Fake letters-to-editor attack Trump and the GOP

A campaign of fake letters-to-the-editor is being waged against President Donald Trump and prominent elected officials within the national and  state Republican Parties.  The letters are being shopped around by a number of Far-Left lobby groups, including those linked to leftist gay-rights campaigner and Clinton loyalist David Brock.

Last month, the national media broke a story about a private meeting organized by Brock and his George Soros-funded Media Matters group.  Brock "huddled with more than 100 donors at the swanky Turnberry Isle Resort in Aventura, Florida, to map out how Democrats will 'kick Donald Trump's ass'."  A national publication that attended and obtained a copy of the confidential memo

circulated at the meeting wrote that it "outlines Brock's four-year agenda to attack Trump and Republicans using Media Matters, American Bridge, Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW), and Shareblue."


As one of only two states in America with both gubernatorial and legislative elections this year, New Jersey is a top target state.  Brock acolyte Susan McCue's General Majority PAC is handling the disinformation efforts in New Jersey.  For more on how this group operates, read this column from New Jersey Right-to-Life:  http://njrtl.org/tag/general-majority-pac/


Here in Sussex County, we have already seen their work first hand in some of the outlandishly false information put out by the Sussex County Democrats -- particularly about President Donald Trump.  Then there is the false letter-writing campaign going on.  Recently a letter was sent to a county agency making accusations against a local appointed Republican.  Upon further investigation, the letter turned out to have been sent by someone falsely posing as the sender, and the accusations and substance of the letter turned out to be utterly false. 


Today, the New Jersey Herald ran a letter-to-the-editor, one in a series of almost identical letters, from someone using a false name. Once again, the letter is attacking the local Republican Party, urging voters to make angry calls to the county GOP, and attacking local elected Republicans -- for the benefit of Democrats on the ballot in November.  It all bears the unmistakable hallmark of the leftist General Majority PAC.