The debunked study you’re referring to was based on 21 undecided voters. For context that’s about half the number of people associated with your campaign who have been indicted. https://t.co/0zHnWvGjSv— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) August 19, 2019
Now, switching to .@HillaryClinton: This is going to hurt me to write, because I & my whole extended family have been strong supporters of the Clintons for decades. I have a framed, signed letter from #Bill on the wall near my desk. But #Hillary should be ashamed of herself. pic.twitter.com/FKyLiKonyw— Dr. Robert Epstein (@DrREpstein) August 20, 2019
#Hillary has long depended on #Google for both money & votes. Her largest donor in 2016 was Alphabet/Google. Her Chief Technology Officer during the campaign was Stephanie Hannon, a former Google exec. And then there’s #EricSchmidt, longtime head of Google – the guy in the pic: pic.twitter.com/dSV8wOPwAH— Dr. Robert Epstein (@DrREpstein) August 20, 2019
A leaked email showed that in 2014 #Google‘s #EricSchmidt offered to run #Hillary‘s tech campaign (see pic). In 2015, Schmidt in fact funded The Groundwork, a highly secretive tech company, the sole purpose of which was to put Clinton into office. https://t.co/rXMNH9bLYV pic.twitter.com/MRjGpCJcvr— Dr. Robert Epstein (@DrREpstein) August 20, 2019
That done, Epstein asked why his supposedly “debunked” work was being taken so seriously by so many important institutions.
About 96% of 2016 campaign donations from #Google employees went to #Hillary. And #ElanKriegel, Hillary’s Chief Analytics Officer, credits his 2012 tech team, informally supervised by #EricSchmidt, for half of Obama’s win margin: nearly 2.5 million votes. https://t.co/vEaufq3M11 pic.twitter.com/tSI05RS3uu— Dr. Robert Epstein (@DrREpstein) August 20, 2019
#Hillary: If my work has been “debunked,” why was it included in a volume just published by #Oxford U.? Why have I been invited to speak about it at prestigious venues worldwide: #Stanford U., #Yale Law School (where both you & Bill went), even our #Senate (where you served)? pic.twitter.com/rmMeB1oJn3— Dr. Robert Epstein (@DrREpstein) August 20, 2019