The billionaire part owner of the Golden State Warriors who shrugged off the genocide of Uyghurs in China is a major contributor to Democrat politics and gave $10,000 to Colorado’s Democrat Party.
The Republican National Committee revealed the donations from Chamath Palihapitiya, who also gave a quarter of a million dollars to President Biden’s campaign.
The venture capitalist’s comments came during a podcast discussion on Biden’s poll numbers, and how the president’s stance against the treatment of the Uyghur people had not helped his popularity.
Palihapitiya’s response was remarkably cold-hearted without a hint of compassion:
“Let’s be honest, nobody, nobody cares about what’s happening to the Uyghurs, okay? You bring it up because you really care. And I think that’s really nice that you care but …. The rest of us don’t care. I’m just telling you a very hard truth,” he said.
When @NBA says we stand for justice, don’t forget there are those who sell their soul for money & business like @chamath the owner of @warriors,
who says “Nobody cares about what’s happening to the Uyghurs”
When genocides happen, it is people
like this that let it happen
— Enes Kanter FREEDOM (@EnesFreedom) January 17, 2022
So now the ball’s in the court of Colorado Democrats, says the Republican National Committee.
Do Colorado Democrats support those comments, or will they be returning that $10,000 they accepted from the former Facebook executive who doesn’t care the Chinese are sterilizing these human beings and forcing them into labor camps?