Will the Antitrust Lawsuit filed against Google take down the big tech giant or simply be a small blip for Alphabet stocks?
The complaint filed by the Department of Justice and 11 States today calls out Google for “anticompetitive and exclusionary practices” but the 64-page document focuses mostly on Google’s market dominance with search and web browsers.
Is it possible that the suppression of Conservative news, manipulation of search results to promote Democrat-approved messaging and evidence of election interference was missed? Or will it come to light once proceedings begin?
The lawsuit, which appears to only address Google’s tech monopoly and not its practices, comes just a day after Project Veritas released its most-recent evidence of Google’s bias, control of information and election interference.
Google Cloud Technical Program Manager, Ritesh Lakhkar, told a Project Veritas journalist that Google manipulates content and searches. They also send U.S. jobs to China.
“I feel suffocated at Google, said Lakhkar. “Because on one side you have this professional or unprofessional attitude, and on the other side, you have this ultra-leftiest attitude, and your entire existence is questioned.”
Lahkhar likened Google’s search manipulation to “playing God” noting that the results can be slanted to influence public perception.
“You go to search and you type in ‘Donald Trump,’ and it’s like all negative,” he said. “And when you type in ‘Joe Biden,’ it’s all positive.
“Trump says something, misinformation, you’re gonna delete that because it’s illegal under whatever pretext,” Lakhkar continued. “If a Democrat leader says that, then you’re gonna leave it like that.”
Lakhkar isn’t the first to blow the whistle about Google’s activities. Other whistleblowers have come forward in recent years but the results have been the same – nothing.
Will the Antitrust lawsuit have any affect on the rising list of complaints that Google is using its Internet dominance to censor Conservative voices and sway public opinion to the left? Share your thoughts.