I Interviewed Dozens Of Tech Executives About Trump and Thiel. Here’s What The Numbers Tell Us.
Greg Ferenstein

I think there’s a slightly different take not represented here and I wonder how many “pro-Trump” technologists might ascribe to it. And that’s the idea that Trump is as bad as he looks, but that so many parts in the machine will break if he’s elected, so many gears will grind against each other, that we’ll get a significant renegotiation of the Federal political system. Burning it down at the national level.

It’s the kind of long shot bet that makes some sense if you’re thinking in terms of asymmetric payoffs and aren’t actually concerned with a caudillo being handed the nuclear codes.

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