As Joe Biden continues his preparations to take over the Oval Office in January, there are new details emerging regarding his transition team, his cabinet, and the overall ethos of the liberal lawmaker.
Given just how divided the nation has been, Biden’s continued promises to reach across the aisle as President are likely to ring hollow. The far left wing of the Democratic party isn’t going to give the former VP much leeway here either, meaning that the turnover on Pennsylvania Avenue could be severe.
Details have been scarce thus far, however, possibly due to the Trump team’s reluctance to move ahead with the traditional transition process. For now, we’re still relying on rumors of how things could go, and one of the latest bits of gossip has some Americans worried.
Former Google CEO and Clinton lackey Eric Schmidt is being considered to lead a key tech task force in a Biden administration, according to a report in the Financial Times.
Even though the election result is still disputed by President Donald Trump and the Republicans, Joe Biden is already forming his transition team, which includes many former Silicon Valley employees, including Schmidt.
Schmidt is far from being an open-minded centrist.
Multiple Big Tech executives joined the Biden transition team just weeks before Silicon Valley censored the New York Post‘s bombshell articles on alleged Biden family corruption.
Schmidt is known for his close ties to the Democrats, as well as his deep involvement with their election campaigns. These have paid off in terms of government roles at both the state and national level.
Google’s vast and unadulterated power online has been a cause of concern for freedom experts, who believe that the enormous tech conglomerate’s vast reach and liberal lean could be exploited to shape the culture of America in whatever image they choose.
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