President Donald Trump has said he is keeping a close eye on Google after learning that the technology company has sworn to do everything possible to make Trump lose the 2020 election.
“@sundarpichai of Google was in the Oval Office working very hard to explain how much he liked me, what a great job the Administration is doing, that Google was not involved with China’s military, that they didn’t help Crooked Hillary over me in the 2016 Election, & that they are NOT planning to illegally subvert the 2020 Election despite all that has been said to the contrary,” Trump wrote on Twitter.
“It all sounded good until I watched Kevin Cernekee, a Google engineer, say terrible things about what they did in 2016 and that they want to ‘Make sure that Trump losses in 2020,’” the president continued.
The engineer the president is talking about is Kevin Cernekee, a former Google employee who, on a Fox News TV show, revealed how the technology giant’s leaders had cast a vow in 2016 not to allow President Trump to win the election again.
“Google executives went up on stage right away and cried—literal tears streaming down their faces following Trump’s victory. They vowed that it would never happen again and they want to use all the power and all the resources that they have to control the flow of information to the public and make sure that Trump loses in 2020.”
“Lou Dobbs stated that this is a fraud on the American public. @peterschweizer stated with certainty that they suppressed negative stories on Hillary Clinton, and boosted negative stories on Donald Trump. All very illegal. We are watching Google very closely!” the president added.
Lou Dobbs is a Fox Business anchor. The president refers here to an interview he did this week with Peter Schweizer, president of the Government Accountability Institute and a writer.
In it, the expert explained that in the 2016 election campaign Google suppressed the negative stories about Hillary Clinton and promoted the negative stories about Trump.
Scheweizer added that, at the time, Google thought President Trump would lose and that there was no need to intervene too much. In 2020, they will “go for everything,” according to Schweizer.
In this context today, an anti-corruption activist, Gemma O’Doherty, responded to President Trump’s tweet by saying that in Dublin, Ireland, where Google’s headquarters for Europe is located, the same “censorship” and “manipulation” are taking place.
“Thank you President @realDonaldTrump. Google EU HQ in Dublin #Ireland is actively silencing voices of patriotism and truth. We have daily gatherings at their office demanding that they respect our Constitution and bring an end to censorship and bias. We need your help in Europe,” O’Doherty wrote.
And this is not the only evidence that is coming to light about Google’s allegedly left-leaning political agenda.
In June, an undercover video recorded by Project Veritas captured Google’s head of Responsible Innovation, Jen Gennai, saying: “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 been like, what happened there and how do we prevent it from happening again.”
And it is not only at the national level, Google has recently been accused of working with the Chinese communist regime.
In July a billionaire Facebook investor warned of possible technological collaboration between Google and China’s army.
Peter Thiel, founder of PayPal, said during the National Conservative Conference in Washington that Google would have to explain why it is committed to working with the army of the Chinese communist regime and not with that of the United States.
Thiel is convinced that Google is infiltrated by Chinese agents and that the Artificial Intelligence technology that Google is developing through the Manhattan project will sooner or later end up in the hands of Beijing’s communist army.
“If it’s real, if this is real, obviously it can also be used by the [Chinese] army in many ways and it’s an important national security issue to know who has it,” he said.