIDTERMS

This should stop. The hypocrisy is painfully obvious: How can Democrats portray Trumpism as a danger to democracy while backing its proponents’ campaigns?” 그가 썼어.

He said the strategy was “무모한” and that the premise was that Democratic candidates will improve their chances in a tough midterm election cycle by boostingextreme and inexperienced” 공화당 원.

이전 미국. President Donald Trump claps as the crowd cheers him on during a rally in Washington Township, 미시간, 우리. 4 월 2, 2022. REUTERS/Emily Elconin

이전 미국. President Donald Trump claps as the crowd cheers him on during a rally in Washington Township, 미시간, 우리. 4 월 2, 2022. REUTERS/Emily Elconin

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