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Leaked Video Shows Google Execs LOSING IT Over Trump Victory

Google and other major tech companies like them have recently been insistent that there is no political bias within their company or their product. These claims run counter to all of the evidence of conservative censorship on their platforms, but they are claims that Google has stuck by nonetheless.

Now, though, it may have just become even more difficult for Google to defend the claim that they are not politically biased. Recently, Breitbart got ahold of a tape from Google that was recorded directly after the 2016 election. The tape showed an internal meeting between some of Google’s highest-ranking executives. During this meeting, Google executives bemoaned the fact that President Trump had been elected, at one point referring to it as a “problem” that needs to be fixed. They then go on to briefly say that Google will have a role in fixing that problem.

This is deeply disturbing from a company that almost single-handedly controls the information that the vast majority of Americans access online. This type of power is something that should be in only the most unbiased, honest hands – something that Google has proven themselves not to be.

To see clips from the Google video for yourself and to hear Ben Shapiro’s take on it, be sure to check out the video below.

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