Dhillon on Anti-Trump Google Exec

Harmeet Dhillon

Harmeet Dhillon Appears on Fox Business’ ‘The Evening Edit’ To Discuss Anti-Trump Google Exec

According to Dhillon:

Google has a double standard. They punish, hound, and fire. Then they prosecute conservatives for expressing their political views through contributions, or their views in the workplace, yet they reward and promote this type of extremely hateful, foul, and profane commentary. Then at the same time, they also try to tell Capitol Hill, “No worries guys we’re very fair to both conservatives and liberals. We’re a neutral company, and you won’t see any bias.” Any adult knows that’s not true. People who work there are so hateful, and they hate people who are conservative. That’s going to come out in their products, and it does.

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We know from the work that I’ve done for my lawsuit, as well as what whistle-blowers of the company have said that they have pervasive search bias at every level. Their products, in fact, are geared towards suppressing conservatives. They also have been accused in other countries of manipulating the outcomes of elections, so this is part of the business model.

The less that Google has to do with our government, owning our privacy, and our private information the better, but again look at the hypocrisy. Google is very happy to do surveillance and censorship for foreign governments including China, and they don’t want to work for our own government. That says it all, so I’m fine with them getting out of the government business altogether. We need American companies that are loyal to this country handling the government’s data.

Harmeet Dhillon is a nationally recognized lawyer, trusted boardroom advisor, and passionate advocate for individual, corporate and institutional clients across numerous industries and walks of life. Her focus is in commercial litigation, employment law, First Amendment rights, and election law matters.
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