Chelsea joins Expedia's board o' directors

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  1. Bluto Drunken lout

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    Noated non-entity o' powerful political fambly somehow gets a well-payin' position-

    Clinton Crime Fambly Privilege
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    Never has someone earned so much for doing nothing with so little talent.

    Did I mention that she's ugly too?
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    I think the correct pejorative in this case is ghastly.
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    http://nypost.com/2017/03/17/chelsea...dia-board-gig/

    Chelsea Clinton lands cushy Expedia board gig
    By Richard Morgan
    March 17, 2017 | 10:55pm | Updated

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    Chelsea "Eeyore" Clinton
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    Mama Hillary Clinton didn’t make it to the White House, and hubby (((Marc Mezvinsky))) has just shuttered his hedge fund.

    What’s a girl to do?

    Expedia answered that question for hideous Chelsea Clinton Friday by appointing her to its board.

    The online travel giant had to increase the number of its directors from 13 to 14 in order to accommodate Clinton, according to securities filings.

    But with 54 percent of its voting shares, Expedia’s chairman — billionaire (((Barry Diller))) — has the clout to do it.

    By bringing the 37-year-old daughter of a former president and a near-president aboard, Diller was simply reprising the role he played in appointing Clinton to the board of IAC Interactive four years ago, where he was and still is chairman.

    Of course, the future looked brighter for the Clintons back then, and so Diller deserves kudos for showing lasting loyalty.

    The filing didn’t go into what Clinton will do for Expedia, except to say she’ll be rewarded “in accordance with the company’s standard compensation policies.”

    The most recent Expedia proxy puts that compensation at $295,000, consisting of a $45,000 cash retainer and $250,000 in trade-restricted stock.

    That’s just shy of Clinton’s $299,936 compensation — $50,000 cash and $249,936 in stock — for sitting on IAC’s board.

    And while the two gigs promise plenty of coin for only a handful of meetings, bear in mind The Post pegged Clinton “a million-dollar baby” two years ago.

    She has since given up a few stints — most notably a $600,000 salary for being a special NBC correspondent.
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    Between her and (((William Shatner))), there's no reason to use Expedia.

    Tell me (((they're))) not grooming that cunt for a presidential run. Sure...
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    [IMG] that explains it, one of the worst of the Clinton funders.

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    Eeyore swimmin' with the (((landshark)))

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    The locals want nothin' to do with 'er
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    I wonder if her jew husband leaves the lights on when he donates sperm to this creature for procreational purposes.
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    Merit no longer has a place in the Fortune 500. It's all about virtue signaling and social status with these types. They bring on a bunch of diversity hires while making low-level grunts do all the actual number crunching.
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    They are, unfortunately.

    What is so wrong with leftist progressives that they would willingly serve as accomplices to the glorification of postmodern parvenu aristocratic dynasties? They complain about the post-WW2 inequitable stratification of America but are happy to keep the legacy seats open for Clinton kin and Obama kids in elite institutions like Harvard and Fortune 500 companies. The pawns and stooges are happy to be cannon fodder for political criminals - "social justice" demands it, after all.
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