Obama Funder Flips – Now He Supports TRUMP

A progressive from Silicon Valley Allison Huynh—who co-founded an AI and robotics startup that Google later acquired—has decided to abandon her Obama-loving habits and support Donald Trump over defeated incumbent Joe Biden in the race for president. In her opinion, Democrats have lost their way, and nowhere is this more evident than in San Francisco, the former jewel of California.

“Big Tech and the looters have been able to take over Silicon Valley because of him,” she said on “Fox & Friends First.” “San Francisco has been a misguided science experiment.” When I wake up in the morning, there are no malls or grocery stores for me to take my teenage daughters shopping. In our formerly magnificent city, there are more fentanyl addicts and dealers than high school students, making the streets unsafe.

This is a significant change for the 48-year-old Vietnamese immigrant, who has always been a Democrat and has organized lavish fundraisers for Obama, as well as gathered campaign art believed to be worth millions of dollars.

Huynh, co-founder of Willow Garage, a business that Google purchased robotics and AI technology, contributed millions of dollars to Barack Obama’s 2008 campaign fund. Her then-husband, Scott Hassan, an early Google programmer, assisted her in planning lavish meals and fundraisers for influential figures in the computer industry. “It was my responsibility to invite guests from Silicon Valley to the $50,000 and $100,000 per plate dinners,” Huynh stated. “[We] invited Eric Schmidt, Larry Page, and Sergey Brin, the co-founders of Google. Obama was an optimistic outsider contender for the presidency.

“In 2005, she and Hassan paid around $100,000 [sic] at auction for a rocking chair that had formerly belonged to Democratic icon John F. Kennedy, demonstrating her fervent devotion to the left.” She paid more than $1 million for the canvases in 2008, which were Shepard Fairey’s mixed-media artwork and the inspiration for the famous Obama “Hope” posters.

She intends to sell every piece of art, including the Obama “Hope” poster, because she is so repulsed by progressives and Democrats. Keep an eye on:

She is not just incredibly disappointed in the Democrats, but she has also grown to like Donald Trump.

As President Biden’s term draws to a close, Huynh feels deceived. She told The Post, “I think Biden has been out of touch.” “He’s dozing off at the wheel.” Huynh, who is penning a memoir about her experiences in Silicon Valley titled “Beyond Good and Evil,” said, “I was astonished when I met Donald Trump.” He was witty, lighthearted, and wise. The people there were genuine and grounded. It’s enjoyable to listen to him talk. Politics and policy, however, make sense. Trump seems like he’s interacting. I want to spend time with Trump. He’s a truly amazing man.

Author: Scott Dowdy


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