It always seems to be that the people that have the most to hide are the ones that tend to point their fingers at other people the most.
We all know the people in our lives that seem to be the ones that want to live on the public embarrassment of others, or the ones that find it to be their lifeblood to say inflammatory things about others.
Those people usually have the biggest skeletons in their closets, and it is an experience to truly revel in when they get found out to be the hypocrites that they truly are.
When one attacks someone else for not being moral and stands on their high horse they should check to make certain their own house is clean. That is a tough lesson being learned by John Weaver, one of President Donald Trump’s most ardent detractors and co-founder of the anti-President Trump group The Lincoln Project, who had to step down as his sexual harassment of men was outed.
Lincoln Project co-founder John Weaver has stepped down from the anti-Trump super-PAC after acknowledging reports that he sent “inappropriate,” sexually charged messages to dozens of young men.
Some two dozen men have claimed Weaver dangled job opportunities while propositioning them for sex, including one who claimed he had consensual intercourse with the longtime GOP operative in a hotel, but never got a gig out of it, the American Conservative reported.
Others said Weaver slid into their direct messages on Twitter, referred to them as “my boy,” complimented their hair or asked about their genitals.
“The truth is that I’m gay,” he said. “And that I have a wife and two kids who I love. My inability to reconcile those two truths has led to this agonizing place.”
He took a medical leave of absence from the group this Summer but, this time, he will not be returning to the group.
“The project’s defense of the Republic and fight for democracy is vital,” Weaver said.