The Lincoln Project’s co-founder has doubled down on the group’s decision to stage a political stunt involving fake “white supremacists” supposedly backing Virginia’s republican candidate for governor, Glenn Youngkin. 
In a CNN interview with Chris Cuomo Friday, when asked if he wanted to apologize, Stuart Stevens said no. 

He continued to say that this is why people have donated millions to the Lincoln Project, the New York Post reports. 

“Listen,” he said. “Every day I hear people pleading with the Lincoln Project to help show democrats how to win, how to play hardball. You know, this is an example.” 
If you aren’t familiar with the story, the Lincoln Project organized a fake group of five “white supremacists” to stand outside Youngkin’s campaign bus during an event in Charlottesville on Friday. The event took place at the same location of the “Unite the Right” rally that …