Google visits the Obama White House so often, they might as well take up quarters in the Lincoln bedroom, or perhaps even have their own entire wing.
The Obama Regime, which prides itself as being for “the little guy,” sure is cozy with some big businesses, in this case tech giant Google, as the Wall Street Journal reports that someone from the company visits the Obama White House, on average, about once per week.
After reviewing Obama White House visitor logs, the Journal calculated that Google representatives have visited a whopping 230 times, which averages out to roughly once per week, far more than any other technology company, indicating an extraordinary high degree of access to the highest ranking officials in the Obama Regime.
While it’s no mystery that Google Chairman Eric Schmidt has extremely close ties to Obama, one top Google lobbyist, Johanna Shelton, had more than 60 meetings at the White House herself.
To put the extremely high number of visits in perspective, Comcast, which is also known to have a strong lobbying operation, has visited the Obama White House only 20 times since Obama took office, the WSJ reported.