At some point, Google dropped that slogan ‘Don’t be Evil’. This hidden camera footage gives some insight into what they’re doing instead.
It’s no secret that ever since their 2016 electoral defeat, the activist Left has been working on a long game to prevent the Right from ever humiliating them again. Clinton flunkie David Brock and his Media Matters organization put that plan on paper, calling it their “MEDIA MATTERS WAR PLAN 2017“.
It might shock you to see just how much of that plan has since taken effect in the real world. As one ‘for-instance’, the rise in cancel culture used to silence the right. As another, the use of fact-checkers to hamstring the right.
Be a real shame if any of our legislators took a close look at that document, now wouldn’t it?
In line with that approach, the heavily left-leaning goons at Silicon Valley have been doing exactly what a scientist warned us about: Congressional Testimony: Google Gave Hillary Millions Of Votes, 15 Million More At Risk in 2020 (Video)
Google staffers — in private conversation — are admitting the company is ‘playing God’, and using arbitrary rules to punish Republican political speech and advance Democrat political speech.
On hidden camera, manager Ritesh Lakhkar goes into some detail about just how involved in that process Google and YouTube, and even what the potential implications might be.
The video is important, and we encourage you to take the 8 minutes to watch it. We’ll let the content speak for itself.
Instead of summarizing all of the damning material, we would instead like to raise the point of why this issue should matter to any American – of any political persuasion (since they said that this year the wind blows Democrat, but another year it might go another direction. Money is involved, and the employees in the hidden camera video claim that Google is to some degree playing both sides).
What follows isn’t a commentary on the video itself so much as our attempt to answer the Why Should I Give A Damn question.
It is notable that Silicon Valley was coordinating and actively suppressing a New York Post story damaging to Joe and Hunter Biden. — BIG TECH CENSORSHIP: Twitter Locks New York Post Account Over Hunter Biden Bomshell
What ELSE does Silicon Valley want? Some of their most prominent personalities admitted they were very keen on force-feeding America the Left’s preferred brand of politics, whether they liked it or not.
This crowd has had means, motive, and opportunity to shift the election in a direction of their own choosing, to hell with what the will of the people might be in reality.
Instead of being so concerned about a few thousand dollars worth of Russian ads kicking up a tempest in a teapot, shouldn’t we care about Big Tech making good on an ability to flip as many as fifteen million votes simply by manipulating what information we can and cannot see?
There once was an expression used by Democrats that said something along the lines of the press being good for a fifteen point bump in the polls.
What about fifteen million votes?
America has the single most enduring and stable continuing governing documents currently in continuous use… of any country in the world.
Part of the reason for that is the regularly-scheduled and orderly ‘revolution’ that takes place every couple of years where the people get to choose their leaders at various levels of government and society.
The reason this works is because the public trusts the one-person-one-vote system means that everyone has a fair shot at having their will heard. And a big part of that informed consent requires an informed electorate. A conspiracy of silence and an (unanswered) deluge of propaganda are two different expressions of the danger that information monopolies create in an otherwise stable democracy.
Interference like this — not to mention activists already plotting to riot and influence what happens next if Biden doesn’t win in November, and the growing concerns about issues like FBI and Spygate — might throw public confidence in the fairness of this system into doubt.
If some dweeb at a console can flip a switch and effectively close our eyes and ears to information harmful to one candidate, or redirect our searches to the information they WANT us to see, when we go looking for the ‘wrong’ information, this (intentionally) erodes the ability to give INFORMED consent as a voter.
It concentrates political influence — and therefore power — into the hands of a few politically-motivated technocrats.