Pierre Omidyar

Pierre Omidyar

@pierre

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Be you. Be cool. eBay, Omidyar Network, Peer News/Civil Beat, First Look. DCD2 BC7F 5341 A2B9 B188 928A 2CB2 7535 C8A5 4876

Honolulu, HI
Joined on February 03, 2007
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168. in country France and category Celebrities

361. in country France

Quoted @TheRickWilson

"If we had had confidence that the president clearly did not commit a crime, we would have said so."

“If we had thought Americans would not understand double-negative logic, we would not have said this less plainly.” https://t.co/3wkpkgE7XL

Quoted @justinamash

People who say there were no underlying crimes and therefore the president could not have intended to illegally obstruct the investigation—and therefore cannot be impeached—are resting their argument on several falsehoods:

I was told there was actual logic on political Twitter today but couldn’t believe it so I came to see with my own eyes. https://t.co/GFdtJrn8p7

It’ll be interesting to see what Trump looks and acts like when he’s in a good mood. Does anyone remember the last time that was?

Now that we can all agree on “no collusion,” let’s see what else there is. https://t.co/O1uVFGuVK0

Quoted @Acosta

Per Barr letter to Congress, "The Special Counsel's investigation did not find that the Trump campaign or anyone associated with it conspired or coordinated with Russia in its efforts to influence the 2016 U.S. presidential election."

I wish there was a catch phrase that could summarize this conclusion, which Trump and his supporters can now finally justly celebrate, despite deriding Mueller as a fraud and the investigation as a witch hunt for two years. https://t.co/RTQQ7EPz3D

Quoted @RepJerryNadler

DOJ has just sent us a very brief letter about the Mueller report, which we will share shortly.

Here is a link to the letter we received from Attorney General Barr. Seems like the Department of Justice is putting matters squarely in Congress’ court. https://t.co/etLyqkoOwm https://t.co/jjZ1OLmz8D

More political engagement by more people is a good thing. More political engagement by the super-rich may be a bit more dicey, especially under our current under-regulated and under-enforced political spending rules.

However, it would significantly increase my desire to spend money to ensure my preferred spending priorities were enacted by Congress. I don’t want my money going to a stupid wall. Is more lobbying and political spending a good thing? I don’t know.

Quoted @jonathanalter

No other candidate is even close to ⁦⁦⁦⁦@ewarren⁩ in smart policy ideas. This one is her best. I hope the other candidates are all asked what they think of it. The ultra-millionaire tax kicks in at $50m net worth and raises $2.7 TRILLION. https://t.co/mReJEuXweK

Ok, I’m just going to put this out there: for me, this would be mildly inconvenient but completely justified if put to use to effectively strengthen the resilience of the poor and middle class in this country. However... https://t.co/IyzBEv5TCU

Quoted @brianschatz

It is not radical to want to directly elect a president and not have the process intermediated through a “college” that was established as a compromise to accommodate slave owning states, nor is it radical to give millions of Puerto Rican Americans representation in Congress.

Compared to Lock Her Up, Muslim Ban, Build a Wall, and Putin’s Best Friend, it’s a tame idea. https://t.co/SS25SQNwo4

Quoted @kyledcheney

BREAKING: In letter to WH, Rep. Cummings reveals that KUSHNER was routinely using WhatsApp to conduct official business as recently as Dec. 2018. Kushner's lawyer told lawmakers he screenshots messages to preserve them. Cummings wants details by April 4. https://t.co/uOZdCgKGph

"Jared, we need to talk about OPSEC." Jared: "It's fabulous. I've been using it for months and my skin looks radiant." https://t.co/07J6B5PEQ5

After taking part in a “Lock Her Up” campaign based on this very issue, hard to claim this is an innocent mistake by someone new to government service. https://t.co/t2Wk2xcosZ

Quoted @neal_katyal

5 RULES FOR WHEN NEWS ABOUT MUELLER REPORT COMES OUT. 1. Believe only the text of the Report, not others’ characterizations of it. This WH in particular spins “up” as “down” (like the Nunes documents).

The Mueller indictments thus far have been surprisingly readable. I hope whatever we get to see next is not obtuse. https://t.co/FhcLDY6zJU

Quoted @cspan

President Trump on John McCain: "I gave him the kind of funeral that he wanted, which as president I had to approve. I don't care about this. I didn’t get thank you. That's ok. We sent him on the way, but I wasn't a fan of John McCain." https://t.co/hG4XwOiIBO

Without comment. https://t.co/Y9C3TbArUJ

Quoted @OversightDems

MUST READ: Chairman @RepCummings pens op-ed on the #WhiteHouse’s unprecedented level of stonewalling, delay and obstruction. Check it out here: https://t.co/ZIrOJZsUoG

Not sure why people are all worried about issuing subpoenas - the sooner the better, because they’re likely to be challenged in court. And then we’ll see if Separation of Powers still means anything. https://t.co/UbCrVTWJDJ

Quoted @TheRickWilson

Hey. Anyone know where I might find Paul Manafort tonight?

Wasn’t he one of the President’s unregistered foreign agents? Whatever happened to that guy? https://t.co/aCcF5Yn5RN

Quoted @ddale8

In a particularly brazen bit of lying today, Trump said McCain didn't deliver for veterans, unlike him, Trump, the man who got Veterans Choice passed. Choice was passed in 2014...and McCain was the key Republican legislator behind the bill. https://t.co/LE3rwa8skD

In a particularly brazen bit of lying today, Trump said McCain didn't deliver for veterans, unlike him, Trump, the man who got Veterans Choice passed.

Choice was passed in 2014...and McCain was the key Republican legislator behind the bill. https://t.co/LE3rwa8skD

The voters who like it when Trump does this were also probably birthers. https://t.co/6sE385DSnI

Quoted @yashar

A reminder that Trump has been talking about John McCain this way for two decades. Here he is in an interview with @DanRather in 1999: "Does being captured make you a hero? I don't know...I'm not sure." https://t.co/dcs1Erow9A

Future president material right there folks. https://t.co/1616O1UyYz

Quoted @Acosta

A former McCain aide says Trump was lying when he claimed today the senator had misled the WH and said he was going to support “repeal and replace” effort before changing his mind. “Nope. Never happened,” the former aide said. “You’re surprised Trump lied?” the ex-aide added.

No one is surprised Trump lied about a conversation he claims to have had. It’s the one thing his friends and opponents know he does reflexively. https://t.co/dqDOSJ5Lmf

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