Skip to comments.Schumer got $50K in donations from Facebook — and his daughter got a job
Posted on 11/19/2018 8:26:46 AM PST by ColdOne
What does it take to friend a U.S. senator?
If youre Facebook, all you need is about $50,000 in donations and a cushy job for the politicians daughter.
Facebook employees, including some at the top of its corporate pyramid, have helped fill Schumers campaign coffers and hes returned the favor by carrying water for the social media giant in Congress, according to a recent report.
And Alison Schumer, the senators youngest of two daughters, works as a Facebook product marketing manager which pays an average of $160,000, according to Glassdoor.com.
It sure looks hinky, political strategist Susan Del Percio told The Post. This is an industry thats been trying for years to fend off heavy government regulation by actively cultivating relationships with senators and House members.
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Hinky? I don’t like people speaking around me who make up words.
Schmuckie’s so corrupt he’ll prostitute his youngest daughter
Parent of the Year?
I guarantee you that person did not make up that word. But you have the right to hang with people you choose.
That’s a pretty common word. I hear LEOs use it often.
“Hinky” has been around for years.
The deep state pays well. Go along and youll get lucrative book deals, generous speaking fees, and other legal payouts, and your children will receive cushy jobs.
Both are words....fwiw-
I’ve only heard it used once. Tommy Lee Jones, in one of the fugitive movies, barked at one of his underlings for using a word he never heard before.
Don’t get ‘all wee wee’d up’ over it
Allison is marring Elizabeth
Corrupt Chuckie Schumer.
I was told having a “hinky feeling” was law enforcement speak.
First off, ALL words are ‘made up’.
Second, just because you don’t know a word doesn’t mean that others don’t know it and use it.
Maybe you meant to say that you think the word ‘hinky’ is slang or argot, cant, dialect, jargon, jive, language, lingo, patois, patter, shop, or shoptalk.
Actually, what I MEANT was to make a funny reference to a movie line but no one here seems to be following along. No worries. I don’t give a crap how people talk. To a lesser observer, the use of “words” like ain’t, cred, and hinky may seem like hip speak or dialed in rhetoric. But, as has been said by Kings and Queens, I am not a lesser observer.
OK, I'll bite. What was the movie ?
It was in The Fugitive. A scene with Tommy Lee Jones.
(of a person) dishonest or suspect.
I hate to say it but this stuff is all over government. Both sides of the aisle except, of course, for Silicon Valley being so to the CIA/left right now.
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