The pro-Hillary Clinton Super PAC Correct the Record has launched a $1 million campaign to combat online trolls.
The political action committee, the brainchild of one-time conservative attack dog turned Clinton supporter David Brock, announced it would launch a task force to push back against Clinton haters on social media platforms like Twitter, Facebook and Reddit.
The Barrier Breakers task force — a collection of one-time journalists, bloggers, public affairs people and Clinton advocates — says it aims to "help Clinton supporters push back on online harassment and thank superdelegates."
As you might imagine, some interpreted the statement as a genteel way of saying the task force intends to pay people to antagonize Sanders supporters.
At least #BernieBros are committed enough to troll for free. @HillaryClinton needs to buy hers #barrierbreakers2016— Katie Halper (@kthalps) April 22, 2016
So #barrierbreakers2016 is already broken.— Philip Nobel (@cthon1c) April 22, 2016
Barrier Breakers are especially interested in answering the Berniebros, a group of passionate male supporters of the Vermont Senator whom the Atlantic examined at length, like an anthropology project.
We asked to speak with Correct the Record about this campaign. Stay tuned.
This article originally appeared on Recode.net.