A Naked Purchase Attempt

Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan have given $250 billion (that’s with a ‘b’) to the Center for Tech and Civic Life, an election activist organization that’s active in a number of Progressive-Democrat strongholds in Wisconsin and expanding nationwide.

George Soros, even if the tales are true, is a piker. Zuckerberg and Chan are openly trying to buy the upcoming election. This is another example of the Progressive-Democratic Party in action.

Our republic is in increasing danger from the Patrician class.

For another perspective, that works out to about a dollar a voter in the general election. When I was in the Philippines during the post-Marcos (it turned out) Philippine Presidential election, the one that brought Corazon Aquino to power, my house girl told me that she’d been offered by a lower-level politician candidate 20 pesos—about a dollar at the time—if she’d vote for him. She then proudly said she’d declined his offer; she’d already accepted another politician’s pesos, and she’d stay with that one.

2 thoughts on “A Naked Purchase Attempt

    • My Twitter response to Zuckerberg’s…nonsense:
      No, @NotMarkZucker, what you and other media need to start doing is sit down, shut up, stop censoring speech.
      Regarding your crocodile tears over potential violence, the Progressive-Democrat candidates already have promised unrest, violence if the election doesn’t go their way.
      Indeed, as you, @NotMarkZucker, know full well, the Progressive-Democratic Party’s candidate for Vice President has said in so many words that she supports the existing “unrest,” the existing violence.

      Eric Hines

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