Secret Video Reveals Depth Of Bias At Google

Complete bias from Big Tech, Traditional Media and Social Media... is this the end of free speech in America?

Breitbart released a video it received from an anonymous source that shows and internal meeting as Google’s leadership speaks on how much they really don’t like Donald Trump.

The recording was made at the first “TGIF” meeting at Google after the elections. The “TGIF” meetings are held at the end of the week to inspire and motivate the employees of Google.

In the hour-long video you can see founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin speaking about their real feelings about the new President. Plus different VPs spoke including Kent Walker, Eileen Naughton and CFO Ruth Porat and CEO Sundar Pichai.

During the video it is clear that the leadership of Google is not in favor of the president and even speak on doing what they can to change their platform to fight the administration.

See the full video here.

The video has been released on the heels of founder Larry Paige going missing during the Senate Intelligence Committee meetings. Paige was supposed to meet with other tech leaders and discuss if they used their large digital media platform to assist Democrat candidates in the election.

Larry Paige has not shown up, and after the video, it is clear why he is avoiding the Senate hearing.

It was also reported this week that Google executive worked to boost the Latino voter turnout during the 2016 election to help Hillary Clinton.

During the video, co-founder Sergey Brin compares Trump supporters to extremists. One person can be heard on the video speaking to “white men,” saying this is an “opportunity for you right now to understand your privilege.”

With the video being released, Google missing Senate hearings and plans to sabotage the president, it is clear which side the company and its leadership are on.

What do you think? Should Google be regulated to ensure fairness?

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Adam Campbell is a former military brat, who grew up all over the world--but considers Milwaukee, WI, where he and his wife currently live, to be his home. He enjoys reporting the real news, without bias.