Chris Suprun, the faithless Electoral College elector from Texas who wrote an op-ed for The New York Times saying he would not vote for President-elect Donald J. Trump despite the clear pro-Trump vote by the people of Texas, is a client of a public relations firm run by left-wing CNN commentator Van Jones, that describes itself as a “social justice media strategy” firm.
Chris Suprun now lists the firm, Megaphone Strategies, as his media contact on his Twitter profile:
Megaphone Strategies describes itself as a “social justice media strategy” firm that is advancing “progressive” goals:
The firm’s cofounder and board chair is left-wing CNN commentator Van Jones, who was also Barack Obama’s “Special Advisor for Green Jobs”:
The founder and president, Molly Haigh, is a left-wing feminist who led “years” of “anti-rape” work at another progressive PR firm, FitzGibbon Media. FitzGibbon Media collapsed after — ironically — a sexual harassment scandal involving the firm’s president.
Haigh, whose pinned tweet on her Twitter profile implies President-elect Donald J. Trump supports rape, does not seem like a very skilled public relations expert:
So why is Chris Suprun, a GOP elector from Texas, disenfranchising his state’s voters by pledging not to vote for Donald Trump, with the backing of a left-wing “social justice” PR firm run by prominent left-wingers, that can’t even get its own Twitter following above 200 people?
And why is he soapboxing about it at The New York Times, a staunch globalist, liberal anti-Trump publication owned by Arab-Mexican multibillionaire Carlos Slim?
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Suprun, who claims to be a Republican, is now enjoying the praise he’s getting from left-wing celebrities for throwing his state’s conservative voters under the bus:
— (((Chris Suprun))) (@TheChrisSuprun) December 6, 2016
Is there more to this “faithless elector” story than meets the eye?
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