U.S. Senator Joseph Lieberman, who is running as a third-party candidate after being defeated by Ned Lamont in the Democratic primary this August, has continuously dismissed claims he’s friendly with President George W. Bush’s administration and Republicans. But some in depth research by ePluribus Media, a nonprofit cooperative of citizen journalists dedicated to researching issues of common concern while following strict ethical standards, found an elaborate web being woven between Lieberman and the GOP through an IP address owned by the Donatelli Group/Campaign Solutions. Why is the GOP giving Lieberman a hand in winning the November election when it has its own candidate, Republican Alan ‘Gold’ Schlesinger? Click here to read their conclusions.