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Undercover Video: Google Exec Publicly Confirms Google Is Playing God in This Election

Lawmakers are starting to become concerned about the growing influence of foreign countries in the upcoming election. However, there is no one who is taking the time to consider the possibility that interference could be taking place in our own backyard. Project Veritas has the scoop on the latest Google interference.

Google is using the power that they have over search engines and the Internet at large to influence the election. They want to make sure that the Democrats are given the chance to dominate. There’s a new undercover video, which depicts a Google technical manager who is looking disgusted. The manager tells their employer that they are playing God with the election.

Ritesh Lakhkar is also worried about the growing Chinese influence over American politics. “I feel suffocated at Google,” said Lakhkar to a Project Veritas undercover journalist. “Because on one side you have this professional or unprofessional attitude, and on the other side, you have this ultra-leftist attitude, and your entire existence is questioned.” Finally, someone is willing to say it.

“You’re like playing selective God. If it was fraud, it doesn’t matter, but for Trump, Melania Trump, it matters, and on the other side, Trump says something, misinformation, you’re gonna delete that because it’s illegal under whatever pretext,” he said. “If a Democratic leader says that, then you’re gonna leave it like that, so I’m like, okay, you’re not following one way or the other. You are just plain and simple trying to play God,” he correctly opined.

This is a man who simply wants to see a fair election but Google does not agree with this viewpoint. The fact that the video is undercover isn’t even that important. He doesn’t seem too concerned with trying to hide his identity. Plus, we already knew that Google had zero qualms about influencing the flow of information for their own ends.

Unfortunately, there is no limit to the power that Google’s corruption is able to access. That’s the true concern here. The Department of Justice is now confronting the situation head-on, with a long-awaited antitrust suit that is designed to break up their monopoly. The Washington Post even reported on the suit and the liberal rag seems a bit concerned.

To wit: “….the filing alone still serves as a stunning turn of events for Google, roughly seven years after the federal government last probed the company for potential antitrust violations — an inquiry that regulators concluded without suing Google or seeking significant penalties, including its breakup.

The inaction in Washington for years has stood in stark contrast to the withering antitrust scrutiny Google has faced in Europe, where competition regulators over the past decade have slapped the Mountain View, California-based tech behemoth with $9 billion in fines and sought to secure major changes to the way it offers search, advertising, and Android, its smartphone operating system.”

Google has been able to avoid these issues for a few years because the United States needed some time to internalize the lessons of the past. The previous administration is also still upset that Google did not use its muscle to help keep President Trump from winning the presidency. Now, the Democrats are leaning on them as hard as they possibly can.

It’s quite the shift. The GOP also allowed them to skate for far too long. This last-ditch effort at holding them accountable is too little, too late for the current administration. The Sherman Act needs to be enforced so that conservatives do not have to watch businesses play God in this sort of manner.

Otherwise, there is no end in sight. Google is operating with impunity at the moment. Economic and political capital is going to be consolidated into the hands of fewer and fewer people. This is not something that anyone should want. Google has become a monopoly gatekeeper of the highest order. The United States will never be the same.