Project Veritas Informs Congressional Leaders about Google’s Manipulating of Elections

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After an earth-shattering week of revelations from Project Veritas showing Google’s plans to manipulate the U.S. presidential election against Donald Trump in 2020, the whistle-blowing organization is making sure that Congress is aware of their findings.

The organization’s legal counsel, Benjamin Barr of Statecraft Law, sent letters to a bipartisan group of lawmakers in Washington D.C. including Sens. Ted Cruz (R-TX), Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), Mike Lee (R-UT), Josh Hawley (R-MO), Richard Blumenthal (D-CT), Mark Warner (D-VA), and Ed Markey (D-MA) as well as Reps. Louis Gohmert (R-TX), David Cicilline (D-RI), Steve King (R-IA), and Jim Jordan (R-OH) informing them that Big Tech is an existential threat to our democratic process.

Veritas provided a link to the letter they sent to Sen. Cruz where they outlined exactly how Google was violating election law with their abhorrent practices.

“Under the Federal Election Campaign Act (“FECA”), federal election law prohibits corporations from making contributions,” Barr explained in the letter. “This prohibition includes in-kind contributions by corporations where something of value is offered that supports or opposes a candidate for office. As an incorporated entity, Google is forbidden under the FECA to use resources to ‘never let[] somebody like Donald Trump [to] come to power again.'”

“The captured video of Ms. Gennai illustrates that Google is currently “training [its] algorithms” and is thus taking concrete steps likely in violation of federal election law,” Barr added.

Google attempted to suppress the video from circulation by removing it from their popular YouTube platform, but it has still been widely disseminated despite the thought control attempt from the censors.

In subsequent reports, Veritas has exposed Google for instructing its employees on the best methods of resisting President Trump and his policies, blacklisting pro-life search terms on YouTube prior to an abortion referendum in Ireland, and calling conservative commentators Ben Shapiro, Dennis Prager and Jordan Petersen ‘nazis using dog whistles.’

More whistle-blowers are coming forward, and the public relations nightmare may not be over yet for Google as Veritas continues to shine light on the tech giant who felt they were above the law.

“Since we broke this Google story this morning there are already a few more insiders who have come to us wanting to go public,” Veritas founder James O’Keefe wrote on Twitter.

Veritas did not just highlight Google in their letter, but several other hostile Big Tech monopolists who work in tandem to repress right-wing thought for the purposes of manipulating democracy.

“After investigating Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, and Google, it becomes clear that social media giants and big tech believe their platforms will not be hubs of free speech, but curated echo chambers,” Barr wrote to Congressional lawmakers.

“George Orwell once commented that if “liberty means anything at all, it means the right to tell people what they do not want to hear.” Big tech and social media companies are in sore need of this wisdom today,” he concluded.

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