Google is not a friend of conservatives.
The company recently come under fire for firing James Damore for writing an honest memo on diversity.
Ever since, the reality that the search engine giant quashes speech, thought, and dissent is sinking in. The only problem is that the matter is far worse than we imagined.
In an exclusive interview with Breitbart, a former high-ranking engineer at Google revealed just how entrenched liberal ideology is within the company’s culture, especially among senior officials. The engineer, who was identified as “Arthur,” said there was a bias against conservatives at the company, adding that this was especially true during and after the 2016 election.
“After Trump was elected, there was a mammoth outpouring of anti-Republican and anti-Trump sentiment,” Arthur said.
He recalled a specific event that occurred during “the Trayvon Martin trial,” which was probably a reference to the trial of George Zimmerman, the Florida man accused of murder in the death of the black teenager Trayvon Martin. At one gathering, “Arthur” wrote, “David Drummond, a senior VP who is black, interrupted an all-hands meeting by leading a group of people up on stage chanting, ‘What do we want? Justice! When do we want it? Now!’”
Arthur recalled another incident where Google’s bias showed: “Most memorably, there was an open meeting in Charlie’s (the largest meeting space on campus) where people could deal with their grief at Trump’s election. It was either Ruth Porat (the CFO) or Eileen Naughton (the head of HR) who actually shed tears on stage; my memory was that it was Ruth. At some point in the meeting, she asked everyone to hug the person next to them.”
Google claims that it doesn’t just accept difference — it celebrates, supports and thrives on it for the benefit of their employees. But actions speak louder than words.
Google is not a friend of conservatives, but what is even more frightening is that Google is also not a friend of free speech and diversity of opinion, which puts democracy at risk.
Any company that attempts to silence those with whom they do not agree is an enemy of the people.
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