Insider Blows Whistle & Exec Reveals Google Plan to Prevent “Trump situation” in 2020 on Hidden Cam

by Staff Report June 24, 2019 in News Posts / Press Releases / Top Stories / Veritas Leaks / Tech / Google

  • Insider: Google “is bent on never letting somebody like Donald Trump come to power again.”
  • Google Head of Responsible Innovation Says Elizabeth Warren “misguided” on “breaking up Google”
  • Google Exec Says Don’t Break Us Up: “smaller companies don’t have the resources” to “prevent next Trump situation”
  • Insider Says PragerU And Dave Rubin Content Suppressed, Targeted As “Right-Wing”
  • LEAKED Documents Highlight “Machine Learning Fairness” and Google’s Practices to Make Search Results “fair and equitable”
  • Document Appear to Show “Editorial” Policies That Determine How Google Publishes News

(New York City) — Project Veritas has released a new report on Google which includes undercover video of a Senior Google Executive, leaked documents, and testimony from a Google insider.  The report appears to show Google’s plans to affect the outcome of the 2020 elections and “prevent” the next “Trump situation.”

The report includes undercover footage of longtime Google employee and Head of Responsible Innovation, Jen Gennai saying:

“Elizabeth Warren is saying we should break up Google. And like, I love her but she’s very misguided, like that will not make it better it will make it worse, because all these smaller companies who don’t have the same resources that we do will be charged with preventing the next Trump situation, it’s like a small company cannot do that.”

Jen Gennal, Head of Responsible Innovation, Google.

Said Project Veritas founder James O’Keefe:

“This is the third tech insider who has bravely stepped forward to expose the secrets of Silicon Valley.  These new documents, supported by undercover video, raise questions of Google’s neutrality and the role they see themselves fulfilling in the 2020 elections.

Jen Gennai is the head of “Responsible Innovation” for Google, a sector that monitors and evaluates the responsible implementation of Artificial Intelligence (AI) technologies.  In the video, Gennai says Google has been working diligently to “prevent” the results of the 2016 election from repeating in 2020:

“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’re rapidly been like, what happened there and how do we prevent it from happening again.”

“We’re also training our algorithms, like, if 2016 happened again, would we have, would the outcome be different?”

Google: Artificial Intelligence Is For A “fair and equitable” State

According to the insider, Machine Learning Fairness is one of the many tools Google uses to promote a political agenda.  Documents leaked by a Google informant elaborate on Machine Learning Fairness and the “algorithmic unfairness” that AI product intervention aims to solve:

The insider showed Google search examples that show Machine Learning Fairness in action.

“The reason we launched our A.I. principles is because people were not putting that line in the sand, that they were not saying what’s fair and what’s equitable so we’re like, well we are a big company, we’re going to say it.” – Jen Gennai, Head Of Responsible Innovation, Google

The Google insider explained the impact of artificial intelligence and Machine Learning Fairness:

“They’re going to redefine a reality based on what they think is fair and based upon what they want, and what and is part of their agenda.”

Determining credible news and an editorial agenda. . .

Additional leaked documents detail how Google defines and prioritizes content from different news publishers and how its products feature that content.  One document, called the “Fake News-letter” explains Google’s goal to have a “single point of truth” across their products.

Another document received by Project Veritas explains the “News Ecosystem” which mentions “editorial guidelines” that appear to be determined and administered internally by Google.  These guidelines control how content is distributed and displayed on their site.

The leaked documents appear to show that Google makes news decisions about what news they promote and distribute on their site.

Comments made by Gennai raise similar questions.  In a conversation with Veritas journalists, Gennai explains that “conservative sources” and “credible sources” don’t always coincide according to Google’s editorial practices.

“We have gotten accusations of around fairness is that we’re unfair to conservatives because we’re choosing what we find as credible news sources and those sources don’t necessarily overlap with conservative sources …”

Jen Gennai

The insider shed additional light on how YouTube demotes content from influencers like Dave Rubin and Tim Pool:

“What YouTube did is they changed the results of the recommendation engine. And so what the recommendation engine is it tries to do, is it tries to say, well, if you like A, then you’re probably going to like B. So content that is similar to Dave Rubin or Tim Pool, instead of listing Dave Rubin or Tim Pool as people that you might like, what they’re doing is that they’re trying to suggest different, different news outlets, for example, like CNN, or MSNBC, or these left leaning political outlets.”

Whisleblower, insider
Internal Google Document: “People Like Us Are Programmed”

An additional document Project Veritas obtained, titled “Fair is Not the Default” says “People (like us) are programmed” after the results of machine learning fairness.  The document describes how “unconscious bias” and algorithms interact.

Veritas is the “Only Way”

Said the insider:

“The reason why I came to Project Veritas is that you’re the only one I trust to be able to be a real investigative journalist.  Investigative journalist is a dead career option, but somehow, you’ve been able to make it work.  And because of that I came to Project Veritas because I knew that this was the only way that this story would be able to get out to the public.”

“I mean, this is a behemoth, this is a Goliath, I am but a David trying to say that the emperor has no clothes. And, um, being a small little ant I can be crushed, and I am aware of that. But, this is something that is bigger than me, this is something that needs to be said to the American public.”

Insider, whisleblower

Project Veritas intends to continue investigating abuses in big tech companies and encourages more Silicon Valley insiders to share their stories through their Be Brave campaign.

As of publishing, Google did not respond to Project Veritas’ request for comment.  Additional leaked Google documents can be viewed HERE.

Other insider investigations can be viewed here:

 (Big tech insiders can reach out to Project Veritas here to help expose similar newsworthy wrongdoing.)

Opinion/Column: Obama’s hypocrisy on full display

  • The Daily Progress; Laura Hollis; Sep 14, 2018

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Former President Barack Obama speaks at the University of Illinois campus in Urbana, Ill., on Friday, Sept. 7, 2018.  AP File

Former President Barack Obama made his grand re-entrance onto the public political stage last week. His speech at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign was designed to inspire Democratic voters to vote in the upcoming midterm elections.

It was classic Obama: long on soaring rhetoric, short on truth.

If Democrats think Obama is their ace in the hole to play against the Republicans’ Trump card, bring it. Obama’s less-than-stellar record had begun to fade into the recesses of the public’s memories. But now it’s all fresh again — and fair game.

In fact, it’s eye-opening to consider the accusations leveled at President Trump daily and compare them with Obama’s own history. Let’s take a look at a few:

“Trump is egotistical.”

Sure he is. But Obama isn’t? This is the man who used Greek columns as a backdrop and developed his own president-elect seal. Who assured voters that his 2008 nomination would be “the moment when the rise of the oceans began to slow and the planet began to heal.” Who infamously said: “I think that I’m a better speechwriter than my speechwriters. I know more about policies on any particular issue than my policy directors. And I’ll tell you right now that I’m gonna think I’m a better political director than my political director.” It became popular to count the times Obama would say “I,” “me” or “my” in his speeches. (Not much has changed. At the U of I last week, it was 102 times in 64 minutes.)

Of course, it was probably hard to be humble when pundits routinely compared him to God and rendered him beatifically with halos in photo after photo. Trump doesn’t have that problem.

“Trump isn’t qualified.”

True, Trump had no political experience before running for president. But Obama had precious little. He was elected to the Illinois state Senate three times (the first was a special election) and announced his candidacy for U.S. Senate just one year into his second full four-year term. He served just over two years of his first six-year term in the U.S. Senate before announcing his candidacy for president of the United States. He had no executive experience in the public or private sector. Ambitious? Yes. Experienced? No.

“Trump lies.”

Where to begin? Here are some of President Obama’s monumental untruths:

» On Obamacare: “You can keep your doctor. …You can keep your plan.” “Premiums will be reduced an average of $2,500.” (Nope. Nope. And nope. Premiums more than doubled between 2013 and 2017. And they’re still rising.)

» Calling the Benghazi terrorist attack a “spontaneous protest” in response to a video. Then later claiming that he had called it a terrorist attack.

» Misleading the public — and Congress — about the nuclear deal with Iran. (Even Ben Rhodes, Obama’s deputy national security adviser, chortled about the ease of that deception.)

Obama is still lying. Last week, he denounced Republicans for causing “the politics of division, of resentment and paranoia” and said that the GOP’s definition of “civility” is “‘We will be polite as long as we get a hundred percent of what we want.'” Apparently, Obama wasn’t watching the clown show put on by Senate Democrats at Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation hearings.

“Trump cozies up to dictators.”

This is rich. When GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney argued in the 2012 campaign that Russia was a threat to peace and security, Obama said, “And the 1980s are now calling to ask for their foreign policy back.” Earlier that same year, Obama had been caught on a live mic telling then-Russian President Dmitri Medvedev, “This is my last election. After my election I have more flexibility.” To which Medvedev replied, “I understand. I will transmit this information to Vladimir.”

That would be Vladimir Putin.

President Obama bowed to the king of Saudi Arabia. And to the Japanese emperor. (OK, the emperor of Japan isn’t really a dictator, but still …)

And how about the time Obama drew a “red line” for Syrian strongman Bashar Assad, warning him not to use chemical weapons? Assad thumbed his nose at the United States, using chemical weapons multiple times, whereupon President Obama did nothing.

When University of Virginia student Otto Warmbier was arrested and imprisoned in North Korea in 2016, the Obama administration urged his family to remain quiet and patient. Nothing happened. President Trump was able to get Otto Warmbier released. (Tragically, Warmbier arrived home in such horrific physical condition that he died only days later.) Trump also obtained the release of three additional prisoners — Kim Dong-chul, Tony Kim and Kim Hak-song.

“Trump hates the press.”

Obama proclaimed this week that he never had the hostile relationship with the press that President Trump has. The press called him out on that whopper. Obama’s administration was notoriously closed to press inquiry, spied on journalists, seized their records, denied Freedom of Information Act requests at unprecedented levels and prosecuted whistleblowers. And he was described as “going to war” against Fox News.

“Trump is going to destroy the economy.”

Laughable. The economy is doing so well — jobs up, unemployment down, wages rising, consumer confidence up — that Obama is now trying to take credit for it. Sorry, Mr. Obama, but you didn’t build that.

Trump vs. Hillary Clinton was amusing. But Trump vs. Obama is the Clash of the Titans. So, please, Mr. Obama, keep speaking. Every day. For the next two months. Because if the November 2018 elections become about Obama’s record, Republicans will sweep.

Laura Hollis is a Creators Syndicate columnist and a teacher of business law and entrepreneurship who holds faculty appointments at the Mendoza College of Business and the Law School at the University of Notre Dame.