The Lincoln Project indicated late Monday that it is giving current and former staffers the freedom to speak out about their experiences working for the anti-Trump organization as an investigation into co-founder John Weaver‘s conduct gets underway.
In a statement posted on Twitter, the group announced that it has hired the law firm Paul Hastings to oversee its ongoing review of sexual harassment allegations against Weaver, who has been accused by more than 20 young men — including former Lincoln Project employees — of sending sexually-charged messages.
The statement also suggests that those who worked for The Lincoln Project will no longer be legally bound to their nondisclosure agreements.
“We are releasing staff and former staff from the confidentially provisions in their agreements to discuss their workplace environment,” the statement read. “Based on the findings of this review we will take all the necessary actions to correct any issues or deficiencies that are identified.”
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