that guy in AZ Wrote:
The Lincoln Project is not the only group of Republicans working against Trump.
Republican Voters Against Trump was formed recently to chip away at Trump's support. The new group is set to begin a $10 million digital and television advertising campaign that will use personal stories of conservative voters giving voice to their deep — and sometimes brand-new — dissatisfaction with the president.
The new initiative is the brainchild of Ms. Longwell; Bill Kristol, the conservative writer; and Tim Miller, a former top aide to former Gov. Jeb Bush of Florida. Together, Ms. Longwell and Mr. Kristol have also worked on an initiative called Republicans for the Rule of Law, which has begun its own ad blitz against Mr. Trump.
After almost three years of conducting focus groups and intensive research on messages that would work with persuadable voters, the founders have created a cache of 100 testimonial videos, most shot on smartphones, with voters explaining why they are making the sometimes painful choice to break with their political party.
And now, George W. Bush is COMMANDING his SuperPAC to turn on Trump and fight like hell to elect Joe Biden.
And the list keeps growing...
A few days ago, Cindy McCain officially endorsed Joe Biden, which led to an immediate tweet from Trump.
When Sen. John McCain died in 2018, Trump reportedly said "we're not going to support that loser's funeral," three sources familiar with his remarks told The Atlantic. The president also became furious when he saw flags at half-staff in response to McCain's death, saying "What the f--- are we doing that for? Guy was a f---ing loser," according to The Atlantic report.
Nearly 500 retired senior military officers, as well as former Cabinet secretaries, service chiefs and other officials, have signed an open letter in support of former vice president Joe Biden, the Democratic presidential nominee, saying that he has “the character, principles, wisdom and leadership necessary to address a world on fire.”
The letter, published Thursday morning by National Security Leaders for Biden, is the latest in a series of calls for President Trump’s defeat in the November election.
The letter has been signed by 489 people.
Not all of those Republicans who previously have broken ranks with Trump have called for Biden’s election, although the numbers are growing. Last month, more than 60 former national security officials who served in Republican administrations, including Trump’s, signed a statement calling him “unfit to serve as President.” Noting that some of them held different policy positions from Biden, they nonetheless called for his election, saying it was “imperative that we stop Trump’s assault on our nation’s values and institutions and reinstate the moral foundations of our democracy.”