Google Leaks Arguably More Important Than Twitter Files

In a posted thread reminiscent of the “Twitter Files,” an independent journalist called for Elon Musk to uncover more schemes concocted by Twitter as he reported on 2019 leaks surrounding Google’s election interference.

The journalist, whose online username is KanekoaTheGreat, was reportedly banned from Twitter until his account was restored by Musk. He posted a link to the platform Monday, featuring a September substack claiming that “Google Rigged The 2020 Election.” The writeup invoked a 2019 Project Veritas report in which the group met with Google insider Zachary Vorhies, who revealed almost a thousand pages of internal memos describing alleged censorship and coverups of conservative content.

“In 2019, 950 pages of Google’s internal documents leaked, providing evidence of Google’s use of blacklists and machine learning algorithms to censor conservatives and populists,” posted Kanekoa. “These are the type of source documents @elonmusk should release.”

Kanekoa highlighted Google’s mindblowing statistic of approximately 5.6 billion searches every day, making up roughly 90% of searches conducted on the web. YouTube is a close runner-up, receiving around 1 billion hours of video views on a daily basis.

“In other words, our minds, our political beliefs, and our world views are inseparably linked to Google’s search results,” Kanekoa alleged, “but Google is no longer an objective source of information, and the tech giant is actively censoring what we see.”

Vorhies, the previously mentioned Google insider, has claimed that Google intentionally manipulates the flow of information. As he stated in 2019, “I’m going to publish this information so that other people can see the system that Google has built in order to control the entire information landscape.” He added, “It doesn’t matter whether you’re left or whether you’re right, when you see this, both sides are going to agree that this is wrong.”

Kanekoa’s thread featured videos of prominent Google executives putting their political biases on blatant display, including a recording of co-founder Sergey Brin, who said he thought former President Donald Trump’s victory in the 2016 election was “deeply offensive.”

Another recording showed Google chief legal officer Kent Walker suggesting that Americans who supported Trump were driven by “fear,” “hatred,” and “xenophobia” while also pledging the company would combat the rise of “populism” and “nationalism.”

“In summary, @elonmusk should release source documents on blacklists and machine learning algorithms used to stifle free speech,” Kanekoa concluded on the over 20-part Twitter thread. “Giving access to an expert like @DrREpstein would help show the world how a handful of silicon-valley executives manipulate the minds of billions.”

For those interested, more on these revelations surrounding Google can be found here.