Video Shows Conservatives Being Told Not To Fear 'Voter Suppressor' Label: Report - 2020-10-14
A series of recordings obtained by The Washington Post show prominent conservative activists discussing behind closed doors their alarming strategies for handling the upcoming election amid the pandemic.
The videos reportedly depict "dozens of hours" of meetings held over three days in February and three days in August by the Council for National Policy, a conservative group that serves as a network for activists and leaders of several tax-exempt charities. It also counts Ginni Thomas, wife of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, among its members.
At one event, conservative activist J. Christian Adams reportedly told a CNP audience to "be not afraid of the accusations that you're a voter suppressor, you're a racist and so forth."