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the Trump aides slated to run the group, as well as with Home Depot co-founder Bernie Marcus and his political guru Steve Hantler, who are expected to provide key financial backing for the effort.
Until recently, the Mercers’ support was considered a virtual certainty. Cambridge Analytica, the data analytics firm owned largely by the family and routinely employed to work on its political projects, had already begun doing work for the outside effort, according to a source familiar with the conversations, though it’s not clear whether that work is ongoing. The firm declined comment.
How many threads are created about Hillary and how she's going to be found guilty?
originally posted by: Swills
a reply to: Tardacus
Yeah, I agree but allowing them all to control your gov't and tax dollars to line their pockets while exerting power and control is something you think is a good idea?
Here's a hint, them 1% are all apart of that Big Club you're describing. It's a Big Club but you ain't in it. You and I are not in the Big Club. It's filled with people who don't care about you. They don't care about you at all. At all. They use the politicians to give you the illusion of choice. You don't. You have no choice. They own you. They own everything.
You think this is a good thing all because they know each other? Goldman Sachs, along with many other Big Banks, have all been fined for various, serious criminal acts. They caused 2007 to literally line their pockets. No jail time, well some, but few, fall guys went down but the top guys are still there and in Trump's administration. They only care about themselves and making money. Trump is opening that door for them and you think it's okay because they know each other?
To be fair to Trump, he didn't hang out with Goldman Sachs and has no relationship to them, well besides loans I'm sure. He was introduced to them because of one man, Wall Street Billionaire Robert Mercer who dropped Ted Cruz and took ahold of Trump's campaign once he got the nomination. After that, the billionaires and Wall Street were fully on board.
originally posted by: theantediluvian
I'm sure this won't be as viewed as a thread showing how Soros gave $5k to some group and therefore supposedly controls them,