I do not know much about him. I know that he's an aryan-looking dude from Kansas who got economics and business degrees from a regional university in Texas that doesn't have particularly strong business programs. I know he's a bit of a marketing hustler who reached out to businesses offering to improve their websites and overall internet presence. One of those companies was the Trump Organization in 2011. That would be around the time that Trump was thinking of running for president for the second time, and leading the allegations that Barack Obama was foreign-born and performed poorly at Columbia and Harvard. Trump even accused Obama of never attending either school. Who has a chip on his shoulder?
But back to Parscale. Given that he has been highly paid (tens of millions, apparently) by the Trump Organization since 2011, and was the Facebook marketing and advertising manager for the Trump 2016 campaign, and that campaign was full of criminals, I'd say that there's a very good chance that Parscale is a criminal as well. I have no evidence. But now there's going to be a spotlight on him given today's announcement. Investigative journalists are going to be informing us who this guy is soon. Was he really paid over $90 Million to run Trump's online presidential campaign? Wasn't that nearly one-third Trumps' entire campaign budget? That's going to be re-examined.
There is an easy pattern with the Trump Organization. It engages in blatant nepotism and richly rewards those who are loyal to it. And in order to be loyal to the Trump Organization, one has to be comfortable with the fact that it is a criminal enterprise. Therefore it is no surprise that its top people, past and present, are criminals themselves. People like Donald Trump Jr, Paul Manafort, Rick Gates, Corey Lewandowski, Anthony Scaramucci, Ivanka Trump, Hope Hicks, Eric Trump, Allen Weisselberg, George Papadopoulos, Michael Cohen, David Pecker, Carter Page, Roger Stone, Jared Kushner and Michael Flynn. Chances are Brad Parscale is also a criminal like them. Let's see if I'm correct.