‘Youtube’ Removes ‘Project Veritas’ Leak Exposing The Bias Of ‘Google’ Against Trump

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As the election season approaches, Google’s video-streaming service, Youtube, took down a video that exposed the California-based technological superpower of being politically biased against the President and his bid for the next election.

The video, which has since been removed from the platform by Youtube, shows a senior employee at the company appearing to admit that the company plans to interfere in the next presidential election to stop Donald Trump.

The video is part of the Project Veritas, that has exposed numerous scandals corruption, dishonesty, self-dealing, waste, fraud, and other misconduct by private individuals, corporations, politicians and government agencies. It was founded by James O’Keefe and claimed that it aims to “further the common good and general welfare of the citizens of the United States by conducting investigations into waste, fraud, abuse, corruption, dishonesty, self-dealing and other misconduct for the purpose of educating the public, stakeholders, policymakers, and communities in order to create a more ethical and transparent society.”

Only Google can prevent “next Trump situation”

The said video is still available in the Project Veritas website and featured undercover footage of a top Google employee, Jen Gennai, who preaches that the company, Google, should not be broken up because they still need to stop the reelection of the President and only they can prevent “next Trump situation.”

“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,” the video revealed appearing to be said by Gennai.

In the same video, Gennai appears also to declare that Trump’s victory in the 2016 elections “screwed us (Google).”

“We all got screwed over in 2016; again it wasn’t just us, it was, the people got screwed over, the news media got screwed over, like, everybody got screwed over, so we’re rapidly like, happened there and how do we prevent it from happening again,” she added.

“We’re also training our algorithms, like, if 2016 happened again, would we have, would the outcome be different?”

They need to change the law to force Google to change

Gennai is also strong in its stance that government pressure and intervention could not force Google to change its ways. She said that if the lawmakers want to change how Google behaves, they have to change the law.

“We got called in front of Congress multiple times, so we’ve not shown up because we know that they’re just going to attack us. We’re not going to change our; we’re not going to change our mind. There’s no use sitting there being attacked over something we know we’re not going to change. They can pressure us, but we’re not changing. But we also have to be aware of what they’re doing and what they’re accusing us of,” she said in the video.

Gennai works on “responsible innovation” in the Global Affairs division of Google — the same division run by Kent Walker, the Google VP who has declared his intention to make the populist-nationalist movement represented by Donald Trump a “blip” or “hiccup” in history, which he said, “bends towards progress.”

This rhetoric coincides and corroborated earlier leaks that exposed other top managers and officials from Google to have made similar statements involving the same sentiments.

Similar sentiments from other Google execs

Earlier this year, a Google engineer, Mike Wacker, published an email showing an official from the tech superpower telling his subordinates that the Trump election victory motivated the company’s stand on fake news.

“Also, I posted a comment on a meme regarding fake news on Search, and someone reported it to [Human Resources]. I didn’t say I was in favor or against, just cautioned that we need to be car[e]ful. My manager brought it up in our 1:1 last week. Made me feel very uncomfortable for having an opposing view. He said we need to stop hate [speech] and fake news because that’s how Trump won the election,” Wacker wrote in his post.

“I obviously didn’t say anything and just wanted it to end. I [redacted] would like to see all managers be required to take political bias training.”

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