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RIGGED: Google trying to “play god” by thwarting 2020 election for Biden, senior engineer admits to Project Veritas

(Natural News) Project Veritas has released another powerful exposé – they sure are on a roll lately – that positively identifies Google and YouTube as bastions of far-left extremism.

Ritesh Lakhkar, who manages the technical program at Google’s Cloud division, admitted to an undercover Project Veritas reporter that the company culture at Google is intolerable because many of the employees there are fixated on trying to “play god” with content and search engine results.

Never in his career, Lakhkar says, has he witnessed the level of insanity that runs rampant at Google. And if you disagree with all the censorship, as Lakhkar apparently does, then you run the risk of being ostracized or worse.

“I feel suffocated at Google,” Lakhkar laments. “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.”

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When it comes to how content is prioritized on Google’s search results, Lakhkar confessed that Google actively promotes Joe Biden and other Democrats while denigrating President Donald Trump and other Republicans.

“You’re like playing selective god,” Lakhkar says about how it works. “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 going to delete that because it’s illegal under whatever pretext.”

“If a Democratic leader says that, then you’re going to leave it like that, so I’m like, okay, you’re not following one way or the other,” he adds. “You are just plain and simple trying to play god.”

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Google, YouTube exist to try to “control reality”

When asked how he feels about Google’s efforts to “control reality,” Lakhkar told the undercover reporter that he feels “helpless,” especially having to watch his far-left coworkers engage in corrupt behavior.

“It’s skewed by the owners and the drivers of the algorithm,” Lakhkar says about why search results for “Donald Trump” are all negative, and search results for “Joe Biden” are all positive.

“Like so, if I say, ‘Hey Google, here’s $2 billion, feed this data set of whenever ‘Joe Biden’ is searched, you’ll get these results.”

In the event that Trump wins reelection, Lakhkar is expecting lots of bellyaching, whining and even riots among Google employees, seeing as how last time around they were “crying in the corridors of Google.”

“I can’t keep doing this,” Lakhkar says about his job, noting that Google is now sending its employees – Lakhkar himself was one – overseas to China to teach Chinese people how to do American jobs.

“It doesn’t jive with me,” Lakhkar further stated about how Google’s continued efforts to play god and manipulate content make him feel.

In addition to politics, Google also censors natural health content. As we reported back in 2012, Google’s “Shopping” platform had been deliberately manipulated to block certain vitamin and supplement products from being accessed by shoppers.

While Lakhkar admits that he does not always agree with what Trump and conservatives have to say, he believes that such content should still be allowed on Google and YouTube.

“It’s not a good thing and I agree with that,” Lakhkar says, “but if it’s freedom of speech, both sides need to get their opinion.”

Lakhkar further says that while the founders of Google are “ultra-leftist,” Sundar Pichai, the current CEO, may or may not be, in his opinion.

“When I worked for Caterpillar or Corning, politics didn’t really matter,” Lakhkar says about his previous jobs. “You just do your job and: ‘Let’s make tractors, let’s make glass.’”

Sources for this article include:

ProjectVeritas.com

NaturalNews.com

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