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Silicon Valley Billionaire Is Engaged In A Campaign to ‘Destroy Donald Trump’

via Forbes
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A recent report took notice of Reid Hoffman’s significant contributions to Democratic and anti-Trump initiatives, drawing parallels between Hoffman and left-wing billionaire George Soros.

The report highlights Hoffman’s financial support for causes aimed at damaging Donald Trump politically and his involvement in various political action committees.

It also mentions Hoffman’s ties to Jeffrey Epstein and his past advocacy against sexual predators, labeling it as hypocrisy. (Trending: Bombshell Email Uncovered Between Joe Biden And Hunter)

“There’s no shortage of leftist mega-donors for funding America’s ‘progressive’ revolution,” the report read.

“Meet the newest billionaire backing it: Reid Hoffman, whose campaign to destroy Donald Trump is matched only by the scale of his #MeToo hypocrisy.”

Additionally, the report covers Hoffman’s involvement in funding Good Information Inc. and his support for a rape lawsuit against Trump.

Hoffman and Soros together funded Good Information Inc., which “plans to invest in, incubate and scale new business models and smart distribution strategies that are capable of breaking through echo chambers and information silos to reach consumers with trusted information.”

Hoffman “planned to return later that year and then fly with Epstein to his Manhattan townhouse in December, then attend a ‘breakfast party’ the following morning with Epstein and Bill Gates,” the report stated.

“Hoffman claims that his last interaction with the pedophile was in 2015, when he invited Epstein to a private dinner in Palo Alto with Mark Zuckerberg, Peter Thiel, and Elon Musk. When the scandal broke four years later, Thiel and Musk distanced themselves from Epstein; Hoffman reportedly did not.”

“It gnaws at me that, by lending my association, I helped his reputation, and thus delayed justice for his survivors,” Hoffman said. “While I relied on MIT’s endorsement, ultimately I made the mistake, and I am sorry for my personal misjudgment.”

“This behavior occurs in our industry not just because some believe it’s no big deal, but also because those who do find it unacceptable don’t do enough to actively discourage it,” Hoffman wrote.

“MANY OF US DO CARE. This is entirely immoral and outrageous behavior. And it falls to us to stand with you, to speak out, and to act.”

“Nothing better captures … hypocrisy than megadonors like Reid Hoffman, the Soros of Silicon Valley, who style themselves great philanthropists in the vein of Henry Ford, John D. Rockefeller Sr., or Andrew Carnegie,” the report read.

“Those men built libraries, universities, and entire cities for the public good. Hoffman and his fellow plutocrats want praise for funding grubby political activism.”

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