Biden, Big Tech, Elections, Politics

Shocking Revelation: Did Google Manipulate 6 Million Votes for Biden?

Our democracy is often portrayed as a sacred institution by the corporate state media, with the idea that it’s the ultimate end rather than a means to an end. However, this narrative seems to have exceptions, especially when a candidate with the potential to challenge the technocratic ruling class emerges.

Robert Epstein, director of the American Institute for Behavioral Research and Technology (AIBRT), has conducted a quantitative analysis of Google’s search engine manipulation. His findings suggest that Google added six million votes to Joe Biden’s tally in the 2020 election, a potentially election-altering influence. Epstein’s decades of research have highlighted the undue influence of big tech on various aspects of social life, including the democratic process.

Epstein’s work has shed light on Google’s manipulation tactics, such as search term suggestions and curated search engine results, both influenced by Google’s ideological preferences. These tactics are often apparent to anyone who compares Google searches with those on non-compromised search engines like DuckDuckGo.

In a recent interview with “The Jimmy Dore Show,” Epstein referred to an obscure section of Dwight Eisenhower’s famous “military-industrial complex” speech. Eisenhower warned of the rise of a “scientific-technological elite” capable of covertly manipulating public discourse and policy without public awareness.

In conclusion, while democracy is celebrated, it appears that it can be susceptible to manipulation by powerful tech companies. Epstein’s research highlights the need for vigilance and transparency in preserving the integrity of our democratic processes.

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