A Google whistleblower stepped forward to expose a plot by his employers to rig the U.S. presidential election by promoting negative information about President Donald Trump while suppressing bad press on Joe Biden.
Google Cloud Program Manager Ritesh Lakhkar has spoken out to reveal the wrongdoing that’s he’s witnessed taking place at the Big Tech company.
Lakhkar says the search engine giant is holding Democrats and Republicans to different standards in an attempt to alter public perceptions of the parties and sway elections in favor of their preferred candidates.
Google’s actions are “morally” and “ethically” wrong, according to Lakhkar.
“If Trump wins, there will be riots. And if the left wins, they will be ecstatic,” he told Project Veritas.
Lakhkar says Google is “playing God” by “taking away freedom of speech” from those on both sides of the political aisle.
Specifically, he cited tweets from President Donald Trump and reporters being deleted.
“So, I’m like, you’re playing selective God,” Lakhkar explained.
“Like, if it was fraud it doesn’t matter, but for Trump, Melania Trump, it matters.
“And, on the other side, Trump says something, misinformation.
“You’re gonna delete that because it’s illegal under whatever pretext.”
“And if a Democratic leader says that, then you’re gonna leave it.
“So I’m like, okay, you’re not following one way or the other.
“You are just plain and simple trying to play God.”
The employee said the company, who owns YouTube, also “plays God” with that platform as well.
YouTube routinely decides what content to keep and what content to delete, according to Town Hall.
Lakhkar said YouTube acts as God when they’re “deleting all the controversial stuff. Deleting all the KKK stuff.
“Deleting all the anti-apartheid and anti-Semitism. All that stuff.”
While he agrees with getting rid of those things, Lakhkar said there’s a freedom of speech issue.
“Both sides need to get their opinion,” Lakhkar explained.
When a person does a Google search of “Donald Trump” the results are negative.
When a search of “Joe Biden” comes up the results are positive.
And that’s because of results are “skewed by the owners and drivers of the algorithm.”
The program manager explained that a person can pay Google millions of dollars for a specific set of results to come up when a person searches the term “Joe Biden.”
Interestingly enough, Lakhkar said Google is “the worst” company he’s worked for when it comes to following a leftist agenda.
“When I worked for Caterpillar or Corning, politics didn’t really matter,” he explained.
“You just do your job and, ‘Let’s make tractors, let’s make glass.’
“Here it’s like your opinion matters more than your work.”
The leftism at the company is so bad that when President Trump won in 2016, Lakhkar said “people were crying in the corridors at Google.”
“There were protests. There were marches,” he said.
“There were, I guess, group therapy sessions for employees, organized by HR.”
Employees were so distraught by the news that Google allowed them to take time off because Trump’s win was a “shocking event.”
One of Lakhkar’s biggest concerns is Google and FitBit’s outsourcing of American jobs.
He said that he was sent to China to teach people how to do the jobs Americans are doing on behalf of both companies.
“These companies are gonna go in and be in bed with the Chinese Communist Party,” he said bluntly.
Raised in San Antonio, Jack Dennis’ early experiences were as a newspaper reporter and private investigator. With a Texas State University bachelor’s degree, Jack studied journalism, education and psychology. He was the founding vice-president of Sigma Delta Chi, the Association of Professional Journalists at the University. Jack has received numerous awards, including Investigative Reporter of the Year from Rocky Mountain Press Association, David Ashworth Community Award, and Leadership in Management.
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