The mainstream media wants us all to believe that the 2016 election was subverted by approximately $100,000 in Facebook ads for T-shirts and hats that some Russians were selling. Yes, that $100 grand overwhelmed the $646 million raised by Donald Trump and the $1.2 billion raised by Hillary Clinton’s campaign. (Hillary also received approximately $4 trillion in fawning media coverage, but we’ll leave that out.)
Tucker Carlson raises a great question. If that $100,000 in Facebook ads was such a danger, shouldn’t we be concerned about the tech monopolies that control virtually ALL of the information we have access to online?
To prove his point, Carlson revealed an exclusive email obtained by his program. It turns out, Google executives were actively working – in secret and without reporting its actions to the Federal Election Commission – to try to help Hillary Clinton defeat Donald Trump.
Google used its company resources to try to increase voter turnout among Hispanics. That is, by the way, legally considered a political contribution by the FEC. Google even acknowledges this in the email by calling its actions a “silent donation.”
The head of Google’s multicultural marketing department sent the email just one day after the election in 2009. So, what did Google do?
Google colluded directly with Voto Latino, a get-out-the-vote organization that provided rides to Hispanics on Election Day. This was entirely done to try to drum up more votes for Hillary. It was also illegal and done in secret, but hey.
Check out the secret email from Google executives below for all the details on this pro-Hillary scam.