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    Pelosi invested 1 million dollars in CrowdStrike, Russian collusion linchpin.

    CrowdStrike was the company that broke the Russian collusion story. They were virtually an unknown company prior to the investigation and Investment by the pelosi’s.

    #2
    All Crowdstrike is is a cybersecurity company. Google also invested in it.

    Here's a client list from their own website:

    https://www.featuredcustomers.com/ve...rike/customers

    Hardly "Virtually Unknown". They were unknown to the general public that doesn't deal with high level cloud based cybersecurity.

    Here's another overview:

    https://enlyft.com/tech/products/cro...alcon-platform

    The Republican Party uses Crowdstrike too:

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/...0fa10ffd20b34/

    https://politicalwire.com/2019/11/04...g-crowdstrike/

    https://www.cnbc.com/2019/09/25/crow...publicans.html

    I skimmed the article you posted that said Pelosi's financial advisor invested in the company for her and her husband which isn't unusual. A lot of people with age stock portfolios don't know where all of their money is invested. $1 million is small change compared to what others like Google threw into the pot.

    It's much ado about nothing.

    C/S,
    Rev J

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      #3
      @rev j

      sorry, my link above was to their site and not the direct article. The company was a. Start up... not big at all prior.

      here is the correct link which is reliable, least biased and center

      https://www.realclearinvestigations....te_125557.html

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        #4
        Originally posted by Beach Ball Bitch View Post
        @rev j

        sorry, my link above was to their site and not the direct article. The company was a. Start up... not big at all prior.

        here is the correct link which is reliable, least biased and center

        https://www.realclearinvestigations....te_125557.html
        According to a secondary link in the article that you just posted showed the investment was made in September of 2020:

        https://disclosures-clerk.house.gov/...0/20017460.pdf

        Not as a start up.

        Again. Much ado about nothing.

        C/S,
        Rev J

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          #5
          Smart move. I bought CRWD in May and they are up 48.69%. Wish I had bought more.

          Crowd strike may have been unknown to the right wing boomer crowd, but it was been very well regarded in the IT community.

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            #6
            No nevermind. I bought in August. So was I faster on the dark liberal agenda than Nancy Pelosi?

            Up 50% in two months. That's nuts.

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            #7
            Originally posted by lode View Post
            Smart move. I bought CRWD in May and they are up 48.69%. Wish I had bought more.

            Crowd strike may have been unknown to the right wing boomer crowd, but it was been very well regarded in the IT community.
            Define well regarded

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              #8
              Originally posted by Vanilla Gorilla View Post

              Define well regarded
              They make a really well reviewed endpoint security and heuristic scanning products. There’s talk at work to move to the over Carbon Black as an EDR.

              Google had invested billions in them, before they became a political target, and they were involved in that Sony hack on Seth Rogan.



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                #9
                Originally posted by Vanilla Gorilla View Post

                Define well regarded
                Look at the featured client list:

                https://www.featuredcustomers.com/ve...rike/customers

                Like I said earlier Google was also an investor that to me says "Well Regarded". Add to that the DNC and the RNC.

                C/S,
                Rev J
                Last edited by Rev J; 10-12-2020, 11:10 PM.

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                  #10
                  Originally posted by lode View Post

                  They make a really well reviewed endpoint security and heuristic scanning products. There’s talk at work to move to the over Carbon Black as an EDR.

                  Google had invested billions in them, before they became a political target, and they were involved in that Sony hack on Seth Rogan.


                  Oh, The Interview, that was ages ago

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