Mo Norai has worked in Silicon Valley for a decade. He’s done stints at Google, Twitter, Facebook, and Apple, but only as a contract worker, meaning he has missed out on the tech giants’ storied perks, benefits and job security. So when he was approached last April by a recruiter from a company called Tech Jobs Box about a full-time job, he was intrigued.https://gizmodo.com/how-conservative-activists-catfished-twitter-1823533394
A woman named Kelly Dale contacted him via LinkedIn promising that “salary and benefits would be competitive.”
“It really hooked me,” Norai told me last month.
After a brief phone conversation, Dale said he seemed like a great candidate and set up in-person interviews with her colleague and an investor in the company. Those went well and for four months last year, Norai thought he had a new job. He was in regular communication with his new colleagues, meeting up with them for dinner, drinks, and a baseball game, but they kept pushing his start date back, saying they were securing office space and finalizing funding.
But in fact, there was no job. Tech Jobs Box wasn’t a real company. Kelly Dale and the rest of his new “colleagues” were actually operatives for Project Veritas, a conservative investigative group founded by James O’Keefe that specializes in secretly recording people.
At least three people from the campaign team of Donald Trump allegedly played a key role in organising the rally in Washington that culminated in a deadly assault on the US Capitol building, belying the campaign’s claim that they did “organise, operate or finance” the event.https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/us-politics/capitol-riots-trump-rally-mulvaney-b1788720.html
"The entire election frankly in all the swing states should be overturned and the legislatures should make sure that the electors are selected for Trump," Sidney Powell, one of Mr Trump's lawyers, told Fox Business Network on Thursday.To be clear, it's unconstitutional for State legislatures to override the popular vote. The federal Constitution gives legislatures the power to set the rules for choosing Electors, but it doesn't give them the power to change the rules ex post facto. The federal Constitution also reserves to the US Congress the power to set the "Time of chusing the Electors", and the Congress has done so (in 3 USC §1), and that Time is now in the past.
Charles Koch, a fossil fuel industry leader worth an estimated $47.5 Billion, believes in a world with no taxes, no health service, no state pension, no minimum wage, no sick leave, no disability support, no welfare system, no police, no foreign aid, no financial or climate change regulation. His Far-Right Libertarian politics are a vision of the very un-British 'survival of the fittest'. If this were just only in his head, it wouldn't be so dangerous - but using Brexit as a vehicle, Far-Right Libertarianism is becoming our reality.#politics #UKPolitics #USPolitics #libertarianism #FarRight #business #holocaust #SocialMedia #CambridgeAnalytica #CharlesKoch #RobertMercer #SteveBannon
...“Charles Koch sat on the board of Trustees of the 'Freedom School' with Holocaust deniers and Nazi sympathises Harry Elmer Barnes and James J. Martin."
Robert Mercer, a hedge fund manager worth an estimated $900 Million contributed millions of dollars to Koch's campaigns and shares Charles Koch's values... However, after Koch's failure against Obama in 2012, Mercer realised the importance of Social Media in elections.
The Libertarian parties have never won an election and Robert Mercer needed a Social Media propaganda weapon to get his and Koch's unpopular Libertarian policies into Government. When Steve Bannon presented him in 2013 with Cambridge Analytica's plan to create a psychological warfare tool to win elections he invested $15 Million.