A few days ago, Breitbart released a video of a Google meeting in the wake of the 2016 election where the company executives and employees were despairing over Trump’s electoral victory, and discussing what they could do to oppose his agenda.
It turns out that this tape has been with the media for some time, but they have been covering it up to protect Google and the Democrats and to avoid helping Trump. Nolte excoriates them over this in his latest column:
And so, imagine for a moment you are in possession of video that uncovers a massive conspiracy at its genesis; video of a corporate executive meeting at one of the most powerful companies in the world as a plot is hatched to manipulate their product as a means to deceive the public as a means to control information as a means to control what people believe as a means to shape the outcome of elections.
It is not far-fetched to compare that scenario to the stuff of spy thrillers, to dystopian movies, to every true journalist’s wet dream. What you have is proof, actual proof, of the worst kind of corporate malfeasance — a game-changing story, something of consequence.
Now imagine living in a world where the media you count on for information, where the news outlets you turn to as means to consume news, hide this video, cover it up, spin it, or pretend it does not exist.
Well, you do live in that world — because that is exactly what CNN, the New York Times, and Fox Business did with the Google Tape.
Basically, because these outlets are so driven by something other than informing the public, the Google Tape — the smoking guns of all smoking guns — was hidden from new consumers.
Get this… The far-left New York Times had the Google Tape all the way back in March, had all 60-plus minutes of it, had a massive story in their hot little hands; and not just any story, a legitimate game changer, proof — video proof — of the kind of corporate malfeasance that is hard to believe when you see it in fiction.
Most conservatives have come to understand that there are two standards of treatment now; there is one reserved for liberals, who can regularly commit crimes and violate societal norms with near total impunity, and there is another standard for conservatives who are regularly pursued for non-crimes (such as Mike Flynn or George Papadopoulos) or have their jobs and social media accounts taken away if some influential liberal on Twitter doesn’t like what they say.
Had such a tape existed of a conservative organization or business, the tape would have been run every night for a week while the media demanded the organization’s owners be indicted and the management team be forced to resign. We all know, however, that nothing will happen to Google as they are above reproach.
Conservatives aren’t going to accept a society where we are second class citizens. This sort of thing is how we got Trump, and the more liberals continue to behave like petty dictators, the greater the backlash is going to be.