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Dark money progressives spend millions to politicize coronavirus, vilify Trump and spread fear

Dark money progressives spend millions to politicize coronavirus, vilify Trump and spread fear

Millions of Americans across the country are, day-by-day, adjusting their lives to better cope with the economic, social, and political impacts caused by the Chinese coronavirus pandemic, as a dark money network simultaneously works overtime to further politicize the festering crisis. A Democrat-aligned Super PAC announced on Tuesday that it will spend $5 million on negative ads targeting President Trump’s response to the coronavirus. The Washington Post reported on Tuesday: “The campaign from Pacronym — a political action committee affiliated with the nonprofit group Acronym — represents the first major pivot to coronavirus-related advertising fewer than 250 days from the election.” Acronym owns the technology firm Shadow, Inc., which was responsible for developing the infamous app used in the chaotic Iowa caucuses. As RealClearPolitics noted, the firm’s founder and CEO, Tara McGowan: “worked for Barack Obama’s 2012 campaign and previously served as the digital director for…
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