Proof that Google is a Leftist Propaganda Organization

Naaaah Google's not biased

Google Confidential Internal-OnlyIn July 2017, Google Engineer James Damore wrote and released an internal memo to fellow Google employees titled: Google's Ideological Echo Chamber (memo). By August 2017, Google fired Damore for violating its "code of conduct". Google's VP of Diversity, Danielle Brown, responded to the memo on August 8: "Part of building an open, inclusive environment means fostering a culture in which those with alternative views, including different political views, feel safe sharing their opinions. But that discourse needs to work alongside the principles of equal employment found in our Code of Conduct, policies, and anti-discrimination laws".
But now a confidential internal-only video recorded at Google immediately after the 2016 U.S. presidential election has come to light showing that Google is indeed an echo chamber and that there is no "safe sharing" for non-leftists at Google. As a matter of fact, watching the video would leave the viewer believing that only leftists work at Google.

Sent to Breitbart News by an anonymous source, it features co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin, VPs Kent Walker and Eileen Naughton, CFO Ruth Porat, and CEO Sundar Pichai. There is no indication in the video by the various speakers in the video that they believe there could be any non-leftists in the audience of employees let alone actual Donald Trump supporters. The speakers continued to use the phrase "at a time like this", referring to Trump's election. The speakers indignantly talk about how the company's "values" transcend politics all the while doing nothing but pushing their politics on the employees that were forced to listen.

CFO Porat's voice even quivered when she spoke about Hillary Clinton's loss. Google's conclusions were that the only reason people voted for Trump is because they believed their voices weren't being heard. Like most of the media, Google obviously doesn't realize that some people just like the America as it was founded to be in 1776. We like free market. We like capitalism. We like borders. We like individualism. We like self-determination and responsibility. We like the Constitution.

The Google officials were so worried about what a Trump presidency means as if suddenly Trump was going hunt people down. The VP Naughton even joked about her "guesstimate that 50% of Americans want to now move to Canada". At about minute 23:05 Naughton admits that Google "leans liberal". The meeting then moved to the Q&A session and interestingly enough the first question was:

"This week's election demonstrated the problems with 'bubbles', confirmation bias, and a failure to listen to other points of view. As technology becomes more personalized, how can Google reduce the impact of the 'echo chamber' and access to diverse viewpoints across the population?"

This is the exact same sentiment that Damore was trying to express a year later and was fired for it. Co-founder Brin tried to answer the question as the nation is merely divided but then launched into "state sponsored trolling", which is the epitome of STILL being that echo chamber bubble and not realizing there just are a lot of Americans that don't want Google's (and the Democrat's) latent socialism and cultural mob-rule fascism dressed up as "democracy" (P.S. America is a Republic for a good reason)

VP Kent Walker in responding to a question about "fair use of the internet" under Trump had the nerve to in part answer that Google has established a tradition of "no interference of the proper flow of data" even though over and over Google and many social media giants have been interfering in free data flow to spin it to a leftist bias. But the discussion really devolves when Brin postulates that the main Trump voters were people with "routine jobs" and that they most likely voted for him out of "boredom", implying they hated their routine, monotonous lives and just wanted to see chaos and change and thus voted for the unpredictable newcomer. Later in the video he even says boredom led to the rise of communism and fascism. Brin YET AGAIN demonstrating his inability to understand why Trump won.

Furthering the idea that Google is not merely a search engine/tech company, Walker in answering a question about technology regulation under Trump, said that part of Google's job is to "educate policy makers". Nah, nothing activist about that at all. Google isn't trying to impose their worldview on anyone. Google isn't trying to increase the echo chamber. I mean, an "educator" innately knows more than the student. Americans and the "policy makers" (ie Trump) need to be "educated" by Google, right? Ultimately, judging from the Google execs and from some of the employee questions; the conclusion is that the only reason Trump won is that people just weren't informed enough and that Google needs to do a better job at educating and informing people [indoctrination], especially in the places where Trump had the most support [dumb rural America]. The video ends with Brin saying he has no idea what Trump will do as president. Ummmm... so Google execs haven't listened to any of Trump's ACTUAL speeches? Yep, the echo chamber of this meeting just kept on going and going.

Ok, lastly, can I just ask; was Larry Page the inspiration for the Napoleon Dynamite character?

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