'I Want Hillary to Win Badly': Facebook Billionaires Unite to Stop TrumpChris Menahan
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Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg and Facebook co-founder Dustin Moskovitz are doing everything in their power to stop Donald Trump.
Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg told Hillary Clinton's campaign chairman John Podesta that she "badly" wants Clinton to become president, according to new emails released by Wikileaks.
This exchange confirms Sandberg has a more personal stake in her Clinton campaign interactions than suspected. Just last month, Politico's Ben White wrote of hearing chatter that she might consider serving in Clinton's would-be Cabinet, though it would be a tough decision to leave her California home for Washington, DC.Despite living in a walled off compound, Zuckerberg opposes Americans being allowed the same protection on our southern border.
Not to be outdone by Sandberg using everything at her disposal to stop Trump, lesser known Facebook co-founder Dustin Moskovitz has dumped an "unprecedented" $35 million into Hillary Clinton's coffers.
As Politico reports:
If the first $20 million yielded cheers, the second $15 million generated stunned silence.Note: despite Adelson pledging to give Trump $100 million, he only gave him $5 million.
"This is a unicorn-type campaign gift -- you just don't see someone basically walk into a campaign without a significant track record of activity and contribute at this level," said veteran Democratic strategist Chris Lehane, a Clinton White House alum who works closely with top party donors in Silicon Valley.In his Medium post last month, Moskovitz made it clear his goal is to crush the nationalist "tribalism" Trump represents:
The polarization in America today has yielded a race that is about much more than policies and ideas. It has become a referendum on who we want to be — as individuals, as a nation and as a society. Will we be driven by fear, towards tribalism, emphasizing the things that divide us? Will we focus on how to advantage those most similar to us while building barriers to separate us from the rest of the world? Or, alternatively, will we continue in the direction of increased tolerance, diversity and interdependence in the name of mutual prosperity?According to Moskovitz, America must fall in the interests of "diversity," "interdependence," and "tolerance."
We must fight against these people with every fiber of our being.
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