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the first affiliated video is called- Hank Jordan vs. Patriot Action Network
the second video is called-Eric Odom
Eric Odom's Pyramid Scam has been exposed by Anonymous, this was done by us girls, something the guys overlooked.
First the video that the Patriot Action Network Staff does not want members to see:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x0dft...
now the information-
Mr. Eric Odom, Anonymous has been sharing your connection to Sam Adams Alliance web site, well all us girls show the connection found about 10 minutes ago.
Posted from the Breitbart Unmasked Website
In 2012, “Think Freely Media” received over $600,000, mostly from the Koch brothers’s Donors Trust. According to the organization’s IRS 990s, $420,000 of that money was spent on a company called Virion Strategies. But we have found no sign of any work product: the organization’s Twitter account has no followers and no tweets. There is no website, just an empty WordPress.com placeholder blog, and virtually the only organizational footprint we have found on elections or media is in the form of direct political spending by way of Virion Strategies. That is strange, because TFM is supposed to be a public welfare organization devoted to education. As far as we can tell, “Think Freely Media” has been paid significant sums to pay Virion Strategies significant sums to do nothing much at all. TFM has no office, but it has boasted many people with important titles who do not seem to have actually done much to earn their salaries.
As far as we can tell, Tsarpalas is responsible for TFM’s online listings into 2011, but we cannot find any evidence that he did any other promotional work for the organization: no media, no interviews, and definitely no blogging or social media content. In fact, Tsarpalas seems to have diminished on the internet lately. The blog associated with his political consultancy has not been updated since 2011. He had three posts at the “American Thinker” blog, but they are only visible through the Wayback Machine because they have been removed from the site. BallotPedia lists him as the current president of Team Sam, “a 501(c)(4) non-profit that partners with the Sam Adams Alliance.” Translated to English, Mr. Tsarpalas runs the “dark money ATM” twin to the very organization that created tea parties.
By the time media coverage of Rick Santelli’s 2009 rant on CNBC began to popularize tea parties as a “libertarian” social movement, the SAA had already spent years building an online infrastructure to support it. Koch money funded this organizing, which emphasized blogging and state-level news coverage. As Mark Levin and Yasha Levine reported before the end of that first year, the tea party “movement” would not have been possible without the Sam Adams Alliance laying the groundwork, a process that had unfolded since 2002.
ChicagoTeaParty.com was just one part of a larger network of Republican sleeper-cell-blogs set up over the course of the past few months, all of them tied to a shady rightwing advocacy group coincidentally named the “Sam Adams Alliance,” whose backers have until now been kept hidden from the public. Cached google records that we discovered show that the Sam Adams Alliance took pains to scrub its deep links to the Koch family money as well as the fake-grassroots “tea party” protests going on today. All of these roads ultimately lead back to a more notorious rightwing advocacy group, Freedom Works, a powerful PR organization headed by former Republican House Majority leader Dick Armey and funded by Koch money.
Eric Odom is now linked to the Sam Adams Alliance web site. you may ask so what, Mr. Odom does not want people to know he is affilaited with them, why, they have ties to the Illuminati
also known as the Illumi Corp.
AKA the Company
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On the same day as Santelli’s rant, February 19, another site called Official chicagoteaparty.com went live. This site was registered to Eric Odom, who turned out to be a veteran Republican new media operative specializing in imitation-grassroots PR campaigns. Last summer, Odom organized a twitter-led campaign centered around DontGo.com to pressure Congress and Nancy Pelosi to pass the offshore oil drilling bill, something that would greatly benefit Koch Industries, a major player in oil and gas. Now, six months later, Odom’s Dont Go movement was resurrected to play a central role in promoting the “tea party” movement.
Up until last month, Odom was officially listed as the “new media coordinator” for the Sam Adams Alliance, a well-funded libertarian activist organization based in Chicago that was set up only recently. Samuel Adams the historical figure was famous for inspiring and leading the Boston Tea Party—so when the PR people from the Chicago-based Sam Adams Alliance abruptly leave in order to run Santelli’s “Chicago Tea Party,” you know it wasn’t spontaneous. Odom certainly doesn’t want people to know about the link: his name was scrubbed from the Sam Adams Alliance website recently, strongly suggesting that they wanted to cover their tracks. Thanks to google caching, you can see the SAA’s before-after scrubbing.
Eric Odom is now linked to the Sam Adams Alliance web site. you may ask so what, Mr. Odom does not want people to know he is affiliated with them, why, they have ties to the Illuminati.