Google Has Underground Plan To Interfere Elections 2020 To Prevent Trump From Winning
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Google Has Underground Plan To Interfere Elections 2020 To Prevent Trump From Winning


A former Google employee, engineer, Kevin Cernekee broke through the wall with his brand new information about the supposed plans of tech giant to meddle the upcoming presidential elections. The news is really alarming, although the aim of the masterplan is simple as it can only seem. To prevent the President of the U.S.A. Donald Trump from winning in 2020.  

 “When President Trump won in 2016, Google executives went on stage right away and
cried – literal tears streaming down their faces. They vowed that it would
never happen again and they want to use all the power and resources they have
to control the flow of information to the public and make sure that Trump loses
in 2020,” Cernekee said on Monday morning.

According to the engineer's claim, Google has “a huge amount of information on every voter in the US” upon which actually the interference will rely. The data allows the tech company to “build psychological profiles” of voters in order to target their weak points. Then the giant can make the voters' opinion  sway to the Google's neded direction before the election.

Back in 2018 Cernekee was sacked by Goofle over misuse of the company’s equipment and tech. The former employee insists that he was targeted over his openly conservative views. The liberal “groupthink” is very strong within the tech giant and even the slightest hint of a conservative viewpoint can make an employee a target of harassment and termination, the engineer claimed.

 “I think President Trump needs to know that there are a lot of potential whistleblowers in these companies,” he said. “And they will speak up if they know he has their back.”

Google has constantly experienced allegations of a powerful liberal and anti-Trump bias, despite attempts by the company to portray itself as a body that is politically impartial. Last month, the latest charges against the tech giant came when senior software engineer Greg Coppola accused the business of prejudice and “fusion with the Democratic Party.”


Author: Usa Really