Citizens United announces new anti-Biden project
Citizens United, a conservative non-profit group that is known for challenging campaign finance restrictions, announced a new anti-Biden project Thursday as an effort to “fight back” against President Joe Biden‘s progressive agenda.
Citizens United in planning on introducing the new project at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Orlando, Fla., this week.
Citizens United President David Bossie told Fox News that StopBidenAgenda.com was created to “fight back” against Biden’s radical policies.
Bossie said that Biden “did not receive a mandate to impose his radical agenda on America and we won’t let him undo the successful America first policies of Donald Trump without a fight.”
According to the page’s website, the project seeks to expose the radical Biden agenda and defeat it through videos, op-eds, petitions and media appearances.
The website also features petitions for supporters to sign, including one to “restore trust in our elections,” another to “appoint a special counsel” for the federal investigation into Hunter Biden’s tax affairs and a petition to “stop the radical Biden-Harris agenda.”
“This project exists to oppose the radical Biden agenda,” the website states. “The American people did not vote for progressivism, radicalism, or socialism.”
CPAC begins Thursday and will continue until Sunday. The conference will feature many Republican speakers including top lawmakers like Sens. Tom Cotton (R-Ar), Ted Cruz (R-Tx), Josh Hawley (R-Mo) and former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.
Former President Trump will be headlining the conference on the final day and is scheduled to give the closing remarks Sunday afternoon in his first public appearance since leaving the White House.
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