Silicon Valley’s biggest billionaires have reportedly poured millions into a super PAC-run series of anti-Trump TV ads ahead of Election Day



Dustin Moskovitz, Eric Schmidt are posing for a picture: Facebook cofounder Dustin Moskovitz and ex-Google CEO Eric Schmidt have reportedly donated to a a pro-Biden super PAC that is running a series of anti-Trump TV ads in the home stretch before Election Day. Horacio Villalobos - Corbis/Getty Images; Win McNamee/Getty Images


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Facebook cofounder Dustin Moskovitz and ex-Google CEO Eric Schmidt have reportedly donated to a a pro-Biden super PAC that is running a series of anti-Trump TV ads in the home stretch before Election Day. Horacio Villalobos – Corbis/Getty Images; Win McNamee/Getty Images

  • Silicon Valley billionaires like Facebook cofounder Dustin Moskovitz and ex-Google CEO Eric Schmidt have poured millions into a Democratic super PAC that is behind a slew of anti-Trump TV ads in the home stretch to Election Day, per a Recode report.
  • The super PAC is spending more than $100 million on TV ads in support of Democratic presidential hopeful Joe Biden, an amount that surpasses any other group’s spending.
  • The report comes as the tech world continues to fight off Republicans’ claims that the industry harbors an anti-conservative bias on online platforms.
  • It also comes after reports that employees from Apple, Amazon, Facebook,
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