USA: The trump accountability project

    USA: The trump accountability project

    The Trump Accountability Project (TAP) is a Trump management resource that catalogs President Donald Trump’s and others in his circle anti-LGBTQ comments and behavior. The Trump Transparency Initiative frequently contains such negative rhetoric, bigotry, and the Trump administration’s exclusionary worldviews.

    GLAAD publishes TAPs for equipping journalists and LGBTQ individuals and allies for Trump’s words and acts. Our person TAP profiles often remind everyone that in recent years many of the administrations have slanderously dedicated themselves to removing the legal safeguards that LGBTQ individuals and other groups have enjoyed.

    USA: The trump accountability project

    On November 3rd, the Trump Accountability Project is collecting lists of Trump campaign staff, as well as backers. They claim that they “never forget” and “don’t allow” the ones who have “chosen him,” “his government staffed” and “supported him” to “benefit from his experiences,” Disrn News reports.

    In order to stop “Trump officers … covering their documents.” The organization is requesting the assistance of software engineers to “archive several campaign/administration staff tweets.”

    If not vindictive, the Democrats are nothing. It is ideal for people attracted with a view of the centrally planned world by the political force. You need to be governed by a police state and people willing to crack a few eggs for omelet-making. It’s no surprise, therefore.

    We spoke about this before and saw it called a theory of conspiracy, or not real or false. Alright, but they have a website where they gather names.

    When someone asked if someone made lists and took names,

    “Yeah, we’re,” responded Michael Simon, the former Obama administration employee, referencing the Trump Transparency Initiative. “Every staff member of the administration, campaign officer, bundler, lawyer representing – everyone.”

    The site is a self-described “permanent record” of those who elected the president, including Trump campaign staffers, Republican National Committee members, and affiliated PACs in 2016 or 2020.

    USA: The trump accountability project

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