Palmer Luckey Backs Trump With Shell Companies Using Chrono Trigger Names

Oculus Rift founder Palmer Luckey, who last year spent a lot of money helping Donald Trump get elected, has since spent a lot of money helping Trump throw some big parties.

As reported by Mother Jones, Luckey—who last year tried to deny he was a Trump supporter—has since donated $100,000 to Trump’s inauguration committee, basically the fund that was used to help the President celebrate his election victory.



That donation was made through a shell company called Wings of Time. California business records indicate Luckey is also the owner of a company at the same address called Fiendlord’s Keep.

Both of which are references to 1995 JRPG classic Chrono Trigger, one of his favourite video games.

Also donating $100,000 was Peter Thiel, the man who sued our previous owner Gawker Media out of existence.

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