Soros And Hillary Clinton Team Up With New Conspiracy To Prevent Trump’s Victory In 2020
George Soros and Hillary Clinton have both teamed up to float the latest conspiracy about President Trump to try and hurt his bid for re-election.
While in Davos, Switzerland Soros claimed that Facebook is going to be what gets President Trump re-elected in 2020. During a private dinner hosted by his Open Society Foundations at the World Economic Forum Soros said, “Facebook will work to re-elect Trump and Trump will protect Facebook. It makes me very concerned about the outcome of 2020.”
Back in 2018, in Davos, Soros said this about social media platforms:
The distinguishing feature of internet platforms is that they are networks and they enjoy rising marginal returns. They deliberately engineer addiction to the services they provide. This can be very harmful, particularly to adolescents. As Facebook and Google have grown into ever more powerful monopolies, they have become obstacles to innovation, and they have caused a variety of problems of which we are only now beginning to become aware.
But, he wasn’t the only one the past few days claiming that Zuckerberg is going to help re-elect President Trump. Just a mere 24 hours after billionaire George Soros claimed that Facebook is going to help get President Trump re-elected so does failed Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
During an interview with the “Atlantic” magazine, she said that Mark Zuckerberg possesses “Trumpian” qualities matched with “authoritarian” views.
Below is an exchange between with Jeffrey Goldberg, who is the Atlantic’s editor-in-chief and reporter Adrienne Lawrence wrote of the conversation:
Listening to Clinton, I was struck by how remarkably similar her account was to something Zuckerberg had once told me. Facts, Zuckerberg had suggested, are best derived from foraging many opinions, ideally from the billions of humans who use his publishing platform, so that each individual might cherry-pick what to believe. (Cherry-pick is my word, not his.)
I wrote at the time that Zuckerberg’s interpretation was unsatisfying for one thing, and Trumpian for another. When I asked Clinton today whether she too sees a Trumpian quality in Zuckerberg’s reasoning, she nodded. “It’s Trumpian,” she said. “It’s authoritarian.” (Facebook did not immediately provide a response to my request for comment from Zuckerberg.)
It has trumpeted its ability to affect the outcome of an election. There’s good reason to believe, Clinton said, that Facebook is “not just going to reelect Trump, but intend[s] to reelect Trump.”
Facebook as said this is “just plain wrong.” Facebook’s Director of Product Management Rob Leathern said, “Ultimately, we don’t think decisions about political ads should be made by private companies. In the absence of regulation, Facebook and other companies are left to design their own policies. We have based ours on the principle that people should be able to hear from those who wish to lead them, warts and all, and that what they say should be scrutinized and debated in public.”
Back in 2016, President Trump’s campaign did an amazing job using social media and Hillary Clinton’s campaign did not. But’s it’s very interesting to see two people like Clinton and Soros both say the same thing not 24 hours apart. Could this be the next new talking point?
Also, Schiff’s rhetoric may have caught up with him, his screw up just cost him whatever support he had from GOP moderates and one admission by a Democrat Senator spells bad news for Pelosi, Nadler, and Schiff.