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Leaked Video Shows Shell Shocked Google Leadership after Trump Win

Shortly after the 2016 election, Google’s leadership held a meeting with employees that resembled a healing session, as if they’d all just suffered a collective trauma. Video of that meeting was just leaked to Breitbart, and the footage would be hilarious if the hysterical leftists captured in it didn’t wield so much power.

The meeting is headed by Google co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin, VPs Kent Walker and Eileen Naughton, CFO Ruth Porat, and CEO Sundar Pichai, all of whom appeared to be shell-shocked.

CFO Ruth Porat recalled the shock and horror as the election results came in – almost breaking down into tears as she recalled the night.

The other founders spoke about the atmosphere of fear, and rattled off a number of minority groups they delusionally think are now under siege because Hillary Clinton lost the election.

At one point a virtue-signaling effeminately-voiced employee rambled on about white privilege and oppression to an agreeing audience. “Speaking to white men, there’s an opportunity right now to understand your privilege in this society. Take the opportunity to go through the bias-busting training, read about privilege, read about the real history of oppression in this country.”

This leaked footage comes right after a leaked email showed that a senior Google employee deployed the company’s resources to increase voter turnout in ways that she thought would help Hillary Clinton. The employee was Google’s former head of multicultural marketing, Eliana Murillo, and it was forwarded by two Google vice presidents to more staffers throughout the company. Google had previously been accused of altering search results to benefit Hillary during the election.

It’s been recently discovered that Google search results lead searchers to left-leaning sources on hot button issues 96% of the time.

Big tech is clearly weaponizing their influence against the political right – and Congress is noticing. House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy said that “an invite [to Congress]” was in store for Google to answer questions about their aim to “stop Trump.”

While some on the Right have warmed up to more extreme ideas like nationalizing tech giants such as Google, Facebook, and Twitter, making social media giants wards of the State is a horrible idea for numerous reasons – the first being that it’s not conservative – and the second being that the Left would just be able to weaponize those companies again the next time they hold the majority in Congress or hold the Presidency.

While platforms like Google, Facebook, Twitter, and others may seem invincible, never forget how quickly platforms rise and fall. Facebook’s precursor, MySpace, was sold for $580 million in 2005 and valued at $12 billion at their peak…. only to be worth only $35 million by 2011. Nothing is preventing conservatives from developing our own social media platforms and networks – which is already happening to some extent. The free-speech oriented social network “Gab” has seen a surge in traffic since the banning of Alex Jones, and other free speech controversies surrounding the tech giants.

Creating an alternative to Google’s search engine would be nearly impossible, given that “googling” is now practically synonymous with “looking up” in our vocabulary. Larry Kudlow has said that the Trump administration is looking into regulating the algorithm that dictates search results, to prevent politically biased results. Google has denied that any bias exists within their search results, but the evidence suggests otherwise.