By J. D. Heyes, NewsTarget
(NationalSentinel) Once again we have the intrepid investigative journalists at Project Veritas to thank for exposing the biggest election scandal of 2020 thus far that hasÂ nothingÂ at all to do with Russia.
According to details published by PV and accompanying video taken by its undercover journalists, Google has managed to hire a gaggle of brainwashed Left-wing sycophants who religiously believe they are â€˜saving the countryâ€™ by altering AI algorithms to filter out any and all pro-Trump content from independent and conservative media on the worldâ€™s biggest search platform.
In fact,Â according to one of them, the AI algorithms are designed to filter (censor) content in such a way so that Google can single-handedly prevent the â€œnext Trump situationâ€ â€” that is, his reelection next year.
â€œWe all got screwed over in 2016, again it wasnâ€™t just us, it was, the people got screwed over, the news media got screwed over, like, everybody got screwed over so weâ€™re rapidly been like, what happened there and how do we prevent it from happening again,â€ said longtime Google employee and head of â€œResponsible Innovation,â€ Jen Gennai.
How? â€œWeâ€™re also training our algorithms, like,Â if 2016 happened again, would we have, would the outcome be different?â€ she added.
Donâ€™t you love the language the Left uses? She is guilty of violating all sorts of anti-trust rules and has a role in actively censoring political speech in the United States of America while claiming the mantle of â€˜Responsibleâ€™ Innovation.Â
Gennai also criticized 2020 Dem presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warrenâ€™s only sane idea to date â€” break up Google because it has become a virtual monopoly search and media engine, soaking up the lionâ€™s share of advertising dollars and having become big enough to make or break online publishers.
Busting up Google is â€œvery misguided,â€ she claims, because â€œall these smaller companies who donâ€™t have the same resources that we do will be charged with preventing the next Trump situation, itâ€™s like a small company cannot do that.â€
So, there you have it: Googleâ€™sÂ singularÂ reason for existence today isÂ to prevent a second Trump term. From simple search engine to kingmaker.
A Google insider who brought the details to Project Veritas originally confirmed that what Gennai is saying is true: The company is setting up â€œMachine Learning Fairnessâ€ as one of several political tools it is using to promote their Left-wing political agenda â€” by combating â€œalgorithmic unfairness.â€
To Google, stifling speech supportive of the president is â€˜fair,â€™ while allowing stories that are positive about the president to percolate across the Internet so that anyone who wants can read it is â€˜unfair.â€™
Censorship? Fair. Free press for a free people? Unfair.
In a tweet, Project Veritas founder James Oâ€™Keefe noted that â€œâ€˜internal onlyâ€™ documents at Google show a Goal to establish a â€˜single point of truthâ€™ for definition of news across Google products.â€
— James O'Keefe (@JamesOKeefeIII) June 24, 2019
Google is â€œnot an objective source of information,â€ the insider can be heard saying in a modified voice in a darkened room on the video. â€œThey are a highly biased political machine that is bent on never letting somebody like Donald Trump come to power again,â€ the insider noted.
In the undercover portion of the video, Gennai notes further that development of technology designed to suppress pro-Trump views, speech, and reporting has been in the works since he beat Hillary Clinton.
â€œ2020 is certainly on top of my old organization, Trust and Safety, top of mind, theyâ€™ve been working on it since 2016, to make sure weâ€™re ready for 2020,â€ she said.
â€œThis is election meddling,â€ wrote Paul Joseph Watson, founder ofÂ Summit.newsÂ and a long-time editor-at-large for Infowars.
Without a doubt, it is â€” where is the Trump administration? Where is the Securities and Exchange Commission? Where is the Federal Election Commission?
- A version of this story first appeared at NewsTarget.
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