Big Tech whistle-blowers are revealing plans to scupper Conservative chances in the 2020 elections pointing fingers in the direction of Google.
Since the release of the expose on Monday 24 June by Project Veritas, more informants have come forward to either corroborate the charges or expand on the details according to James O’ Keefe.
YouTube, the Google owned platform, also removed Project Veritas’s video featuring undercover footage of a senior Google employee revealing the company’s plans to interfere in the U.S. elections to stop President Trump.
Top Google representative Jen Gennai is on record saying the company shouldn’t be broken up because only they can prevent the next “Trump situation”
The full quote per the video; Elizabeth Warren is saying we should break up Google. And like, I love her but she’s very misguided, like that will not make it better it will make it worse, because all these smaller companies who don’t have the same resources that we do will be charged with preventing the next Trump situation, it’s like a small company cannot do that.
Just last year Breitbart News published confidential footage from inside Google showing the company’s head of global affairs, Kent Walker, stating his intention to make the populist-nationalist movement represented by Donald Trump a “blip” or “hiccup” in history.
One way Google plans to stop Trump is by programming its machine learning algorithms.
This has been confirmed by a Google insider who approached Veritas saying; machine learning is just one of several political tools to promote their political agenda combating what they see as algorithm unfairness.
What is meant by such ‘unfairness’ is the prejudicial treatment of people with sensitive characteristics like race, income, sexual orientation or gender.
James O’ Keefe has also revealed that the Reddit website has suspended Project Veritas’s account.
The Past Predicts the Future
A 2016 Politico article titled ‘How google could rig the 2016 election’ is illuminating considering what we are seeing unfold right now.
It’s written by Robert Epstein, a senior research psychologist at the American Institute for Behavioral Research and Technology and former Editor-in- chief of Psychology Today.
He said; Google has the ability to drive millions of votes to a candidate with no one the wiser.
Apparently America’s next president could be eased into office by Google’s secret decisions.
According to Epstein Google has more power to control elections than any other company in history.
Its search algorithm can shift the voting preferences of undecided voters by 20% or more, even up to 80% in some demographic groups.
Epstein then references his research in something called the Search Engine Manipulation Effect (SEME).
SEME is an almost invisible social-influencer because the effect is so large and there’re no regulations preventing it.
He even brags that SEME is a serious threat to the democratic system.
In online experiments conducted in the U.S. the research group was able to boost the proportion of people who favored any candidate between 37 and 63 percent after just one search session.
The Experiment Explained
Participants were randomly assigned to one of three groups, given descriptions of each candidate and asked how much they liked and trusted each one and whom they would vote for.
They were given 15 minutes to do online research on each candidate using a Google-like created search engine.
Each group had access to the same search results, linking to real web pages from past elections.
Only the ordering of the results differed in the three groups.
Finally people were questioned about their preferences again, only for researchers to find opinions shifted to the candidate who was favored in the rankings.
Ok so let’s say Google executives decide to go with a specific candidate and fiddle accordingly with the search rankings.
Epstein concludes; maybe the most effective way to wield political influence in today’s high-tech world is to donate money to a candidate and then to use technology to make sure he or she wins.
The technology guarantees the win, and the donation guarantees allegiance, which Google has certainly tapped in recent years with the Obama administration.
Missouri Senator Josh Hawley’s recently proposed congressional bill cracking down on big tech companies has divided opinions among conservatives, with some saying it could lead to further heavy handed censorship if social media companies are held liable for user generated content.
The proposed legislation forces Tech companies to prove they are politically neutral before being entitled to certain legal protections.