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Microsoft is Already Bribing the Likely Next US President (Having Also Paid the Trump Campaign) to Ensure Microsoft Can Get Away With Crimes and Receive Bailouts from Taxpayers

Months ago: With Help From Donald Trump, Microsoft is Plundering and Looting the American Taxpayers, Then Gloating About It

Expanding Brain Meme: Bribery, Campaign contributions, Political engagement



Summary: Microsoft is still controlling "both sides" to ensure that it remains in control of the administration; it's already looting the taxpayers while still lying to shareholders ('legalised' embezzlement)

THE US ELECTION is only days away (we expect the existing dictator to reject the results, letting the outcome drag on for months), but that does not mean we should refrain from saying something negative about the other wannabe dictator, who attacked the American constitution after 9/11.



"No matter which party is in power, Microsoft stays in control and Microsoft is once again faking Azure results (there are layoffs in Azure), in effect defrauding shareholders once again (while the SEC is controlled by the Trump regime, so we don't expect much to come out of it)."Just to be clear, we wrote a great deal about Microsoft influence in the United States government when Obama was in charge, after he had been bribed by Microsoft. The US government may have two (major) parties, but the masters remain mostly the same. While millions of people descended into poverty/bankruptcies Bill Gates became more than 50% richer under the Trump regime (while he still pretends to be giving away his wealth -- an old lie that's harder to stick anymore). He's very close to Trump and his ordeals with law enforcement are no more; Trump is protecting him and Microsoft. No matter which party is in power, Microsoft stays in control and Microsoft is once again faking Azure results (there are layoffs in Azure), in effect defrauding shareholders once again (while the SEC is controlled by the Trump regime, so we don't expect much to come out of it). And as a side note, CNBC now has Microsoft moles embedded in it, albeit they're disguised as 'journalists' (we know and can see the names). They constantly hail Gates (as if he's the new antitrust authority/regulator) and they help relay lies about the company's financial situation, albeit it is disguised as so-called 'news'...

Why not just let Microsoft write the "news" about itself? Saves money, right?

Now, regarding Biden, a reader told us about this article entitled "Microsoft prepares to avoid scrutiny under Biden" and it says that "according to OpenSecrets [...] A Microsoft spokesperson said the company has a history of engaging with presidential administrations on issues that matter to its business."

"So no matter who wins this upcoming election (we predict chaos and riots will ensue, irrespective of the outcome), Microsoft will carry on robbing taxpayers while totally avoiding accountability for anything.""Engaging" is newspeak for bribery. As this other new article put it, "Microsoft's Smith, whose donations have mostly helped Democrats, has made several contributions to Republicans, including a $15,000 (roughly Rs. 11,10,000) donation to the National Republican Congressional Committee, according to campaign finance records."

Now they pay Biden as well. So no matter who wins this upcoming election (we predict chaos and riots will ensue, irrespective of the outcome), Microsoft will carry on robbing taxpayers while totally avoiding accountability for anything.

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