Jeb Bush Joins LinkedIn; Trolls Hillary

"I don’t mind disrupting the established order."

Screen Shot 2015-07-16 at 2.02.38 PMJeb Bush is visiting the Bay area on Thursday, and what better way to endear himself to the techies of Silicon Valley than to join LinkedIn?

In an op-ed piece he posted to his newly created profile, the former Governor of Florida laid out his economic vision for the country — claiming he doesn’t “mind disrupting the established order.”

Despite having followed in the footsteps of his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton in joining the professional networking website, the GOP candidate wasted no time in bashing Clinton and his liberal opponents for, what he called, their inability to “embrace digital innovation.”

“They see car-sharing services as a threat to the local government taxi cab cartels,” wrote Bush. “They see food trucks and Airbnb as a threat to urban planning and the tax and fee racket that they’ve imposed on brick and mortar restaurants and hotels. It’s no wonder that under President Obama, they’ve chosen to regulate the Internet using a law from the 1930s … I’ve got a different view on things, and a different approach. I don’t mind disrupting the established order.”

Bush would hone his attack on the Democratic frontrunner, criticizing her recent economic speech and claiming companies that create new marketplaces are a threat to her candidacy:

These kinds of companies cause mental dissonance for people who think they can plan the future of the economy from Washington D.C. — people like Hillary Clinton. She gave a speech recently where she rejected some of the core elements of the shared economy. She sees these emerging companies as a threat to the established order. Worse, she is doubling down on President Obama’s economic ideas.  She has no ambition to move our nation beyond the mediocre growth path we’re on – a growth path which is so different from what our digital innovators and other entrepreneurial Americans can help deliver if we get the right policies in place.

Never missing an opportunity to let the world know of his bilingual abilities, the 2016 hopeful not only posted Spanish under “Languages,” but was humble enough to place it under “Skills” as well:

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Bravo, señor Bush.