Slime Koch brothers are very fortunate. If they don't like something, or if they do like something, they use their billions to rectify/purchase whatever or whomever it is that satisfies whatever need or requirement that suits them. Their every whim can be bought and paid for with a simple snap of the wallet.
Take a lovely California hotel, for example. Who wouldn't buy up 500 rooms at a minimum of about $200 each, per day, for three days, in order to avoid nasty, hippie protesters who resent your toxic, self-serving ways?
Dealing with riffraff is so 2011.
Conference organizers and their guests successfully slipped in and out of the Coachella Valley without being detected by buying out nearly all of the 500-plus rooms at the Renaissance Esmeralda resort in Indian Wells. The resort closed its restaurants, locked down the grounds with private security guards and sent many workers home. [...]
Riverside County sheriff's Capt. Kevin Vest, who oversees police services in Indian Wells, confirmed the Koch group was at the hotel.
“It's over and done with, and I don't want a whole bunch of suspicion,” Vest told The Desert Sun. “Compared to last year, I'm very pleased with the way things went, and it was much more the type of event that we would prefer to have in the Coachella Valley.”
Nice of law enforcement to give them their support, wasn't it now? It's so bothersome to have to, you know, work and stuff.