WHOA: Communication chiefs at Big Tech social media giants ALL worked for Democrats

Friday, August 21, 2020
By Paul Martin

by: JD Heyes
Friday, August 21, 2020

If you needed additional evidence that the big tech social media giants are nothing more than echo chambers for Marxist Democratic propaganda, a discovery by producer and director Robby Starbuck should convince you.

“Heads of comms at Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat all worked for elected Democrats previously and in some cases also worked for left wing activist groups. TikTok comms posted #Resist. They know @realDonaldTrump dominated social media in 2016 so they’re rigging the game,” Starbuck posted on Twitter Aug. 12.

“A competent media that wasn’t entirely biased toward one side would ask some questions about the fact every comms department at every social media company is obviously compromised by political conflicts of interest. The fact they aren’t talking about it is revealing,” he added in a follow-up post.

Starbuck identified:

— Nick Pacilio, the communications director at Twitter, was Democratic vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris’ press secretary.

— Andy Stone, Facebook’s communication’s director and former comms guy for majority House Democrats, the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, and Democratic lawmakers.

“We are thrilled to have Andy on board,” the political action committee’s executive director, Ali Lapp, said in a statement when he started. “Andy brings many assets to House Majority PAC — his understanding of the House, experience in California — one of our most important states in 2012 — and he knows firsthand what it’s like to be fighting for progressive principles and policies every day.”

“I am excited to join House Majority PAC,” Stone said. “I look forward to working with this talented team to hold Republicans accountable for their extreme and out of touch policies — and to help win back the House.”

— Kristina Schake, onetime global communications director for Instagram who worked for the 2016 Hillary Clinton campaign and with former first lady Michelle Obama.

— Hilary McQuaide, communications chief for TikTok, who has argued against First Amendment protections for religious freedom by claiming they are discriminatory.

— Talia Yates, head of global communications for YouTube, who retweeted a post from Steve Schmidt, the former campaign manger for Sen. John McCain’s failed 2008 campaign in which he characterized President Donald Trump as “a thug and autocrat.”

— Laura Nichols, vice president of communications for Snapchat, has a long association with Democratic advocacy.


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