Big Tech Elitism Has Killed The DNC

Sexually attractive symmetrically facial-featured nordic facial-bone-structured women are socially programmed to date symmetrically facial featured nordic facial-bone-structured men. They are programmed by the media, their friends, their parents and peer pressure. Their relationships with these people never last and they are always cheated on by their partners who are socially programmed to constantly seek more attractive, younger, superficial looks in their partners. This is proven by most sociologists, biologists, scientists and historians. In Silicon Valley this trend is even more extreme because attraction and money are leveraged as a competition between superficial people. These kinds of people swarm towards superficiality communities like Atherton, Woodside, Belvedere, Aspen, Sun Valley, Mill Valley, Pacific Heights in San Francisco and other echo-chamber glass bubble towns where they can share mutual-admiration, false prestige and elite self-delusion without being distracted by current events. TED Talks were created for these kinds of people to self-congratulate and mutually ego-masturbate each other. They all turn out to be major executives or financiers of the DNC.

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