Thomas Massie seems to have his name floating around in what some president-elect Donald Trump supporters are now calling “New Washington”.
Former Libertarian presidential candidate Austin Peterson (owner of Liberty Viral and The Libertarian Republic) has received a tip from a Trump transition team-member (whom wished to remain anonymous) that Congressman Thomas Massie has his name circulating amongst the Trump campaign as a possible Science Advisor to the president-elect.
In what Austin Peterson has shared so far with regards to the note he received:
I work for the Trump transition team. Was referred to you by a mutual friend.
Wanted to provide a tip that Rep. Thomas Massie’s name has been mentioned a few times in discussions about who should be the next Director of the Office of Science and Technology Policy, also known as Science Advisor to the President.
Thought this might be useful given your audience. Sent this tip out to you guys and a few other similar sites too.
Please keep my tip anonymous.”
Having a person such as Thomas Massie (a Libertarian, endorsed by former presidential candidate and retired congressman Dr. Ron Paul), would be a massive step in the right direction for the Republican party as well as the country as a whole.
On covering just some of his background, Congressman Massie’s representative website states:
“During school, he invented a technology that enabled people to interact with computers using their sense of touch, and leveraged that technology to found SensAble Technologies, Inc., which raised over $32 million of venture capital, created 70 jobs, and obtained 24 patents. The hardware and software he developed is now used to design automobiles, jewelry, shoes, dental prosthetics, and even reconstructive implants for wounded soldiers.”
Massie has a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering, and a Master’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology).
Original article published via Liberty Viral.
Author: Fadi Malkosh
Fadi Malkosh is the founder of Network Radio.