Groups linked to Democrats are planning to spend millions of dollars attacking Republicans in Congress for conducting oversight investigations of President Joe Biden.
A nonprofit known as Facts First USA, which doesn't disclose its donors, will reportedly spend millions of dollars annually to establish a team that will attack Republican investigations into the activities of President Donald Trump and his son Hunter Biden. Another left-wing group known as the Congressional Integrity Project will also spend millions to establish a war room to target House committee investigations.
According to a memo released by Facts First, the White House cannot be the only entity that responds to the barrage of congressional investigations.
DAVID BROCK is leaving MEDIA MATTERS (@mmfa) & @AMERICAN_BRIDGE to start & run a new 501(c)4, @FactsFirstUSA that aims to raise $5m/year for "A SWAT Team to Counter Republican Congressional Investigations," per memo to Dem donors, outside groups & others. https://t.co/VbFsD1Oxe0
— Kenneth P. Vogel (@kenvogel) November 17, 2022
The group will also work to defend the White House from what it calls the "web of lies" that Republicans have created. It will focus on issues that are personally important to Biden and the administration. According to David Brock, the founder of Facts First, the organization will set its own agenda.
The White House has reportedly supported some of the initiatives aimed at preventing Republican investigations, while also assembling its own team. In addition, Biden's team has been working with other lawyers to fend off potential subpoenas and attempts to impeach him.
A senior administration official reportedly said that the White House could hire more staff members to handle the various investigations that will be carried out by Republicans.
The political arm of a left-wing think tank, the Center for American Progress, is also reportedly planning on labeling the investigations carried out by the Republicans as politically motivated.
The White House and the groups involved in the investigations, including the Congressional Integrity Project, did not respond to requests for comment.
The preceding is a summary of an article that originally appeared on DAILY CALLER.