In 2011 Zach Green the new self-proclaimed leader of the Left, put ads in Freelancer for hire, he had no political background, no experience in politics, no clients, and was a freelancer whatever-just hire him.
Adam Green, Zach Green campaign strategists for the Tea Party Townhall 2011, claiming they can create buzz using Twitter by using attack puppets creating echo groups talking to themselves.
140elect/UniteBlue continued datamining in 2011of the Occupy movement then took over “ConnectTheLeft” list of liberal Twitter users, while claiming to be transparent, they did not tell liberals what they were doing.
Connecting Democrat Voters: In 2012 140dev.com 140elect.com worked for only republican clients, they have no democrat candidates as clients. Now after failing to be transparent in 2013, they claim to be uniting the left. They’ve reduced themselves to buying followers and hiring attack trolls against the left.
Thru fear of #TGDN, UniteBlue was able to sign up the Left, under false information on Twitter suspensions.
2012: 140elect Zach Green recommends “don’t feed the trolls” gets into a threatening tweet, including swearing at them. Is this the way your campaign will be managed on Twitter?
Adam Green admits his pitch to clients: datamining to build UniteBlue list manipulating Twitter then uses sock puppets against democrats.
Zach Green admits he will co-opt hashtags, meaning he’ll attack your opponent with his own hashtags, diverting traffic to his website asking for donations. He claims hashtag promotions cost $120,000 a day!
140Elect/UniteBlue has a graph showing republicans are better on jobs than Obama, in their #2012twit campaign for the GOP
UniteBlue/140elect admits Roemer is their client on their own website, they removed this page to cover it up, while collecting donations for a GOP candidate.
Uniteblue/140Elect pushing for donations in tweets, for GOP client Buddy Roemer with hashtags #FreeToLead #RoemerTeam. Campaigns need “armies”
Uniteblue/140elect Roemer campaign in 2012 as a non-profit making profits for republicans.
140elect used Buddy Roemer donation drive on Twitter campaign, then denied it, removing pages from their website.
140elect/UniteBlue: Donating Tweets to Republican Campaigns, boasting of increasing Buddy Roemer’s Twitter followers in 2012 working for republican candidates.
5 Ways to Monetize Twitter: 2010 Adam Green, Zach Green’s father owns 140dev.com explains how data-mining helps your campaign, to build lists that contribute money for 2012 election. Both are involved in #UniteBlue #140elect, #140TownHall, #Cainiacs, #140Cain and various hashtags.
Zach Green of 140elect claims he’s a political consultant, teaches that creating “hijacked hashtags is a sport” He did it to Elizabeth Colbert and EdShow’s Scott Proudy