Although the liberals are saying that the new administration transitioning into Washington is going to be terrible for business, renewable energy, and most importantly, Silicon Valley tech companies, they could not be more wrong. A Donald presidency will make America great again. That includes the tech sector.

Tech industry insiders say that Obama doted on them. He was uncritically fond of big companies. The Donald will relook those company’s corporate interests and put America and Americans first.

Now, with Donald Trump on his way to the White House, SV should figure out how to have a voice in the government without angering liberal employees, customers, and others.

Peter Thiel is the best man for this shift. He is an official member of the current Trump Transition Team and is working hard to bridge the gap in Silicon Valley’s understanding of Trump. The liberals will have to finally accept that this administration is here to stay and that working with Trump to put American jobs, American values, and Americanism first is in their own long term interest even if it might be painful at first.

“A page in the book of history has turned, and there is an opening to think about some of our problems from a new perspective,” Thiel tells doubters. “I’ll try to help the president in any way I can.”

Peter Thiel, who was the first outside investor in Facebook Inc, and currently sits on its board will try to coax the Donald into greater investment in science and technology and fewer regulations for startups.
 

Thiel was also the first openly gay man and Silicon Valley darling to embrace Trump by speaking at the Republican National Convention. In doing so, Thiel made himself an invaluable tech ally.

Now the two can team up to focus on bringing Alt Right principles both to SV as well as the White House so America can once again be the priority.

References

http://www.newser.com/story/234395/peter-thiel-having-hard-time-finding-tech-advisers-for-trump.html

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2016-11-24/trump-s-transition-team-adds-vc-from-thiel-s-founders-fund

 

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