Whistleblower: Google still up to its election pranks

Friday, October 4, 2019
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Steve Jordahl (OneNewsNow.com)

Internet concept (http)A former Google employee – who had remained anonymous until recently – claims the search engine giant has a plan to take over the world … and he's not talking euphemistically.

Whistleblowers seem to be popping up all over these days, and in many cases the claims they are making are suspect. But when Zack Vorhies left Google, he brought thousands of internal documents with him to bolster his claims – and during a radio interview on Friday morning, he stated that among other misdeeds, Google is determined to keep President Donald Trump from getting re-elected in 2020.

"The CEO made a statement that they were going to use artificial intelligence in order to combat the fake news that helped Donald Trump get elected," he told American Family Radio talk-show host Sandy Rios. (Listen to the entire podcast)

"I discovered that there was a PowerPoint presentation talking about what 'fake news' was – [and] the examples they were using of what 'fake news' was were actually real events that took place."

Researcher Robert Epstein recently told Congress that Google may have funneled more than 10 million votes from Donald Trump to Hillary Clinton in 2016 by providing more pro-Hillary search results. According to Vorhies, it happened again during the last Democratic presidential debate after Hawaii's Tulsi Gabbard had a standout performance.

"So [people] started searching for Tulsi Gabbard – and Tulsi Gabbard's ad account, which she uses to capture those people searching for her name and to stay at the top of the Google search results, her ad account went down," he described.

Meaning for a critical six hours, people had limited access to information about her. She's suing Google for $50 million.

"Not only has Google demonstrated election meddling in the past, it's demonstrating election meddling right now," Vorhies added. "And it doesn't matter if your Left, it doesn't matter if you're Right – Google is going to do it for anyone who challenges the establishment narrative."

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