far-left mainstream media is dutifully defending its ideological allies
in Silicon Valley, arguing that President Trump’s criticism of
bias in Google’s products is a “conspiracy
mainstream media may have formed a defensive barrier around Google in
response to the President, but there are many examples of Google
expressing its political bias in ways both big and small. Breitbart Tech
has collected ten popular examples of Google’s left-wing bias in action.
When the company fired James Damore
Google engineer was fired for expressing mild criticism of Google’s
far-left diversity policies and political monoculture. His arguments
wouldn’t have been out of place in a David Brooks column or a Jonathan
Haidt lecture. Despite the mildness of his arguments — which were more
liberal centrist than conservative — radical leftists at the company
succeeded in getting him fired, after maliciously leaking his viewpoint
diversity manifesto to the press.
along with other current and former Google employees, is now fighting a class-action
lawsuit against the company alleging that it
discriminates against people of a non-progressive political viewpoint,
and against white and Asian males.
When the company failed to condemn Antifa
workforce is riddled
with supporters of Antifa, a far-left group
categorized as a terrorist network by U.S. security agencies. Members of
this bloodthirsty movement have pleaded guilty to plotting
acid attacks at pro-Trump events. On the west
coast, an Antifa member was arrested for
smashing a Trump supporter in the head with a bike lock. Yet when
Breitbart News reached out to Google asking them to provide a general
disavowal of political violence, the company declined
to do so.
When then-CEO Eric Schmidt wanted to be “head outside adviser” to the
WikiLeaks published a trove of Clinton campaign manager John Podesta’s
emails during the 2016 election campaign, one of the revelations was
that Eric Schmidt wanted, in Podesta’s words, to be “head
outside adviser” to the Clinton campaign.
According to Podesta’s email, he expressed this wish as early as 2014.
When Schmidt set up a grassroots organization to put a second Clinton
in the White House
wasn’t joking. Ahead of the 2016 campaign, he set up a shadowy
grassroots organization called “The
Groundwork.” Little is known about its
operations and composition, but its stated aim was to harness the
expertise of Silicon Valley to put Hillary Clinton in the White House.
When Google rigged its search suggestions in favor of Hillary Clinton
video from tech news site SourceFed in 2016 reported that
negative search terms for Hillary Clinton did not autocomplete, despite
the fact that those terms (like “Hillary Clinton criminal”) were
popular, and autocompleted just fine on Bing and Yahoo. Moreover,
negative search terms for Clinton opponents Bernie Sanders and Donald
Trump did autocomplete.
Google’s explained that they don’t allow negative autocompletes about
individuals, period. But they failed to explain why Sanders and Trump
were apparently exempt from this rule.
in the year, research conducted
by psychologist Dr. Robert Epstein found that Google’s search results as
well as its autocomplete suggestions were biased, and could have shifted
up to 3 million votes towards Clinton. Not enough for her to win,
clearly. But will that be the case with the Democratic candidate in
When its senior management broke down in tears after Trump’s election
this actually happened. A Google insider gave
Breitbart News this bit of information (and some
other internal horror stories) back in 2017.
When Google employees spoke out en masse about the company’s
oppressive political monoculture
wasn’t the only thing revealed by disgruntled Google employees. The
firing of James Damore led to an outpouring of leaks from the company,
which were published exclusively by Brietbart News. The horror stories
included senior management prioritizing
diversity over good technology, efforts to demote
politically incorrect content in search, and employees getting
demonized, excluded, and even punched for
being too conservative.
When it decided to boost Wikipedia, an encyclopedia of far-left fake
news, in its search results
you conduct a Google search, chances are you’ll see a Wikipedia link at
the top of your results, or information from Wikipedia in the “knowledge
panel” that appears on the right-hand side of some Google searches. The
online encyclopedia is heavily favored in Google search results.
online encyclopedia is also infamous for its unreliability and far-left
bias. Editors on the site added ICE
detention centers to a Wikipedia article on “concentration camps.” They added Donald
Trump and Tucker Carlson to a list of “neo-Nazi conspiracy theorists.”
They even created an article dedicated solely to criticism of the
President’s handshake style, and featured
it on Wikipedia’s front page. This is the “encyclopedia” that
Google relies on for many of its top search results.
When it plowed $300 million into propping up the anti-Trump legacy
is an initiative of Google News spread across the company’s services and
YouTube. Typically of recent big tech power-grabs, the initiative
was presented to the public as an effort to combat “misinformation”
online. Google will do this by funding misinformation at news
organizations like far-left Vox, a website that claims the Clinton email
scandal is fake
When it let a far-left academic give a talk on “white fragility” while
blocking Jordan Peterson
regularly invites academics to its headquarters to give lectures and
allows employees to offer suggestions for invites. Well, some employees.
If you suggest a world-renowned academic who is nonetheless loathed by
the left and media establishment, like Jordan Peterson, your suggestion
will be denied. But you invite a racist to give a talk on “white