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(LifeSiteNews) — The alt-left public policy activist group MoveOn has unveiled a massive $30 million push to defeat Republican candidates across the nation in this year’s midterm elections as a means to protect abortion “rights,” advance even more outlandish “LGBTQIA+” ideology into law, and further undermine election integrity measures.    

The $30 million strategy will target over a dozen Trump-backed U.S. House and statewide races including secretaries of state and governors in Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Minnesota, Nevada, Pennsylvania, Texas, and Wisconsin.   

The group plans on bundling as much as $1 million in campaign contributions for the Democrat candidates it chooses to endorse.  

Among those already endorsed by the group are Democrat gubernatorial contenders Stacey Abrams in Georgia, who has claimed it would be “evil” to ban the abortion of babies once their heartbeat has been heard,  and Beto O’Rourke in Texas, who has previously pledged to penalize churches that oppose homosexual “marriage.” 

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The group seeks to increase turnout among two main voting blocs, according to Politico: “‘Surge voters’ who voted in 2018 and 2020 but might not normally vote in midterms” and “Democrats angry about the draft Supreme Court opinion and the Jan. 6 Capitol insurrection.” 

To MoveOn, staunch conservatives are a ‘disease’

“It’s about all of us versus MAGA. I’m not just talking about Trump, but the disease within the GOP that has taken over,” MoveOn executive director Rahna Epting told Axios.    

In a recently released statement, the group’s political action arm, MoveOn Political Action, did not mince words when it came to expressing its disdain for conservative and patriotic Americans: 

MoveOn is mobilizing millions of voters to protect democracy from the extreme right that seeks to overturn our elections, silence our voices, take control of our bodies, and block policies that will benefit all Americans. 

“The choice we face in 2022 was already a dire one between the majority who support democracy and helping all Americans thrive and MAGA Republicans who are so extreme they attempted to overthrow our government,” said Epting. “The danger is even greater now as Trump’s radical justices on the Supreme Court get ready to overturn Roe and hand over more power to states where MAGA Republican candidates are lining up to criminalize abortion and take us backward to a time of forced births, even in the case of rape or incest.” 

Born in 1998 amid a progressive grassroots campaign encouraging the U.S. Congress to forget about impeaching then-President Bill Clinton and instead “move on” to what the group considered to be more pressing issues, MoveOn today boasts millions of members.  

“Our theory is we know we have a shot at winning, maintaining our Democratic majorities in the House and Senate, which will be hard, but it’s possible,” Epting told Politico.   

With the summer campaign season about to heat up, and with MoveOn poised to inject $30 million to advance the current hot button issues of abortion and “LGBTQIA+ rights,” The Washington Times’ Jennifer Harper warns, “The voting public might want to buckle up.”  

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