Google and YouTube Have Long History of Working with Democrats — Then Ban Alex Jones and Infowars
Hillary Clinton and then CEO of Google, Eric Schmidt in 2016.
Google openly supported Barack Obama in 2012 and Hillary Clinton in the 2016 elections.
Google CEO Eric Schmidt and other Google top executives and engineers visited the Obama white house 430 times.
Researchers as SourceFed found that Google was actively altering search recommendations in favor of Hillary Clinton’s campaign.
Google’s YouTube regularly paused the livestream at the Trump rallies.
On Monday Facebook, Apple, YouTube and Spotify banned Infowars and Alex Jones from their platforms in a coordinated attack.
Google and Facebook employees overwhelmingly support Democrats.
And now they are doing their dirty work.
The Culture Chronicles reported:
With the banning of Alex Jones as well as his content from YouTube being removed, it forces one to look back into the cozy relationship Google and their executives have had with both Obama, Clinton, the DNC, and possibly other deep state entities.
Back in 2012, then CEO of Google Eric Schmidt teamed up with Obama. He started several technology start-ups, all of them with the intention of assisting the Obama campaign with data mining and leveraging Google’s expertise. One of those companies called The Groundwork would later become the main technology vendor to the Hillary Clinton campaign. The company used data mining and other Google technologies to target specific voters.
During that time, Eric Schmidt and other Google top executives and engineers visited the Obama white house 430 times. That would account for nearly weekly meetings between Google and Obama.
But, as leaked emails published by Wikileaks show, Schmidt was much more involved with the Clinton campaign than simply offering technology services.
In one leaked email exchange from Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta, Podesta writes the following about Schmidt:
“He’s ready to fund, advise recruit talent, etc. He was more deferential on structure than I expected. Wasn’t pushing to run through one of his existing firms. Clearly wants to be head outside advisor, but didn’t seem like he wanted to push others out. Clearly wants to get going. He’s still in DC tomorrow and would like to meet with you if you are in DC in the afternoon. I think it’s worth doing.”
From this it looks like Eric Schmidt was willing to offer whatever services the Clinton campaign asked for. This is much more than a CEO simply donating money to the campaign of their preferred candidate. Instead, this is showing 100% allegiance to one candidate and offering the services of the company he runs to assist the campaign. And then funneling it through new companies to keep everything as opaque as possible.