It turns out that the very same public relations firm that worked on both of Barack Obama’s campaigns as well as Clinton’s campaign during this election, is also representing the Hamilton Electors who are trying to keep electors from casting their votes for Donald Trump as President. Small world huh? Well, it is if you are a Marxist Progressive. Megaphone Strategies was founded by none other than commie Van Jones. They also have people on staff from Bernie Sanders campaign. They have also represented Black Lives Matter. If you are evil and have money, they are there for you. Their trail leads right back to the White House and Hillary Clinton.
Only two of Megaphone Strategies’ employees have not worked for Democratic politicians… but they are still big liberals. I’m sure that’s a prerequisite of the job there. And if that’s not incestuous enough for you, there’s more. Vien Truong, who is listed as one of the firm’s four board members, starred at a Hillary Clinton fundraiser hosted last September by pro-Clinton environmentalist organization CleanTech Party. He is also the director of another Van Jones endeavor: Green for All, an environmentalist org that received a $200,000 cash infusion from left-wing financier George Soros through his Open Society Foundations as recently as 2010. These are the people that brand politicians and are in charge of selling them to Americans. Now, they are gunning for Trump.
From The Daily Caller:
The public relations firm working behind the scenes with the faithless electors is rife with ties to prominent Democrats like President Obama and twice-failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
Megaphone Strategies, whose stated mission is to “use PR as a tool to diversify progressive movements,” typically works with progressive causes like Black Lives Matter. The firm is representing the handful of “faithless electors” trying to keep President-elect Donald Trump from winning the Electoral College vote.
The firm was co-founded by Van Jones, the former green jobs czar in the Obama White House who later resigned after it was revealed he signed a statement questioning whether the Bush administration had a role in the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. Jones now works as a CNN commentator.
Molly Haigh, Megaphone’s co-founder and president, worked for Barack Obama’s 2008 presidential campaign. Haigh blames the Republican party’s “racist, misogynist, xenophobic fear mongering” for Trump’s rise to power.
Texas Republican elector Chris Suprun, who is claiming he will not cast his vote for Donald Trump and joins the Democrats in their fight to keep him our of the White House, says he is standing against Trump after watching Vice President-elect Pence defend a tweet of Trump’s on television. He further claims no one got to him. I find that very hard to believe, unless of course he’s really not a Republican at all.
You will just cringe at the mission statement of Megaphone Strategies:
Mgaphone Strategies is a new social justice media strategy firm run for purpose, not profit. We offer cutting edge strategy, training, and media relations services to high-impact social justice organizations and individuals. Our mission is to use PR as a tool to diversify progressive movements — lifting up diverse progressive leadership in the media — and to provide services based on ability to change the world, not ability to pay.
We are run by and for the movement, profits are reinvested into the movement to provide services to up-and-coming groups who couldn’t traditionally afford our work.
If you think these people aren’t in it for money and power, I have some great land in Nevada I’d like to show you. That statement is bull crap. They are the marketing agents of Marxist politicians and radicals. They fear Donald Trump like a vampire fears holy water and the cross. Someone really needs to pull these blood suckers into the daylight and expose them.