Joyanna Adams

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Nobody Reads: The Smear

Nobody Reads

From Sharyl Attkisson’s great book: The Smear: Here’s a little tidbit about Google and Hillary. And how it was actually Hillary who started the “fake News” debate, in order to shut down conservative speech.

Cleverly, Trump took it…and showed it for what it was.

But you and I know that little happens by accident…ideas put before us are usually put there for a reason. When determining possible motivation behind any movement, it’s helpful to know who’s funding it. I learned that First Draft was founded in the United Kingdom in 2015, with primary backing from Google. The executive chairman of Google’s parent company, Alphabet, is Hillary backer Eric Schmidt. Alphabet was Hillary’s second largest campaign contributor. According to internal campaign emails, Google offered up use of its jet to Clinton during her campaign. Schmidt and his team were tasked with helping build Clinton’s campaign website. He also submitted “notes” to the campaign regarding his desire to help get Hillary elected, and outlining recommendations as to how she should organize her campaign. Therefore, is it unreasonable to think that Google’s First Draft venture, which started up at the beginning of the 2016 election cycle and became the first to dive into the anti—“fake news” narrative, is driven by those seeking to advance Clinton and related political interests?

First Draft describes itself on it’s website as “a non-profit working on solutions to the challenges associated with trust & truth in the digital age.” Its partners include Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, the New York Times, the Washington Post, BuzzFeed, and CN: primarily left leaning entities.

Before its connections to the Hillary campaign, (Google) it advised Obama and its representatives were invited to more than 420 closed-door meetings in Obama’s White House.

(Nobody reported any of this during the campaign, but now you know.)

 

 

April 6, 2019 Posted by | conspiracy, corruption, Hillary Clinton, Uncategorized | , , | Leave a comment

   

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