"I know /r/politics was bought out for $2.8M (mod payouts) before the election right around middle of the state primaries iirc. I saw the contracts myself. I think the ceo or whatever got 2 of that 2.8mil though, the Huffman guy. I'm sure they are all over reddit now"
He posted a lot of unsourced pictures and about the inner workings of ctr/shareblue.
Thread 1: https://archive.4plebs.org/pol/thread/152440960/ ID: lerIYP4K
Thread 2: https://archive.4plebs.org/pol/thread/152461584
It's not any big secret that reddit is a far-left propaganda clearing-house, or that there is a 'cabal' of far-left powermods (literal open white genocide advocates) that collaborate with the admins to maintain control of all popular subreddits, and TAKE control of any subreddit that rises in popularity. The moderators are publicly listed on every subreddit page. Go to any large subreddit and you will see names in common, and those users each moderating 100+ subreddits. check out their personal post and commenting history and you will find the far-left insanity.
/r/Canada was almost sold to a similar PAC for the LPC. This deep state shit is going on in every western nation.
Tthere was a big mod swapout right before the election in/r/politics. The admins did something similar for the /r/conspiracy sub where they forcefully removed the main mod so they could do a takeover and install their pawns. It was really obvious. The board when from raving Bernie fanatics to "hail Clinton" overnight. Definitely helped guide anyone on the fence to Trump.
Reddit purposely makes it hard for anyone who argues against popular opinions on their site. If you get enough downvotes you will only be able to comment 1 time every 10 minutes. Most often than not my comments does not show up for anyone other than me. Some forbidden words that triggers /r/politics automod to auto hide posts.
Remember when reddit allowed text posts and real time even to show up on the front page? Now you just see the news they want to promote, very little organic content. They also removed the one subreddit /r/reddit.com where the users were able to communicate with the admins of the site. No doubt because they want NO user oversight.
If you want to dive in deeper, check out the top upvoted links in /r/politics, and go through the history of the poster. 90% of the time, it's a bot that spams the same article from CNN, MSNBC and other left-wing sites to multiple subreddits. It's a genious tactic if you think about it. Since you're auto-subscribed to /r/politics, /r/news, etc., your average zoomers and boomers who don't know any better get sucked into it and believed the shilled headlines and the fake initial upvotes. The reddit upvote system promotes a herd mentality, which is why shareblue and other organizations prey on the gullible bastards there.
They also organize brigades off and onsite. Mass tagger is how they identify you based on sub use. When someone replies "they post in t_d", it triggers a script to add you manually. They use auto downvoting scripts to sway the discussion. This is on the grunt side of things. It's like childishly simple shit but when used by thousands can make an actual impact. Fortunately they're really bad at pulling off believable conversation and it sticks out like a sore thumb.
They manipulate the comment chains. They can pick and choose which comments should be visible and not hidden behind the "load more comment" button.
Reddit had this interesting blog post a few years back that exposed the military shilling going on. They have now removed the blog post but it can be found archived here
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