We just launched https://t.co/gQuUK1RvD3 because it's time to stand up to the DCCC's bullying of the progressive movement. The movement is building a network of alternative infrastructure to help progressive primary candidates like @AOC and @AyannaPressley win their next race.— Justice Democrats (@justicedems) April 4, 2019
The @DCCC’s new rule to blacklist+boycott anyone who does business w/ primary challengers is extremely divisive & harmful to the party.— Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (@AOC) March 30, 2019
My recommendation, if you’re a small-dollar donor: pause your donations to DCCC & give directly to swing candidates instead.
Some great ones:
If the DCCC enacts this policy to blacklist vendors who work with challengers, we risk undermining an entire universe of potential candidates and vendors - especially women and people of color - whose ideas, energy, and innovation need a place in our party (6/x)— Ayanna Pressley (@AyannaPressley) March 30, 2019