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originally posted by: carewemust
originally posted by: caterpillage
Thing i find hillaryious, is even 1.5 billion couldnt get that miserable wretch elected.
A lot of it went to her medical care. Dementia, Seizures, Incontinence, Blackouts...all that is costly.
“We’re not trying to obfuscate anything, we’re just trying to keep our heads down and do stuff,” says Michael Slaby, who runs the Groundwork. He was the chief technology officer for president Barack Obama’s 2008 campaign, a top digital executive for Obama 2012, and the former chief technology strategist for TomorrowVentures, Schmidt’s angel investment fund.
He explained that the Groundwork and its parent company, Chicago-based Timshel—which according to its website is named for a Hebrew word meaning “you may” and is devoted to “helping humanity solve our most difficult social, civic, and humanitarian challenges”—are “all one project, with the same backers,” whom he declined to name.
"The Groundwork," tech firm backed by Google's Eric Schmidt Paid $504,160 by #Hillary campaign, per #FEC records."
Several outside firms connected to Google also worked on the Clinton 2016 campaign. Those included Civis Analytics and The Groundwork, two companies that compiled data and polling on voters for the campaign and that were funded by Google’s Schmidt.6 Hillary for America spent more than $590,000 on services from The Groundwork and at least $48,000 on Civis Analytics in this campaign cycle.7 8 Clinton’s primary super PAC, Priorities USA, has spent more than $800,000 with Civis Analytics this cycle.9