Although Donald Trump himself was cleared of “collusion” with the Russians in interfering with the 2016 election, the Russians themselves were not cleared. The evidence showed that there was Russian interference in terms of fake websites, inflammatory memes and other internet advertising tricks of the trade.
Experts disagree on how much actual influence this had on U.S. voters (most say very little but some dissent), but the Russians definitely showed their hand.
What about the 2020 election? It’s not too much to say that huge resources have been deployed from the U.S. intelligence community and the Pentagon’s Cyber Command to head off Russian and Chinese interference.
But what if the enemy is closer to home? This article is an exposé of efforts by senior executives at Google to rig the 2020 election against Donald Trump.
Google executive Jen Gennai was caught on video saying, “We all got screwed over in 2016… how do we prevent it from happening again?” She also said, “We’re… training our algorithms, like, if 2016 happened again… would the outcome be different?” She explains that Google needs to remain a giant company because only large companies have the resources needed for “preventing the next Trump situation.”
Trump should win anyway because the eggheads in Silicon Valley don’t understand him or his supporters. All of the algorithms in the world are not effective against something you don’t understand. The eggheads should get out more.
Still, just because they may not be successful does not mean they won’t try. When it comes to the integrity of the next election, don’t let the Russians keep you up at night. That honor belongs to Google.
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