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Mr. Google Eric Schmidt dumping Hillary on unsuspecting society


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With just one year to vote time, it’s Google, and not Donald Trump, that is running run away with the 2016 presidential race.

While folk hero Trump’s goal is ‘Make America Great Again’, unfortunately for freedom and liberty worldwide, Google’s is ‘Return Hillary Clinton’ to the White House’.

Undercover until Drudge gave oxygen to the story on Friday in short: “An under-the-radar startup funded by billionaire Eric Schmidt has become a major technology vendor for Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign, underscoring the bonds between Silicon Valley and Democratic politics.”  (Quartz, Oct. 9, 2015)

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The same technology that helped re-elect Obama in 2012 is now being used by Google engineers for Hillary Clinton.

For the gullible who think justice is destined to find Hillary over the news-grabbing email scandal, or for the Clinton Foundation’s Pay for Play fundraising style, neither one will ever be found in Google’s algorithms.

Google algorithms are clever at news manipulation by burying news that matters. Readers will be able to find ‘Hillary the Good’ on Google’s first few pages, but have to hunt for stories about the role she played in Benghazi, and in other scandals.

Much easier to see Google algorithm at play in Google images. Google pictures show Hillary looking her best, while Conservative Ted Cruz’s Google pics make him look like how the Dems portray this intellect: as a spittle-flecked ‘extremist’.

Now ‘Mr, Google’ Eric Schmidt is using his considerable wealth and power to make Hillary Clinton America’s 45th.

Naysayers already countering “No way, Jose!” don’t realize that Schmidt, and other Google ‘engineers’, already pulled it off with digitized ‘Messiah’ Barack Hussein Obama in 2008—and in a 2012 encore.

Patriots are happy that Obama is fading out of the picture without realizing he’s fading into a pantsuit

Patriots are happy that Obama is fading out of the picture without realizing he’s fading into a pantsuit.

Here, as they say is “the thing”:  All Google staffers not embedded in the White House, are embedded in the Hillary Clinton campaign waiting to drop the other shoe on an unsuspecting society.

That Clinton and Obama are natural enemies is so much bunk and urban legend. Both cut their teeth on Saul Alinsky of ‘Rules for Radicals’ infamy. Both are darlings of the elite and progressives.

Hillary, who claimed she could never use two cell phones and asked “Wipe it”? (her computer drive) “With a cloth?” is amazingly tech savvy. She’s Obama in a pantsuit.

“Although Obama’s technology staff downplays credit for his election victories, there’s no doubt they played a crucial role. One former Obama staffer, Elan Kriegel, who now leads analytics for the Clinton campaign, suggested the technology accounted for perhaps two percentage points of the campaign’s four percent margin of victory in 2012. (Quartz)

Rush Limbaugh’s correctly dubbed ‘low information’ voters are much cheaper than the proverbial cheaper by the dozen, making those with computers easy pickins’ for Google engineers.

“The 2012 campaign’s analytics team constructed a complex model of the electorate to identify 15 million undecided voters that could be swayed to Obama’s side. They drew on databases which compiled a comprehensive record of voters’ interactions with the campaign—Facebook pages liked, volunteer contacts, events attended, money donated—and assigned them a score based on how strongly they supported Obama. (Quartz)

The Groundwork, according to Democratic campaign operatives and technologists, is part of efforts by Schmidt—the executive chairman of Google parent-company Alphabet—to ensure that Clinton has the engineering talent needed to win the election. And it is one of a series of quiet investments by Schmidt that recognize how modern political campaigns are run, with data analytics and digital outreach as vital ingredients that allow candidates to find, court, and turn out critical voter blocs.

“The Groundwork is one of the Clinton campaign’s biggest vendors, billing it for more than $177,000 in the second quarter of 2015, according to federal filings. Yet many political operatives know little about it. Its website consists entirely of a grey-on-black triangle logo that suggests “the digital roots of change” while also looking vaguely like the Illuminati symbol:

“We’re not trying to obfuscate anything, we’re just trying to keep our heads down and do stuff,” says Michael Slaby, who runs the Groundwork. He was the chief technology officer for president Barack Obama’s 2008 campaign, a top digital executive for Obama 2012, and the former chief technology strategist for TomorrowVentures, Schmidt’s angel investment fund.

“He explained that the Groundwork and its parent company, Chicago-based Timshel—which according to its website is named for a Hebrew word meaning “you may” and is devoted to “helping humanity solve our most difficult social, civic, and humanitarian challenges”—are “all one project, with the same backers,” whom he declined to name.

“There are a lot of people who can write big checks. Eric recognizes how the technology he’s been building his whole career can be applied to different spaces.”

“Schmidt did not respond to several requests for comment. But several Democratic political operatives and technologists, who would only speak anonymously to avoid offending Schmidt and the Clinton campaign, confirmed that the Groundwork is funded at least in part by the Alphabet chairman.

“The Groundwork was initially based in an office in downtown Brooklyn just blocks from the headquarters of its biggest client: the Clinton campaign. There, a staff made up mostly of senior software engineers began building the tools and infrastructure that could give her a decisive advantage.

“Slaby has a reputation for being able to bridge the cultural divide between politicos and techies. And sources say the Groundwork was created to minimize the technological gap that occurs between presidential campaign cycles while pushing forward the Big Data infrastructure that lies at the heart of modern presidential politics.

“There is also another gap in play: The shrinking distance between Google and the Democratic Party. Former Google executive Stephanie Hannon is the Clinton campaign’s chief technology officer, and a host of ex-Googlers are currently employed as high-ranking technical staff at the Obama White House. Schmidt, for his part, is one of the most powerful donors in the Democratic Party—and his influence does not stem only from his wealth, estimated by Forbes at more than $10 billion.

“At a time when private-sector money is flowing largely unchecked into US politics, Schmidt’s funding of the Groundwork suggests that 2016’s most valuable resource may not be donors capable of making eight-figure donations to Super PACs, but rather supporters who know how to convince talented engineers to forsake (at least for awhile) the riches of Silicon Valley for the rough-and-tumble pressure cooker of a presidential campaign.

“There are a lot of people who can write big checks,” Slaby says. “Eric recognizes how the technology he’s been building his whole career can be applied to different spaces. The idea of tech as a force multiplier is something he deeply understands.”

As part of Google’s transformation into Alphabet Inc., the company on Friday released a new code of conduct that does away with the iconic “Don’t be evil” slogan that was first revealed when the company went public back in 2004.” (Quartz)

Ironically enough it’s now: “Do the right thing”.

Meanwhile, those of us awake now know where Hillary gets her smug: from Google.

People were outraged when Hillary stated “What difference does it make” in reference to the deaths of four Americans including Ambassador Christopher Stevens in Benghazi.

Those inconsiderate to Benghazi victims and their loved ones, hateful words could just as easily be applied to American presidential politics now with Google in her pocket.

We the People have just one year to get out of the digital desert, by somehow finding the way to break through Google’s powerful algorithms.

Are you with us, Donald Trump?


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Judi McLeod is an award-winning journalist with 30 years’ experience in the print media. A former Toronto Sun columnist, she also worked for the Kingston Whig Standard. Her work has appeared on Rush Limbaugh, Newsmax.com, Drudge Report, Foxnews.com.

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