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Well to me the swamp was the establishment on both sides. We will see if Trump can have an impact, but what I do know, without any doubt in my mind, is that the establishment on both sides hate him.
Clearly on the left, which goes without saying. But on the right; the national review, Mccain, McConnell, Graham,the bushes, Rubio
According to an independent-expenditure report filed this week, KelliPAC paid $450,000 to Cambridge Analytica for “Analytics” and “TV media purchase” on August 18.
According to the filing, KelliPAC has paid Cambridge Analytica $710,303.09 so far this cycle. “Cambridge has always been one of the names that floats around as a top-notch, data-driven campaign model, and so it was just always kind of something that we wanted to try,” says Doug McKee, the treasurer of KelliPAC. He says there was no discussion with the Mercers about using the firm, nor did the Mercers make any request that they do so.
Still, it’s become a familiar pattern: Most of the candidates who have employed Cambridge Analytica have been the recipients of donations from the Mercers.
But when he brings in outsiders like Tillerson or Bannon, well then these people are too radical, or are to cozy to Russia, etc.
originally posted by: Sublimecraft
a reply to: theantediluvian
Seriously impressive AD!!!
Now, wanna really make a name for yourself as an impartial journo?
Do the same for the Clinton Foundation and then make a cross-comparison diagram of the common denominators from both charts.
That cross-comparison flow chart is the one I'm most interested in - like Soros bankrolling and/or supporting both of them and what other global players and American special interests lobbyists are actually shafting US citizens as a fundamental policy.
This flow chart, and I'm being genuine with you here, could be the catalyst to examine the entire political spectrum of American politics and see just how much Trump has impacted this construct known as 'The Swamp'?
Because just like actual swamps, they're full of various types of monsters - most of whom have no loyalty to anyone but themselves.
originally posted by: Damiel
a reply to: Raggedyman
Mouahahahahaha (respire) hahaha
Where's my ventolin
Clinton won a few more popular votes than Trump - you are aware of that fact ?
Or have you been watching extremely 'alternative' twitter feeds as a base your political news feeds !?!
wow its pretty outrageous how delusional your hypocrisy has gotten, you criticize someone pointing out a link of 5k in the same post that you've made yourself an entire map of similar donations, many of the data points within your map exist for nothing but less then $100 in donations, so to you, its irrelevant that soros gave 5k to a senator, but to you it is utter conspiracy that a republican would donate less then 100$ to the republican presidential candidate during his campaign,
that is going full retard.
So what should worry me about this diagram or these people? Is Robert Mercer an anti American globalist? Or is this just a bunch of people who gave money to a campaign getting various jobs in the administration? Why do you care so much about these people? All honest questions. What is alarming to you about these connections? How will it effect you or me? How will this effect our country? Or is this just pointing out what the new swamp looks like?
Many years ago i slacked at a key point in my life, and missed out on an opportunity to learn relational database design. This is one of those instances i would love to use such a tool and see where it takes me.