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American Thinker
American Thinker
24 Feb 2024
Andrea Widburg

NextImg:J.D. Vance is right: Google is a dangerous trust, and it needs to be busted

Google’s motto used to be “Don’t be evil.” Tellingly, in 2018, two years after Trump won the presidential election, at which time Google went into mourning, Google erased those words from its ethos. Now, it has a free hand to do evil and, staffed by malignant, leftist, narcissistic ideologues, it’s going full speed ahead. Most recently, it used Google’s Gemini AI program to erase whites from the world. J.D. Vance is right that Google is a dangerous trust that must be busted.

Although this is a site for the written word, sometimes spoken analyses, complete with visuals, do a better, more efficient job. When it comes to Gemini, the program through which Google fully exposes its hard-left Utopianism, you cannot do better than Matt Walsh’s presentations.

In this first video, he tracked down the self-loathing white woman (clearly a sponge-like repository for every D.I.E. trope taught in academia) who guides Gemini’s moral vision:

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In this second video, in the opening monologue, Walsh clearly explains the secret behind Gemini’s results: It’s not that it tells its AI programming to favor results without whites. Instead, it secretly edits the user’s prompts to force outcomes that erase whites:

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I strongly urge you to watch both videos to understand what’s happening.

If Google were just one among many tech companies, this wouldn’t matter too much but, as Walsh notes regarding Google’s wealth, it’s not. It’s significantly greater than that. Here are a few interesting statistics about Google making it clear that Google is the most powerful source of information in the world: It’s visited almost 90 billion times per month, generating about 8.5 billion searches per day, and accounts for almost 92% of the whole world’s searches.

It’s not just Google searches, of course. Google infiltrates everything because, frankly, its products are good. Androids, which are way cheaper than iPhones, operate on Google. Other omnipresent products include Gmail, Ads, YouTube, Shopping, Travel, Blogger, Calendar, Drive (Docs, Sheets, Slides, etc.), Analytics, Workspace, and more. And all of them are really good products with remarkably intuitive user interfaces and efficient backends.

These amazing products also collect endless data from us and, whenever possible, slant our acts and thinking in a Utopian leftist direction. (As a reminder, leftist Utopianism gave us the French Revolution, the Russian Revolution, Naziism, Maoism, and the leftist hellscapes of Pol Pot’s Cambodia, Castro’s Cuba, and Chavez’s and Maduro’s Venezuela, to name but a few.) Indeed, we’ve long known that Google censors and slants search results, making it almost impossible to locate information on conservative-leaning sites.

Another interesting fact about Google is that its workforce, from the top down, is progressive. In 2020, 88% of its employees donated to Democrat candidates. (Netflix, by the way, had a 98% rate of Democrat donations, Apple had an 84% rate, and Facebook came in at “only” 77%.) This political worldview operates at a visceral level. Google employees are the kind of people who need therapy when their candidate loses an election.

Senator J.D. Vance (R-OH) understands exactly what Google is. It’s a monopolistic trust that, through a variety of different products, operates with a single goal: To manipulate information to remake the American mind and American values:

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More than 100 years ago, progressives, led by Teddy Roosevelt and William Howard Taft, busted trust. Now, progressives are the trusts, and they’re infinitely more dangerous than large oil companies were. The oil companies wanted to get rich, but Google wants to rule the world.

Image by Andrea Widburg.