In yet another bombshell investigation from Project Veritas, James O’Keefe and his trusted band of merry mischief-makers have uncovered documents and interviews that prove Google’s bias against conservatives. Now, granted, there can be little doubt anymore that Google is in the tank for the Democratic Party and their associated ideologies. Simply too much has come out for anyone to think otherwise. But with this latest treasure trove of information, Project Veritas has come as close as anyone to showing that Google isn’t just run by leftists – they are actively injecting that leftism into their public products, including search.
“Project Veritas has obtained a newly leaked document from Google that appears to show a Google employee and member of Google ‘transparency-and-ethics’ group calling conservative and libertarian commentators, including Dennis Prager and Ben Shapiro, ‘nazis,” the site announced on Wednesday.
The documents show a member of Google’s “transparency and ethics” group telling her colleagues that everyone should “understand that PragerU, Jordan Peterson, Ben Shapiro et al are nazis using the dog whistles,” an accusation that should be particularly interesting to Shapiro, who is of course Jewish. Not that that every stops his critics from lumping him in with the “alt-right,” calling him a white supremacist, and deplatforming him due to his conservative views.
“I don’t think correctly identifying far-right content is beyond our capabilities,” noted one Google staffer. “But if it is, why not go with Meredith’s suggestion of disabling the suggestion feature.”
In other words, content from the likes of Dennis Prager, Jordan Peterson, and Ben Shapiro is so dangerous that Google is willing to disrupt the very functions of their search engine to prevent people from accessing it.
The leaked documents were published a day after Project Veritas posted a shocking video with an anonymous Google whistleblower who said the technology giant was manipulating search engine methodologies to filter out facts that leftists consider “unfair” in some form or fashion.
“They want to act as gatekeeper between the user and the content they want to access, so they’re going to come in and they’re going to filter the content,” the whistleblower said. “They’re going to say, ‘We don’t want to give the user access to that information because it’s going to create an outcome that’s undesirable to us.'”
That video, incidentally, was swiftly removed from YouTube due to “privacy concerns.” Google is, of course, the parent company of YouTube.