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EXCLUSIVE: NY State GOP Chairman Ed Cox EXPOSED! GOP Leader is a Progressive Green...

• By Paul Ingrassia

Ed Cox must resign.

He is a donkey in Elephant's clothing.

It has been discovered that Cox, chairman of the New York Republican State Committee, sits on the board of "League of Conservation Voters" ("LCV") — which controls a network of at least five PACs, all registered as liberal and attached to a broader national network of far left Super PACs, including the "Beat Trump Climate Unity Fund."

The mission of these PACs is twofold: support Democratic and far-left politicians, such as "Squad" members Rashida Talib and Ayanna Pressley, and even Letitia JamesTom Suozzi, and Kirsten Gillibrand, who received thousands of dollars and were all endorsed by the Cox-backed PAC.

In addition to funding far-left candidates, LCV has supported Never Trump PACs, like the "Beat Trump Climate Unity Fund" in 2020, which had the goal "to raise money for the eventual presidential nominee who will face Trump in the 2020 general election."

In 2020, the Anti-Trump LCV spent $42 million.  It allocated $10 million of that money to oppose President Trump and $7.2 million directly in favor of Joe Biden.  In 2020, their PAC network spent $19.7 million on Senate races backing Democrats.

In Kirsten Gillibrand's last election in 2018, the LCV endorsed and donated $13,000 to Gillibrand's campaign. LCV has also partnered with Norway and Denmark-owned Orsted and Equinor, two of the companies responsible for pushing offshore wind turbines, which the 45th President has repeatedly lampooned as an "eye sore" and "bird killer." These organizations, which back the diabolical "Green New Deal," are proud "corporate partners" of LCV, on whose board Cox serves.

The Biden regime has partnered with Governor Kathy Hochul of New York and Governor Phil Murphy of New Jersey, in addition to Democrat supermajorities in both state legislatures, to lease both states to European corporations that promote building offshore wind turbines ten miles off our coastlines.

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