University Study Shows Google’s Gmail In The 2020 Election Had Anti-Conservative Bias That Got Worse As Election Approached

A study performed by the Department of Computer Science at North Carolina State University revealed that Google had a material liberal-leaning bias in the 2020 Election.  

The day after the 2016 Presidential election the leadership team at Google was caught crying at a company-wide meeting with one exec saying “We lost.”

The Gateway Pundit previously reported after the 2016 election on Breitbart.com’s video showing Google execs crying like children after Hillary Clinton lost to Donald Trump at a company meeting.

We know that Big Tech is liberal-leaning and biased.  This is not a surprise to anyone.

The Gateway Pundit reported earlier on how Big Tech announced before the 2020 Election that it would make changes on election day in the 2020 presidential election and not allow a candidate to claim that he [Trump] won the election on that day or afterwards.

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Now a study performed by the Department of Computer Science at North Carolina State University shows evidence of Google’s liberal bias.  The study reports that Gmail “retained the majority of left-wing candidate emails in inbox while sent the majority of right-wing candidate emails to the spam folder.”  And, this got worse as the election approached.

Google bias in spam candidate emails

This is not surprising in this day of Big Tech and Big Media fascism where conservatives are constantly censored and their free speech rights destroyed and ignored by Big Tech.  It is long past due that these entities be held accountable for their damage to the country and to people’s individual rights.  This is just one more example of their unconstitutional actions.

 

 

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