As we pull back the digital curtain, we find ourselves not just battling the Big Tech censorship of Social Media Giants, but the more insidious, manipulative puppet master lurking in the shadows – Google. With recent revelations, we’re shown a chilling glimpse of how this trillion-dollar behemoth is not just infringing on our privacy, but aggressively assaulting the impressionable minds of our children.
The Big, Bad Wolf of the Digital Era
Once upon a time, Google was the innocent shepherd of the internet, guiding us to answers, inspiration, and cat videos. Those halcyon days are no more, with evidence hinting at Google’s darker turn. In the vortex of our new normal, we’re circling a bleak truth.
This is no fairy tale.
Google is the big, bad wolf of our digital era, cloaked under the guise of an innocent search engine.
The spotlight of suspicion shines brightly on Dr. Robert Epstein, a maverick Californian Democrat, Harvard Ph.D., and research psychologist, who has uncovered the murky depths of Google’s Machiavellian tactics. His research shows the unnerving extent of Google’s power to mould collective thought, suppressing conservative voices while inflating liberal ideologies, even going so far as to manipulate election results to suit its political leanings.
Google’s denial rings hollow as the echo of a discarded promise.
Remember the infamous suppression of The Post’s Hunter Biden laptop stories?
That’s child’s play compared to the covert manipulation of an estimated 6 million votes favoring Joe Biden in the 2020 election, as alleged by Epstein. Google’s alleged crimes include algorithmic bias, slanted search results, and skewed voter outreach messages aimed primarily at Democrat voters.
Epstein’s preliminary findings take us further down this rabbit hole, revealing a more profound liberal bias in Google’s psychological operations, specifically targeted towards children through platforms like YouTube. The disturbing reality is that Google is shaping young minds, effectively programming the next generation to align with its views.
Consider the lay of the digital land.
Only 38% of video sources have a liberal bias, with the remainder evenly spread between conservative and centrist viewpoints.
Yet, YouTube inexplicably tips the scales, promoting a predominantly liberal perspective.
Google’s manipulation is a masterclass in subtlety, its search results and YouTube suggestions evaporating the moment you click, leaving no trace of the puppeteer pulling the strings.
This is the perfect crime, unnoticed and untraceable.
Epstein, however, has found a way to capture this elusive data. His method involves shadowing ‘field agents,‘ real users whose interactions with Google are tracked and analyzed. This system currently monitors over 7,500 voters and 1,600 children across the country, with plans to extend to 25,000 field agents of all ages and political leanings.
The Terrifying State of our Digital World
With a public dashboard, americasdigitalshield.org, set to launch before the 2024 election, Epstein aims to offer real-time tracking of bias across platforms like Google, YouTube, Facebook, and Bing. This initiative also promises estimates of potential vote shifts arising from detected biases.
Despite Google CEO Sundar Pichai’s promise that Google would remain unbiased, Epstein’s revelations suggest otherwise. Predominantly Democratic donations from employees at Google, YouTube, and parent company Alphabet hint at an underlying liberal agenda.
Leaked internal communications from 2016 and 2017 point to a clear partisan slant and plans to influence public opinion on pivotal issues like Trump’s travel bans.
Google may deny these allegations, but Epstein’s research portrays a sinister truth.
We must ask ourselves:
Is it conspiracy or a terrifying reality?
Are we living in an age where our online shepherd has turned into a voracious wolf?
Whether you’re a conspiracy theorist or a skeptic, there’s no denying that the digital landscape is shifting beneath our feet, pushing us to question, to investigate, and most importantly, to fight for a free and unbiased digital world.