Silicon Valley Backs Trump, Climate Cartel Violates Antitrust Laws, Dems Misguided on Jobs

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Posted 36 days ago

Here's the latest on the growing support for former President Donald Trump among Silicon Valley's tech elite, the House Judiciary Committee's report on a "climate cartel" violating antitrust laws, and the Democrats' misguided celebration of Americans working multiple jobs to make ends meet.

In a recent interview on the Jesse Watters show, Silicon Valley billionaire David Sacks explained why he and other tech leaders are increasingly supporting Donald Trump. Sacks, who recently hosted a fundraiser for Trump that raised $12 million in one night, said that Trump is making inroads into Silicon Valley and that Biden is alienating people with his hostile policies towards innovation. Sacks also noted that Trump is willing to listen to the concerns of the tech industry and is in favor of innovation, including cryptocurrency.

Meanwhile, a House Judiciary Committee report has accused a "climate cartel" of colluding to force American companies to adopt anti-fossil fuel policies, which have harmed consumers. The report alleges that left-wing environmental activists and major financial institutions have engaged in behaviors that violate antitrust laws. The report also notes that soon after the Judiciary Committee launched its investigation into the alleged collusion, several major asset managers withdrew nearly $14 trillion of total assets under management from Climate Action 100+, a group that has been accused of bullying and threatening asset managers to join and obey the climate cartel.

Finally, Democrats are celebrating the fact that more Americans are working multiple jobs to make ends meet, but critics argue that this is a sign of a struggling economy. The May jobs report showed that fewer Americans were working in May than in April, and that those who were employed needed to work more jobs to make ends meet. This is a substantive economic problem for President Joe Biden, who has been criticized for his handling of the economy.


In contrast, Donald Trump's pro-business policies helped create a booming economy before the pandemic hit. Trump's tax cuts and deregulation efforts led to record-low unemployment rates and a surge in job growth. If Trump were still in office, it's likely that the economy would be in a much stronger position today.

In conclusion, the growing support for Donald Trump among Silicon Valley's tech elite, the House Judiciary Committee's report on a "climate cartel" violating antitrust laws, and the Democrats' misguided celebration of Americans working multiple jobs to make ends meet all highlight the failures of the Biden administration and the need for a return to conservative, pro-business policies.





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