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1106, 25 Jun 19

Google’s Leftist Agenda Revealed


A senior Google executive has been caught on an undercover video appearing to suggest the company is trying to stop ‘the next Trump situation’ in the 2020 presidential election.

Secret footage released by Project Veritas shows 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’ve rapidly been like, what happened there and how do we prevent it from happening again.’

A company insider provided Project Veritas with documents outlining Google’s explanation of ‘Machine Learning Fairness’ and ‘algorithmic unfairness,’ which appear to expose a liberal bent at the online giant.

A document leaked by the alleged insider contained language about addressing ‘unjust or prejudicial treatment,’ saying that even when search results are factually accurate, ‘it may be desirable to consider how we might help society reach a more fair and equitable state, via either product intervention or broader corporate social responsibility efforts.’

So much for this blog showing up in Google searches.


1106, 25 June 2019


  1. guinness

    Okay. So Google is liberal biased and Yahoo is liberal biased for searching the web. Are there any search engines that aren’t? What about Bing? My iPad offers those three plus one more called DuckDuckGoGo. Any suggestions?

  2. jonnyv

    I personally don’t care if Google is fair or not. I personally just want the most popular results. If I search for “Are vaccines safe” I don’t want someone to feel like they need to represent both sides of the argument. I want the most popular and reputable sites out there. Those USUALLY go hand in hand (with some exceptions). The most cited, the most referenced, and the most visited.

    And even if Google has an internal liberal bias… too bad. You have other options to use. Vote with your search dollars. Corporations have personhood and if they want to lean liberal, go somewhere else. Search Yahoo (uses Google search results as of 2018), Go use Bing. DuckDuckGo,, Dogpile. If you don’t like Android, go to Apple. Don’t use Gmail, use Outlook.

    FYI. B&S is the 6th most popular search result when I type in Conservative Blog Wisconsin.

  3. Owen

    Yeah, but One Wisconsin Now is 7th. How did that happen ;)

    On the merits, I’m with you. I don’t support a government solution here. I just think people should know and vote with their dollars/clicks.

  4. Merlin

    Third on Google when searched as wisconsin conservative blogs.

  5. Mar

    I got you 4th out of 6.

  6. guinness


    Thanks for the conservative search site. I’ll see how it works out.

    I agree that it doesn’t matter how Google or any of the others lean politically when I’m doing a simple search. I just want quick, productive results. My first search with DuckDuckGo was impressive. Every single result was 100% pertinent to my query. I haven’t seen that using Google for a long time. Most of their results have had minimal related information and many have nothing in them at all that references my search criteria.

    The article here is the tip of the iceberg with Google’s modus operandi. Epoch Times posted an article this week that is a lot more comprehensive. Google’s priority is to lead its users via Artiificial Intelligence algorythms to ensure the 2020 election results are the opposite of 2016. Like Facebook, they are getting every drop of intel on all of its users and using it to determine how to influence our political thought process. I dropped Facebook very early on and have no intentions of using Google searches in the future. They rarely give me the information that I’m looking for anyway. But, their brain control policy is going to keep me away.

  7. MjM

    If you are only talking about biased search results, Google is by far the most biased because A) they already have a crapload of your info and ‘net history, B) you can buy your way to the top of the list with them, and C) they are -duh! – leftist propagandists.

    I use DuckDuckGo almost exclusively. DDG search does not compile user data (other than IPs so they can analyze unique visits), track you, sell you. The ads you get are based on what you just typed in, unlike Google, whose ads and results are based on what you just typed in, what you typed in last week, what you typed in three months ago, where you went afterwards, and your location.

    But even if you use DDG’s search engine you are most likely not Google free: Princeton’s Web Transparency & Accountability Project found Google trackers embedded in the code of 75% of the top 1million websites (compared to, say, Facebook’s 25%).

    Fortunately, DDG also offers a third-party tracker blocker.

  8. Kevin Scheunemann

    I hate liberal cancer.


  9. Pat


    Is that the same as saying you hate liberals?
    Just curious.

  10. Kevin Scheunemann


    No. I support curing their cancerous thoughts.

  11. jjf

    I want the most popular and reputable sites out there. […]  The most cited, the most referenced, and the most visited.

    Oh, my.  The depth of understanding!  The experience!  The wisdom!

    So that’s all we need to do to make a useful search engine, huh?

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