Tucker Carlson Exclusive: Google Executive Emailed Intent to Manipulate 2016 Election…

Fox News host Tucker Carlson revealed an explosive email last night revealing that a senior Google executive deployed the company’s resources to increase voter turnout in ways she believed would help Clinton win the election.

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119 Responses to Tucker Carlson Exclusive: Google Executive Emailed Intent to Manipulate 2016 Election…

  1. DanO64 says:

    Thanks SD. 600 days.

    Liked by 16 people

  2. The Devilbat says:

    Google needs to be broken up.

    Liked by 26 people

    • Matthew Musson says:

      Google needs to be fined by the Federal Election Commission and Mario should be criminally charged.

      Liked by 22 people

      • SwampRatTerrier says:

        Seize ALL their assets and Lock them up.

        They have been PURE EVIL for far too long.

        Liked by 9 people

      • thinkthinkthink says:

        Most of us could never identify the hundreds of thousands of ways that the big players own, run, and manipulate the internet.

        Even if you avoid gmail, do you send email to others? Maybe it says you are sending an email to _myfriend@friendsdomain.com_ when in fact your friend is using goo.lag to manage their domain/email for them. What did you send them? Your mailing address for shipping a present? You just gave it to the goo.lag.

        But maybe you are smarter than that and don’t give your personally identifying info in emails. Do you what technology is under the hood when you purchase products online? The people who set up eCommerce are thinking about making sure their stuff works. Who provides reliable infrastructure? Answer: big tech. Most likely any eCommerce you use has at the very least hooks to goo.lag analytics products. This means that your order information is passing through many hands.

        Some things are beyond our control. This can make us feel small. Which can fuel a lot of wasted energy. When considering all of the options, only you can decide, are you going to opt out of the value of connectivity even if it is run by those who can play the part of gods? If you do, at what cost to your time, money, and influence?

        This is yet another area of our lives where our awareness of our smallness can inspire us to invite our Creator into these domains. When I choose to invite the Good Lord into the infrastructures, domains, and resources that touch me every day, am I not elaborating the prayer given to us by our Savior?

        Thy Kingdom Come, Thy Will Be Done.
        In every layer of infrastructure and technology in our world today.
        In the Name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth.

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      • hanna693 says:

        Since day one I have had nothing to do with google. I do a web search, I do not ‘google’ it. They already manipulated the word to be said by many people when they are searching on the web. They are evil and too powerful. They are also developing software for China to assist them with websites in China that ban their citizens.

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    • Nope2GOPe says:

      Things are to the point where we absolutely must do something to stop the corporate takeover of our elections. Google, Twitter, Facebook, YouTube etc…

      The vitriol and venom spewed on our President’s twitter page is appalling, and yet the censorship continues to increase.

      We are on a very slippery slope, and this needs to be addressed before it’s too late.

      Thank God for President Tump. I pray that the swamp can be drained and protections can be put in place to insure that this kind of thing doesn’t happen again.

      Liked by 6 people

      • Republicans in Congress had better get off their duffs and get this done! Why are we paying these useless fools if they get so little accomplished to assist our great President?

        Liked by 2 people

        • MelH says:

          Mark Warner has taken it upon himself to write the bill that censors participants in Social Media. Knowing him, who among us could write something that doesn’t end up with people like him writing the parameters? I’ve tried, and failed. Free speech is what President said means free speech; the good, the bad, and the ugly, ALL of it. We need to be able to punish those who take it upon themselves to label speech at all and block it from being heard. Twitter has a stunning variety of ways to censor Conservatives.it’s unconstitutional so why can’t we sue and shut them down?


      • ThingsWeTakeForGranted says:

        Corporate take over – add MSM to that group.

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    • dd_sc says:

      People need to quit using it. There are alternatives, some of which do not use Google analyitics either.

      Liked by 2 people

    • TJ says:

      That’s what Alex Jones said, when he led an insurgency against the MSM/MSSM(main stream social media) in D.C. last week. Looks like there was an FTC investigation in 2011.

      Orrin Hatch Asks FTC To Investigate Google For Antitrust Violations
      The FTC investigated Google’s practices in 2011, but despite the FTC Bureau of Competition actually recommending an antitrust lawsuit be filed against Google, federal authorities dropped the case.

      Alex Jones Drains the Swamp – Full DC Press Conference

      Gulag reminds me of what happened to Yahoo(curated/limited/indexed/manipulated results), when they purchased AltaVista, the “google” of the 20th century, to compete against them.


  3. Sylvia Avery says:

    Suspicions confirmed. I’m going to retire my tin foil hat. I give up. No matter how outrageous things sound or how far out there they all turn out to be true. (Or at least almost all of them.) I’ve been refusing to use Google for years just because their business model offended my sensibilities. I didn’t like the data collection, and I was suspicious of their shady search results. But this! There must be something they have done that they can be prosecuted for…. And let’s break up that behemoth!

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    • Daniel says:

      Google accounts are free. They are used for a variety of things. They are convenient. So use it as much as you like! Just create and use multiple accounts and don’t let them know who you are. We used to call them throw-away email accounts, now they are throw-away identities.

      The point is, they know about you based on what you do with them. So control that knowing they aren’t getting the good stuff.

      This may violate their terms of service. But they already violate our sensibilities.

      I have been aware of this for a very long time and awareness is the key because it enables you to limit your exposure. What Google knows about me is that I’m interested in culture, playing certain games and I like old TV shows. They know little else and it’s not particularly useful. I have other accounts… I use other vendors and other resources too. I use those for other, very distinct purposes. A lot of activity compartments never contaminate others. That is by design and I’ve been doing this for decades.

      The result is my name does not show up in important searches. It does if you search for my ex-wife but that trail dies off about 20 years ago. Again, awareness of the flow of information is key. And you can make them think anything you want them to think about you or any of your other identities. It’s fun in some ways to play games with their dossier system. They aren’t as smart as they think they are but that doesn’t matter.

      You don’t have to be the smartest person to do this. You just have to be smarter than they are. And believe me, you probably are smarter than they are.

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      • steph_gray says:

        Agree! I have to use FaceBook for my music networking.

        Therefore, I make sure it thinks all I care about is that, cats, gardening, and geeky grammar jokes.

        Recently someone mentioned a way you can check what FB thinks your politics are. Probably because of where I live, it thinks I’m a DimCrat, because I’ve never given it any opposing evidence.

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      • Daniel- THANKS for posting, love your idea. Is there any any to delete the info they already have on you? Before I realized how bad things are, I gave them A. LOT of valuable info that I shudder to think about them having.

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        • Steve says:

          Seneca, I think dying or heading off in a space ship to the Crab Nebula might do it. But maybe not even that!

          Liked by 3 people

          • Deplorable_Infidel says:

            “dying or heading off in a space ship to the Crab Nebula might do it.”

            Actually, if your saved by 1 Cor. 15:3,4 than in God’s view you are already up there (positionally-not experientially)

            Ephesians 2:6 And hath raised us up together, and made us sit together in heavenly places in Christ Jesus:

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        • singular says:



          • singular says:

            Seneca, you can go to “google my activity” and remove history, then change their privacy settings so it doesn’t track your activity. Then I use a different search engine like start page, which gets google results without all the tracking, and startpage has privacy settings, and I have made it my home page. Duck duck go is another good search engine, and there are others. However, for reasons too hard to explain, I am still using gmail, which is google, and I intend to stop doing that.

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            • MelH says:

              I too use Duck duck Go, but someone here recently mentioned they go through Google, which is the case with MANY sites. At the bottom of my screen, I watch when i click on a URL, because you can see where the link has to travel through to get to its’ destination. I’m always surprised at how many times i see Google as one of sites on the route.


              • singular says:

                I may be wrong, but I think there are filters so it doesn’t allow google to track you to your ip address or collect info on you. I may be wrong. They just collect the info. I know startpage doesn’t use cookies to track you, even though it has google searches, then there is ixquick which does not use google at all and also does not use cookies to track you.


                • MelH says:

                  Logging on tonight, I noticed Goggle is on the route to get here, which I think makes WordPress responsible because they host this blog. Or am I wrong?


                • MelH says:

                  I used ixquick in the past and then lost track of the name. I will try them again because I remember being satisfied with them.


              • Lindenlee says:

                You can also use Startpage.com. I don’t think it uses Google. Been using it for ages.


        • Seneca, for email get a free account with protonmail, No personal information is required to create email account, they don’t keep IP logs. All emails are secured automatically with end-to-end encryption so they don’t read your emails and encrypted emails cannot be shared with third parties.


        • Daniel says:

          I have been operating this way for a long time but I neglected to mention some very important details which are actually critical to this style of use. I run only web browsers which allow me to block things. Ads a primary but there are others as well. I use adblock but I also use noscript.

          This site is actually very clean in terms of information sharing. But nearly every site has connections to Google (because they want to be listed on top of searches) and google-analytics is a frequent offender. That must be blocked. (There are other ways to block this without specific addons as well and I could go into detail on how to do this if asked)

          Sometimes there are other degrees of separation which are helpful and convenient. I have a friend who does a lot of buying and selling. Some of the sites which support these activities have ridiculous requirements. For that I have prescribed a virtual machine dedicated to that activity and no other activity.

          The biggest ongoing threat is information sharing and tracking by advertisers and others. When you visit a web site, you are exchanging data with multiple sites at the same time. Presently, for example, just to work within this site, external domains include:
          doubleclick.net, facebook.com, google.com, gravatar.com gstatic.com, pinterest.com, pubmine.com, twimg.com, twitter.com, wordpress.com, wp.com and youtube.com.

          I have some blocked and others enabled. Some are enabled at different times and disabled the rest of the time. I do it so often I don’t even think about it. But the fact is, for most people, it’s “too complicated” or “too much trouble.”

          People say you should never google your own name. It’s true. It’s an emotional shocker of you’re not doing what I do. But I also do not walk naked in public in the real world. For a nudist, wearing all of these complicated clothes is tedious and annoying. For people who want to eat, cooking and cleaning are important for health… but so complicated…. is it worth it?

          The point is, I do no use “the raw internet.” And neither should anyone else.

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    • SwampRatTerrier says:

      We are all Alex Jones now.

      Liked by 6 people

    • Kristin says:


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    • The Phantom Stranger says:

      Google visited Obama’s White House more than any other entity or corporation. Executives moves back and forth between Google and Hillary’s campaign.

      Liked by 1 person

  4. wheatietoo says:

    Hmm…Tucker didn’t say how he got that Google email.

    He only said, “An email, obtained exclusively by this show, reveals that a senior Google employee…”

    Great timing, though!
    Kudos to Tucker for being the catcher and airing it on his show.

    I hope this will be the first of many revelations that show how Google and the other Big Tech companies have been acting as DNC operatives, to sway our elections for the Dems.

    This could be one of the reasons why Eric Schmidt left Google so abruptly.
    I think that more will come out about that, too.

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    • The Boss says:

      Tucker could have been sitting on this email since late 2016 for all we know. Timing is everything. The time is right. Looking forward to a Trump tweet about this today or tomorrow.

      Also, this very likely explains why Google never sent an executive to testify in Congress with Facebook and Twitter last week. If Tucker was asking questions about the email, Google’s lawyers panicked, knowing of the congressional inquiry.

      For any Congress people worth a crap who lurk here, may I suggest subpoenas to an open hearing? Don’t take no for an answer and don’t negotiate. Send US Marshals if you must to drag these SOBs in front of the cameras.

      Liked by 17 people

    • jeans2nd says:

      Did you know Steve Hilton’s wife was a really big shot at Google and now works for Fakebook? The Hiltons have really big money, too, for wife having worked at Google. Hilton explained this a few weeks ago when Hilton included the Google founder in Hilton’s “Swamp Watch” segment.

      Things that make you go hmmm…

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      • wheatietoo says:

        Thanks, Jeans…I didn’t know that.

        And yeah, hmmm…that’s an interesting tidbit.

        I haven’t known quite what to make of Steve Hilton.
        Sometimes he says things that put me right off of him…then other times he says things that are spot on.

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      • Ditch Mitch says:

        Jeans, that explains a lot. He was bashing away at Wilburne for months for not disclosing ownership of investments that could be conflict of interest. Wilburne explained away those issues many times. Confirms the Hiltons are globalists.

        Wheatie, now you and I know what to make of Steve. My guess, he was put in place as a counter to Nigel.

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    • Steve says:

      I can just imagine the conversation at Gitmo
      Construction worker: That’s it boss. We’ve just put the paint on the last of the new cell blocks. We’ll be heading off back to the US now
      Construction chief (blushing, bashful): Yeah, er, well that might have to wait! Seems like we haven’t finished just yet. Now (staring around him, rubbing chin), where on Earth are we going to fit in another dozen cells?
      construction worker(smiling ruefully): Ok, boss. I guess I’d better let my wife know….

      Coming up next: A conversation between two janitors at the Military Tribunals office…

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    • MelH says:

      Isn’t he referring to the Wiki leaks letter from the Sanford woman (sorry, i forget her name) who is a head honcho, writing to Hillary to tell her she will do as much as she can to support Hillary’s campaign, BESIDES the giant financial donation she had already given? Sheryl Sanford? Might be, i can see her in my mins eye but can’t see her name.


      • agentcommonsense says:

        Sarah Sanders… She also said some pretty creepy things in that email.. Like ” I spent some time with our first female President and she was MAGICAL with my kids ”



        • MelH says:

          Yes, that was the person I’m talking about Sheryl Sandberg ! Sorry I got it wrong before. Not Sarah Sanders, the one who puts up with the reporters at the WH daily.

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  5. Daniel says:

    Social media is media. Internet media is media.

    Google is absolutely too large and too political. Amazon is too. There must be a response to this. What they did was actually in violation of laws associated with campaigns. Are we going to see prison time for these people the way they did D’Souza? It would seem fair wouldn’t it? They set the standard, after all.

    It becomes increasingly clear why there have been some significant resignations.

    How did this information come to Tucker Carlson? That wasn’t quite made clear.

    This is more gradual red-pilling in preparation for the yuge changes coming. Before the changes, people must be mentally and emotionally prepared to accept them.

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  6. Cuppa Covfefe says:

    From the article “Google Is Not What It Seems” ( https://wikileaks.org/google-is-not-what-it-seems/ )
    In this extract from his new book “When Google Met Wikileaks”, WikiLeaks’ publisher Julian Assange describes the special relationship between Google, Hillary Clinton and the State Department — and what that means for the future of the internet.

    The first couple of paragraphs are quite revealing, especially considering the article and book cover the period from 2011 to 2014.
    Eric Schmidt is an influential figure, even among the parade of powerful characters with whom I have had to cross paths since I founded WikiLeaks. In mid-May 2011 I was under house arrest in rural Norfolk, about three hours’ drive northeast of London. The crackdown against our work was in full swing and every wasted moment seemed like an eternity. It was hard to get my attention. But when my colleague Joseph Farrell told me the executive chairman of Google wanted to make an appointment with me, I was listening.

    In some ways the higher echelons of Google seemed more distant and obscure to me than the halls of Washington. We had been locking horns with senior US officials for years by that point. The mystique had worn off. But the power centers growing up in Silicon Valley were still opaque and I was suddenly conscious of an opportunity to understand and influence what was becoming the most influential company on earth. Schmidt had taken over as CEO of Google in 2001 and built it into an empire.

    I was intrigued that the mountain would come to Muhammad. But it was not until well after Schmidt and his companions had been and gone that I came to understand who had really visited me.
    * * *
    The stated reason for the visit was a book. Schmidt was penning a treatise with Jared Cohen, the director of Google Ideas, an outfit that describes itself as Google’s in-house “think/do tank.” I knew little else about Cohen at the time. In fact, Cohen had moved to Google from the US State Department in 2010. He had been a fast-talking “Generation Y” ideas man at State under two US administrations, a courtier from the world of policy think tanks and institutes, poached in his early twenties. He became a senior advisor for Secretaries of State Rice and Clinton. At State, on the Policy Planning Staff, Cohen was soon christened “Condi’s party-starter,” channeling buzzwords from Silicon Valley into US policy circles and producing delightful rhetorical concoctions such as “Public Diplomacy 2.0.” On his Council on Foreign Relations adjunct staff page he listed his expertise as “terrorism; radicalization; impact of connection technologies on 21st century statecraft; Iran.”
    (End Quote)
    The article is stunning, even though somewhat dated. It reveals the evil relationships between the high-tech and social-media world with the swamp in Washington D.C: and elsewhere. Data demons, one might say.

    Even the footnotes have a wealth of information, and are well worth the read.

    “Do No Evil”.
    Bah, Humbug, Eric. And that’s “not a feature”…

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  7. jsteele9 says:

    There is no doubt that Google is politically active as Tucker stated so convincingly.

    After I saw this, I googled “Donald Trump.”

    In 133 results total over 14 pages only, there was not one article from Fox News or CTH etc. The liberal Hill was the closest. Trump’s twitter account and a Wiki site came up but EVERY other site was a nasty negative hit piece on Trump with CNN being the most prominent. Long after the usual suspects like CNN, MSNBC, NYT etc appeared, even the CBC made it onto Page 11 but not Fox or any other Conservative site came up. (Deliberate censorship and exclusion)

    Big (biased liberal) Brother and obedient sister are here and they are determined and power hungry without a doubt.

    34 years after Orwell’s Dystopian novel 1984 predicted the Big Party will control everything, we have a different Dystopia where the social media giants are trying their best to gain control of the minds of the people so they all think as one and all vote for the same party and leader-the Dem party and their chosen one.

    These communication monopolies are now without a doubt, a serious danger to freedom and democracy and as Tucker constantly said earlier, Congress doesn’t care.

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    • GB Bari says:

      Jsteele9 – I have no doubts your results were weak on conservative sites and especially CTH. Yes, Gurgle is despicably biased Left.

      But the main reason for your particular results is that few if any Treepers including Sundance EVER refer to our president using only his first and last name. I can’t recall seeing that naming convention used on hardly any conservative site I read. I think that’s why your results may have been skewed.

      Now try googling “VSGPDJT” or “PDJT.” The results will be significantly different from your first search.

      PS – I never use Gurgle for all the political reasons cited here plus its penchant for tracking every aspect of our lives and internet activity.


    • MelH says:

      But President Trump cares and he mentioned, a few weeks ago, the preponderance of negative hits when he googled his own name. it’s his job to make congress care?


      • jsteele9 says:

        Agreed Me1H.

        If a political neophyte decided to look up Trump’s history or personal info etc, they would likely enter his name like we do for anyone else we want to know about. There is no way in a fair and balanced system that the results should be that skewed unless they are rigged which they are beyond any reasonable doubt.

        Fox news articles and anything positive were deliberately blacklisted by Big Brother, I mean by “Big Google” as were every other Conservative site.

        Tucker’s efforts in uncovering this political manipulation are long overdue and Kudos to him and his Fox staff.

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    • dd_sc says:

      Run the same search on duckduckgo and searX and compare results.

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  8. citizen817 says:

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  9. daughnworks247 says:

    Is it my imagination or is this timed perfectly for a DOJ investigation already underway?

    Liked by 3 people

  10. JX says:

    When is the FEC investigation into this “silent donation”?

    Liked by 5 people

  11. Pat Frederick says:

    did anyone else think it odd that Carlson didn’t show the email? I want to read the whole thing myself…being told little bits and pieces makes me suspicious.

    Liked by 2 people

  12. TwoLaine says:

    My cable provider is censoring Fox again.

    Liked by 2 people

  13. getfitnow says:

    Tucker Carlson will be appearing in the Oakland, CA, 10/16.


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  14. amwick says:

    I am distracted right now, but I watched Tucker this morning.. Another 900 lb gorilla.
    The story is that this is not a story, anywhere except on his show..
    I don’t use google to search, but it does creep into my life. I have a tablet, my husband has a tablet, there are some email accounts (I don’t use mine)… there is google maps and google earth..
    It is like trying to avoid dust. Look at the air in your house, when a bright beam of sunlight hits all those particles… and you just see it.

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  15. JAS says:

    Obama was given a ton of Google client information as well. This though is the first smoking gun.

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  16. PS says:

    My favorite nugget:

    “In the end, Google was disappointed. As Mario herself conceded “ultimately after all was said and done, the Latino community did come out to vote, and completely surprised us. We never anticipated that 29% of Latinos would vote for Trump. No one did. -Tucker Carlson”

    It’s the same overconfidence problem that Hillary herself had — minorities are voting bloc commodities locked into the Democrat party, because we tell them to vote for us. But Trump is breaking all the traditions. That’s the funny thing about freedom, and simple things like having a job, supporting a family, money in the pocket. Every human wants that, regardless of color or background.

    Or as a famous man once said, It’s the economy, stupid!

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    • scrap1ron says:

      The Lord has a delicious sense of humor, no?

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    • steph_gray says:

      Also, VSGPDJT’s Hispanic support has likely only increased, since his policies have shot their employment to an all-time high, correct?

      I am speaking of course of those who came to this country legally. From what I’ve heard they understandably are not fond of those who jump the line.

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      • covfefe999 says:

        I agree with you. I’ll bet the number of hispanic Trump supporters has increased significantly. More jobs, better conditions for small businesses, tax cut, stock market is up, Obamacare penalty was trashed. And I think it might be safe to say that most of them do not want illegals pouring over the border. I think the Puerto Ricans in particular, who are US citizens, do not support illegals.

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  17. John says:

    Knowing this, now understand that many colleges and universities use Google’s entire suite of products to ‘save’ money…selling the kids’ identities…

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  18. covfefe999 says:

    We combat this by maintaining the GOP majority in the House and Senate in the fall, and by the GOP directly targeting hispanics and blacks, “here’s what we have been doing for you (insert info about jobs, economy, stock market, small businesses, etc) and here’s how things are going to be even better if you vote for us”. .Dems cheat, but cheating doesn’t make a better life for hispanics and blacks. A good economy does.

    And it’s time to regulate Google, facebook, and twitter.

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  19. Cankles Clinton says:

    Now let’s get Corey the Clown Spartacus, Squats With Unions and all the other D wits running for president to endorse Googles actions on record.

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  20. youme says:

    Google and Mastercard Cut a Secret Ad Deal to Track Retail Sales in Stores

    For the past year, select Google advertisers have had access to a potent new tool to track whether the ads they ran online led to a sale at a physical store in the U.S. That insight came thanks in part to a stockpile of Mastercard transactions that Google paid for.

    But most of the two billion Mastercard holders aren’t aware of this behind-the-scenes tracking. That’s because the companies never told the public about the arrangement.


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    • simicharmed says:

      Great observation! I noticed this tracking practice recently with Walmart Stores/Online.

      When logged into my Walmart account, I select “Reorder Items” – in addition to items I have purchased online, it shows every item I had purchased in their store(s) too.

      I purchased a couple items, just this morning, from the local Walmart store. I’m logged into my Walmart account right now and it shows those same items now under “Reorder Items”.


  21. FairTaxguy60 says:

    Over the past few days, I have divested all of my 401(k) holdings of any mutual funds that have Google (Alphabet), Facebook, or Twitter in the fund. Everyone here should do the same.

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  22. Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

    Should probably deal with Goggle-Skynet before it’s too late.

    They must not be allowed to buy up all competition.

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  23. youme says:

    Taking a look at Amazon:

    Language buried in Section 801 of the House-passed version of the National Defense Authorization Act, which is being hashed out in a conference committee with the Senate, would move Defense Department purchases of commercial off-the-shelf products to “online marketplaces.” Theoretically, that means any website that offers an array of options for paper clips or office furniture; in reality that signals likely dominance for Amazon Business, the company’s commercial sales platform.

    Section 801 stipulates that the program should be designed “to enable Government-wide use of such marketplaces.” Scale, then, is key. Over time, this change would give platforms like Amazon access to all $53 billion in federal government commercial item purchases.

    “It seems like Amazon wrote it,” said Stacy Mitchell of the Institute for Local Self-Reliance, which has written critical reports about Amazon in the past. “It will accelerate the transfer of more and more government spending to Amazon.”

    The online marketplace provision, which still has to get through a House-Senate conference, coincides with a significant ramp-up for Amazon Business, which only launched in 2015. Last week, the company introduced Amazon Business Prime, a $499 membership that comes with free two-day shipping for its business-to-business products. The announcement tanked the stock prices of its main industrial supply competitors, Fastenal and W.W. Grainger.

    Amazon Business has already surpassed 1 million customers and $1 billion in sales. Its business-to-business growth made up part of its 34 percent revenue increase in the last quarter. But federal procurement is the holy grail,the lucrative market to tap. Perhaps that’s why, for the head of Amazon Business’s public sector division, the company hired Anne Rung, who ran the Office of Management and Budget’s Office of Federal Procurement Policy until fall 2016. This made Rung effectively the top purchasing officer in the United States.


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  24. mickjt says:

    So where is Mueller investigating the Tech Giants for COLLUSION to INFLUENCE our ELECTIONS? (Answser: His eyes are full of Democrap Kool Aid and he can’t see…)

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  25. Zippy says:

    To extend the recent Google email “silent donation” to the Clinton campaign news, here’s some FAR more damning proof that everyone has apparently forgotten about. PASS IT AROUND:

    The stealthy, Eric Schmidt-backed startup that’s working to put Hillary Clinton in the White House
    October 09, 2015


    An under-the-radar startup funded by billionaire Eric Schmidt has become a major technology vendor for Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign, underscoring the bonds between Silicon Valley and Democratic politics.

    The Groundwork, according to Democratic campaign operatives and technologists, is part of efforts by Schmidt—the executive chairman of Google parent-company Alphabet—to ensure that Clinton has the engineering talent needed to win the election. And it is one of a series of quiet investments by Schmidt that recognize how modern political campaigns are run, with data analytics and digital outreach as vital ingredients that allow candidates to find, court, and turn out critical voter blocs.

    Research Proves Google Manipulates Autocomplete Suggestions to Favor Clinton
    12 Sep 2016

    In this exclusive report, distinguished research psychologist Robert Epstein explains the new study and reviews evidence that Google’s search suggestions are biased in favor of Hillary Clinton. He estimates that biased search suggestions might be able to shift as many as 3 million votes in the upcoming presidential election in the US.


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  26. cali says:

    Google went all in for HRC in 2016 and changed their algorithm to assist and even manipulate online voting numbers. We recently also learned that Google is a CIA/deep state outfit entirely controlled by them.
    Why do you think Google’s Eric Schmidt resigned on the same day when president Trump signed the EO about human rights violation and human trafficking? That day these critters were told that each one of them involved will see their assets frozen. Eric Schmidt was one of them!

    In all fairness Facebook did the same and aiding HRC to be elected. Correspondence between HRC campaign operatives and FB’s COO Cheryl Sandberg were published by WikiLeaks during the Podesta dump.

    Eric Schmidt could be seen in many settings with the Hillary campaign, he had back stage access regularly, meeting and election night awaiting returns.

    Here is what Eric Schmidt also did for the Hussein White house and HRC campaign in lieu of their masters of the deep state during 2016:

    Google’s Eric Schmidt, his daughter and 10 others accompanied former Senator Richardson travelled to North Korea and met with the young leader there. Google then set up their server there and assigned private gmail accounts for Obama and his administration, the state department and Hillary, the FBI and Mcabe/Comey and the DOJ department Lynch and Brennanetal. All of them had private gmail accounts as well as all were given a password to access these emails.

    The gmail accounts is how they all talked with each other secretly. The Russian collusion saga, HRC email saga, her and Obama’s espionage, Lynch’s or Comey, Kerry, Brennan and the rest of the coup plotters would access the gmail draft via their password, read the draft, make changes or write new ones. These emails were never sent.

    That is how they all secretly and covertly planned the coup against president Trump and white washed the treasonous activities of Obama et al and HRC et al as well as the CIA et al.

    The reason Google’s Eric Schmidt set his server up in NK was to avoid the NSA/Rogers and our military Intelligence. Or so they thought!!!

    Enter president Trump: Together with our military and his small trusted team contacted the young NK leader and his team via back channels. He learned that he had three deep state agents in his military units working in tandem with our deep state agents. There is much more and too long but in short the deep state agents in NK were confronted and removed.
    Our president, a small team of his inner circle and a small military white house intelligence team travelled to NK nearly one year PRIOR to the Singapore meeting – on 11 November 2017.

    They picked up the Google server that Eric Schmidt transplanted there as well as other info. A relationship based on co-operation and further negotiation ensued. All positive.
    The meeting in Singapore was simply to show of mutual respect and to top of the treaty with signatures that our president and his team negotiated on 11 November 2017 and subsequently put into motion during China’s visit in the Forbidden City.

    Now remember: Our president and our military intelligence as have the servers from: Benghazi, Awan and gang, Google’s server installed in NK, Weiner’s and Huma’s laptop, the DNC server and Hillary’s 2 servers.

    Our president and his team of intelligence officers in the white house have every server these bastards used to destroy this president and together all of us who support MAGA.

    Now you can see and understand how the slow walking into the public conscience is taking place and here it was Tucker Carlson giving us a piece to understand these plotters and their role.

    In the meantime we have @Sundance who never misses a thing keeping us on our toes.

    Thank you Sundance!

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    • GB Bari says:

      Interesting. Your source(s)?

      Liked by 2 people

      • Tereese says:

        Well for starters, Cali’s sources might partly maybe be, Wikileaks from the Podesta files…and pictures of Eric Schmidt in North Korea have been on the net for awhile now…FBI anon wrote about some of this on Reddit and Q posted a long time ago about all of this. But Cali probably put alot of research into that post by asking the question, “why doesn’t President Trump walk around like Eeyore? Somethings up!

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    • agentcommonsense says:

      OK this is the story I pick to believe and trust. THIS IS THE ONE.. WHY ? Because I cannot handle worrying about our President anymore, there is to much evil going on and I trust no one but his own family to show loyalty to him..

      Congress is a friggin sewer. Nikki Haley gets on my nerves and now for some reason I really like Lyndsey Graham.! ..BUT if I choose to take the story above as gospel I can now relax go about my biz, boppin around San Diego with a smile as I teach my dog to surf..

      I knew I needed a brain break and this above makes sense and it also lets me know our President has everything under control and the real investigations are going on with the military and the military court.

      Obama saying the Republican conspiracies about Benghazi and his birth was pretty damn revealing.. He got intel that they are going down because of Benghazi and icing on the cake is where he really was born..
      WHOOP !

      San Diego loves you President Trump

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    • MelH says:

      God Bless you Cali! RELIEF! HOPE! PHEW! We needed that right NOW! Many thanks!


    • singular says:

      Thank you, Cali.


  27. I watched this live last night with my mouth agape. Unreal! I loved that he started it off with the frenzy over Russian collusion that basically showed a handful of Facebook ads that nobody even saw. Russia is the problem? Heck no. The enemy is within. If you think Google isn’t a problem because you don’t use it or use it wisely, think of the millions of people who don’t know any better. Google pushes liberal content to the top and conservative content to the bottom. They may say they aren’t doing it, but if you have any knowledge of how SEO (Search Engine Optimization) works, you know better. There is a very deliberate way in which search results are provided and yes, it can and does have a HUGE influence on public opinion, and thus, elections.


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