Lincoln Project links Trump to Jeffrey Epstein

(Impotus Americanus meets Moletus Epstein in new Lincoln Project spot)

It’s literally impossible to keep up with those pesky thorns in President Donald Trump’s side. No, we’re not talking about TikTok. No, not the NFL Players Union. No, not AT&T. No, not just about any human being with a conscious and a brain. No, we’re talking about those creative thorns at The Lincoln Project.

Run by a group of renegade Republican political consultants led by George Conway, the husband of Trump advisor Kellyanne Conway, The Lincoln Project launches brutal attacks on the President at the same rate Starbucks serves coffee.

The newest 1:17 minute effort ties Trump’s younger days of pursuing women to now deceased pedophile Jeffrey Epstein. Titled, “Nationalist Geographic,” the spot begins with the President in his most natural habitat – the golf course.

A sarcastic voiceover exclaims, “Behold the rare, small balled Trump. Impotus Americanus. The spot then cuts to Trump’s hair blowing wildly in the wind describing it has, “… notable for its rare exotic plumage, the Trump is typically a ruddy orange color not found in nature.”

It’s here the TVC takes a dark turn and begins showing a younger and slimmer Trump surrounded by even younger women. “Though Impotus was once considered an alpha predator, this elderly specimen now weighs somewhere over 300 pounds, due to its diet of fast food. In its youth, it was known to pursue females with other predators like Moletus Epstein. Now it focuses on exploiting its home territory the United States.” Watch below:

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The group’s work has crossed over to the brutal side and sits alongside the swift boat veterans against John Kerry in 2004, the Willie Horton ad against Michael Dukakis in 1988, and the daisy ad against Barry Goldwater in 1964.

The newest video has over one million views already.

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SOURCE: The Lincoln Project