‘Smoking Gun’: Tucker Trashes Big Tech for Rigging U.S. Election

November 24th, 2020 1:11 PM

Fox News host Tucker Carlson asked a huge question: Did Big Tech fix the election? He turned to liberal Google critic Dr. Robert Epstein who claimed at one point Google only sent out election reminders to liberals.

Carlson opened the Nov. 23 show stating: “The 2020 presidential election was not fair.” Carlson claimed, “Democrats harnessed the power of big tech to win this election.” He continued: 

“If you use technology to censor the ideas that people are allowed to express online, ultimately you control how the population votes and that's exactly what they did. They rigged the election in front of all of us, and nobody did anything about it.”

Epstein indicated that Big Tech was the deciding factor in the election. Epstein said it was all in the numbers, “The bottom line at the moment is that these manipulations, the ones that we have so far quantified, could easily have shifted at least six million votes in just one direction.” 

Carlson acknowledged, “that's a margin of the election right there,” processing Epstein’s claims and summarizing that “the manipulation of one company, Google, may have determined the outcome of the presidential election.”



One example of Epstein’s multiple massive findings was a ”smoking gun.” He claimed that his team “found a period of days when the vote reminder on Google's home page was being sent only to liberals. Not one of our conservative field agents received a vote reminder during those days.” Epstein then commented that  after his researchers went public, “Google backed off , they literally shut off that manipulation that night.”

Epstein recalled how Google’s insiders have warned the rest of the country for a while. He illustrated that “the massive amount of data we’ve collected is consistent with what the whistle-blowers and leaks have been telling us for a long time now.”

Guerilla journalism group Project Veritas previously published in 2019 a video showing Google Responsible Innovation Head Jen Gennai. In the video, Gennai suggested that “breaking up Google” would not “prevent the next Trump situation.” She also mused how changes in Google’s secret algorithms could have prevented his election from happening in the first place.

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