New Website PAYTOPLAY.BIZ covers the dirty corruption of “Pay To Play” Silicon Valley Politics
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In the last 48 hours, leaked documents have been published on the internet which reveal the Pay To Play corrupt quid-pro-quo schemes that a criminally illicit group of billionaires set-up in 2008 and 2009. The crimes are still happening but now, so is the blow-back.
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Silicon Valley’s John Doerr, Larry Page, Elon Musk, Eric Schmidt, Steve Spinner, Steve Westly and the White House’s own indicted Steve Rattner have now been documented in public leaks bribing political officials and ordering “hit-jobs” on Bernie Sanders, Cheryl Attkisson, Monica Lewinsky and a host of their competitors. Now “heads must roll” and a one million dollar cash prize has been announced for each one that is arrested and dragged before a winning jury trial. Known as “Pay For Play” in the Guccifer Leaks, The “Special Accounts” in the HSBC Swiss Leaks and “The favors” in the Panama Papers the overt bribery of these men is now entering full view in the public media. An alliance of victims has announced the offer at their websites at http://www.slush-fund.com, http://xyzcase.xyz and in thousands of advertisements around the globe.
A personal “open letter” to one of them, a Mr. John Doerr of Kleiner Perkins, lays it out:
“Dear John”, it begins, “…our private investigators along with former FBI agents we retained and current U.S. Senate investigators that contacted us, inform us that you and your frat house boys organized and paid for the hit job on us. You have also paid off law enforcement bosses to seek to stall investigations. You did stall those investigations but the brakes on your corruption train have now worn out and you are now on your way down hill on the Corruption Express. I think it is non-stop…straight to hell.”
John Doerr, Eric Schmidt, Elon Musk, Larry Page bribed Washington and Sacramento politicians to give them all of the “green energy cleantech cash” while also bribing those same politicians to sabotage their competitors. They have tried to halt law enforcement and civil jury hearings but their time has run out. The victims of their incredible corruption and bribery are demanding their day in court. See more at www.paytoplay.biz
Hundreds of PR Staffers, for $500 Million a Year, work around the clock to try to cover-up these crimes
The Obama administration hired hundreds of public relations employees to sell the administration’s policies, costing U.S. taxpayers $500 million a year, according to the government’s top watchdog.
The Government Accountability Office (GAO) said that the administration added 667 PR staffers between 2008 and 2011 to bring the staffing total to 5,238; the number decreased since then, but 5,100 staffers remained in the administration in 2014, The Washington Times reported.
The GAO says these figures do not include the $100 million spent on private PR consultants to bolster the government’s PR efforts.
The government spent $800 million on contracts with outside advertising firms in 2015 to promote the administration’s policies, The Washington Times reported.
“With increasing pressures on limited federal resources, it is crucial to know how much is spent across the federal government on public relations activities and which federal agencies are spending the most,” said Sen. Mike Enzi, chairman of the Senate Budget Committee, who requested the report.
According to The Washington Times, the Pentagon gained the most PR staffers out of all the federal agencies, with 2,100 employees assigned to the agency.
The Interior Department, Veterans Affairs, Health and Human Services, and Homeland Security also saw big gains in PR staff.
Some departments, such as Social Security, the Transportation and Labor departments, and the National Science Foundation, faced the smallest PR staffing gains in a decade.
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