To understand how a brilliant series like GOT turned into the ridiculous commercialized advertisement that they called “Season 8”, we must first understand that the primary function of the government is to protects its citizens. That includes foreign nations as well as greedy conglomerates.
AT&T was finally able to buy Time-Warner (HBO) in 2018. The largest shareholder, Randall L. Stephenson, had been trying to acquire the media mogul for years but met resistance from the DOJ.
After Trump was elected, Stephenson was able to bypass any Sherman Anti-Trust laws by becoming AT&T largest donors to Trump’s inaugural committee, giving $2 million in cash contributions and $82,483 in-kind donations for mobile equipment/software.
Additionally, Stephenson personally donated $50,000 to the Senate Leadership Fund — a SuperPAC controlled by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell — as well as $11,000 to the National Republican Senatorial Campaign Committee/
These are most likely the reason you want a do-over for a Season 8. Why? In high school economics they taught you about the anti-trust Sherman Act of 1890. Well, 100 years later, Stephenson was and his greedy friends were able to buy off the judges and purchase Time a Warner media on June 12, 2018.
Wait what? How and when did this happen?
AT&T is a global networking leader that delivers consumers and businesses leading voice over internet protocol services. AT&T was attempting to merge with Time Warner (the owner of HBO) for years but had run into opposition from the government. The government’s primary purpose is to protect its citizens. That includes protecting the small business owner from greedy wealth mongers who attempt to create monopolies and put the little guy out of business.
The State Department successfully sued the two companies to prevent the merger from going forward. However, on June 12, 2018, the verdict of the antitrust case that the U.S. Government brought against the AT&T-Time Warner deal came back in favor of a merger. The combined companies will become a the largest media and telecom corporation on Planet Earth.
The new name of Time Warner is now WarnerMedia. AT&T is a publicly traded company. That means, the shares are arable for purchase on the open market for the public to buy. Anyone can buy shares of AT&T. And you can buy as little or as much as you want on the open market. A bus driver could buy just one share for $32.00. Or someone could be the grandchild of wealthy slave owner and own 2 million shares and have complete control of all media and telecommunications. If you own more shares than anyone else (51%) of a publicly traded company, then you control the company.
These 4 men control the majority shares of AT&T stock.
1. Randall L. Stephenson 2 million
2. John T. Stankey 625,000
3. John J. Stephens 600,000
4. Rafael de la Vega 700,000
They are most likely the reason you want a do-over. To understand their agenda you must look up their profiles.
Randall Stephenson; From 2016-2018, Randall served as National Chair of the Boy Scouts of America. He went to school in Oklahoma and lives in Dallas,Texas and sometimes San Antonio. In April 2015, he was caught by Knoyme King for covering up that the then president of AT&T, Aaron Slater, was a racist. If Randall protects other racists, then that confirms that Randall, the owner of HBO and CNN, is also a racist.
On June 25, AT&T agreed to acquire technology advertising company AppNexus for around $1.6 billion, effectively giving AT&T potential for competing with Google and Facebook.
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