Google Laments All The Dummies That Didn’t Follow Their Instructions [VIDEO]

Google Laments All The Dummies That Didn’t Follow Their Instructions [VIDEO]

Google Laments All The Dummies That Didn’t Follow Their Instructions [VIDEO]

Poor Google. They just could not understand how on earth Donald Trump got elected in 2016. And company morale was so bad after the election that they actually devoted an entire all-hands meeting to mourn and lament – the video of which has now been leaked to Breitbart News, who posted it in full.

The bottom line is that Google just can’t even with all the “low-information voters” out there who simply didn’t follow what Google was trying to get them to do.

The video of Google’s all-hands staff meeting following the election, which was provided anonymously to right-wing news site Breitbart News, shows executives including co-founder Sergey Brin comparing Trump voters to “extremists” and authoritarian movements.

In the hour of video footage, Brin is shown saying he is “deeply offend[ed]” by Trump’s election due to his status as an immigrant, and added that Trump’s politics conflict “with many of [Google’s] values.”

“Most people here are pretty upset and pretty sad,” Brin says near the beginning of the meeting.

Google’s senior VP for global affairs Kent Walker went on to characterize Trump voters as governed by “fear,” which he said was “fueling concerns, xenophobia, hatred, and a desire for answers that may or may not be there.”

Asked later on in the video whether any of the executives saw a positive benefit from Trump’s election, the group laughed before Brin responded: “Boy, that’s a really tough one right now.”

This does not paint Google in a flattering light at all.

And though you might have issues with Breitbart News as the source, Google’s statement confirms that 1) the video is legitimate, and 2) they don’t see the problem with it.

The complete statement reads as follows:

At a regularly scheduled all hands meeting, some Google employees and executives expressed their own personal views in the aftermath of a long and divisive election season. For over 20 years, everyone at Google has been able to freely express their opinions at these meetings. Nothing was said at that meeting, or any other meeting, to suggest that any political bias ever influences the way we build or operate our products. To the contrary, our products are built for everyone, and we design them with extraordinary care to be a trustworthy source of information for everyone, without regard to political viewpoint.

Paging James Damore – Mr. Damore, please call your lawyer immediately.

I mean, really, Google??

I can think of several gun hobby YouTube channels that would like a word, as well.

And we come back to the crux of the problem. Google believes that they represent “diversity” and have a duty to engineer their platform to guide those minds who would turn to them for information. However, they are about as diverse as the person who buys 12 different colors of the same shirt and calls it a complete wardrobe. Google is full of groupthink, and any wrongthink will be punished. After all, can you imagine an all-hands meeting at Google lamenting the election loss of Mitt Romney in 2012? Of course not!

After all, the public are just the dummies who need to be taught better, in the mind of the corporate lock-step at Google.

And just for fun, here is a parting shot:

It just might explain so much about how Google thinks about itself!

Featured image via Pixabay

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  • Bob Brady says:

    Once again liberals show that believe in diversity of everything except thought.

  • Stephen Ippolito says:

    Very good piece VG’s.

    Reminds me of the scene in the Simpsons, many years ago, when the family set off to the mall to buy a new tv. SJW Lisa babbles on about all the meaningful brands when down-to-earth Marge interrupts with: “We can’t afford any brand that has a philosophy”. Good, sound, prescient advice. Should be everyone’s default policy.

    It’s all just “look at me” virtue-signalling by these people. Anthony Jeselnick has a good monologue about celebrities who respond to each Islamic slaughter by rushing to tweet some pap along the lines of: “my thoughts and prayers are with you”.

    He is right that what they are really doing is seeking attention: “Yeah, I know some little people died, but let’s focus on what’s REALLY important here, shall we?…let’s focus back on me!”

  • Loren Jensen says:

    Why am I not surprised?

    Google assures me that they are watching over my personal private data, and keeping it safe. But they were not watching hard enough to keep their own personal private data from going out the door.

    OMG, I am using a gmail address. I guess we’ll see what happens…

  • Let’s see: we had a choice. A wild card like Trump or somebody we KNEW was Shrillary Klintoon. Yes, it *must* be bigotry…

    They really DO want us voting for Trump in 2020, don’t they? Because all their tantrums and condescension are just calculated to achieve that outcome…

  • The mere fact that the meeting occurred at all gives the lie to Google’s claim of being free from political bias.

  • David Longfellow says:

    Trump would probably have lost in a landslide if people didn’t perceive (rightly) that the media lies about virtually everything they report. They lie to make Democrats look good and Republicans look bad. A large number of voters realize this and vote accordingly.
    Trust nothing from the media – this includes Google and Facebook, which are little more than Democratic party shills.

    • M Bond says:

      “Trump would probably have lost in a landslide…”

      As it turns out, he DID lose to Hillary by a good 3 million votes or so. Certainly not a “landslide”, but nothing to scoff at either.

      • GWB says:

        No, he didn’t “lose” by 3 million votes. He won.
        Because we don’t live in a giant democracy (thank God!), total popular vote means exactly diddlysquat. By the rules set forth in the Constitution he won very handily.

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