Google insider leaks docs that include ‘news black list’ of popular conservative sites

James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas released on Wednesday internal documents leaked by a Google insider that seem to show the tech-giant could be breaking federal law.

This coming as the tech giants have all positioned themselves for what promises to be a tumultuous 2020 presidential election.

“This courageous young man leaked documents to Veritas that showed Google’s political agenda and an editorial bias — potentially evidence that Google is running amiss of their exemptions under Section 230 of the Communications and Decency Act,” Project Veritas said in a news release.

The documents include a “news black list site for google now,” which lists some of the most popular conservative websites on the internet — to include BizPac Review — that were reportedly being suppressed in Google’s online search results. Google Now is no longer a feature of Google.

Project Veritas shared some of the sites, and a link to the rest, on Twitter:

At the end of the list, there is a description that reads “sites flagged for peddling hoax stories.”

This coming from the liberal camp which reserves the right to decide what is and is not a “hoax.”

The Google insider was anonymous in a previous story, but Zachary Vorhies decided to go public after receiving a letter from Google, which suspected him of leaking information, and after Google allegedly called the police to perform a “wellness check” on him, according to Project Veritas.

“I felt that our entire election process was going to be compromised forever by this company that told the American public that it was not going to do any evil,” Vorhies told O’Keefe, in an interview shared Wednesday.

The senior software engineer said the public needs to understand what’s happening.

“I’m going to publish this information so that other people can see the system that Google has built in order to control the entire information landscape,” Vorhies said.

“It doesn’t matter whether you’re left or whether you’re right, when you see this, both sides are going to agree that this is wrong,” he added.

Vorhies said he hopes his actions produce a “Google Snowden moment,” where an internal engineer comes forward to “tell the world what you already know to be true.”

In a longer interview, Vorhies talked about “something dark and nefarious going on with the company,” explaining how coming forward was like having a burden lifted from his shoulders.

“And there’s people right now that are listening to this, that work inside Google and, and understand what I’m saying and agree with me and they feel tremendous guilt,” he told O’Keefe. “I want to talk to them and say, look, it’s okay.”

“I’ve been living with this like burden for three years, since 2016 when they started changing everything and you know, and to have that burden lifted off of my soul is — I’ve never felt happier or more at peace with myself than I have like right now.”

Tom Tillison


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