For two years, Democrats have claimed that Donald Trump colluded with Russia to somehow win the presidency unfairly. Yet the Democrat Party has powerful players of the left-leaning social media acting in secret to influence citizens to vote liberal.
Search engine researcher Dr. Robert Epstein has been continuing his investigation into the nefarious ways that Google manipulates search results to affect opinion and therefore votes in favor of the Democrats. What he has found is a skewing to show conservative candidates and ideas more negatively, with liberals getting positive search results. The degree of effect on voting is genuinely shocking because it changes election results.
There are several earlier posts on this blog about Dr. Epstein’s investigation of tech censorship, including interviews with Tucker Carlson (shown below).
Breitbart news provided an update to the ongoing investigation on Friday:
Research: Google Search Bias Flipped Seats for Democrats in Midterms, By Allum Bokhari, March 22, 2019
New research from psychologist and search engine expert Dr. Robert Epstein shows that biased Google searches had a measurable impact on the 2018 midterm elections, pushing tens of thousands of votes towards the Democrat candidates in three key congressional races, and potentially millions more in races across the country.
The study, from Epstein and a team at the American Institute for Behavioral Research and Technology (AIBRT), analyzed Google searches related to three highly competitive congressional races in Southern California. In all three races, the Democrat won — and Epstein’s research suggests that Google search bias may have tipped them over the edge.
The research follows a previous study conducted in 2016 which showed that biased Google results pushed votes to Hillary Clinton in the presidential election. Democrats and Google executives have disputed these findings. . .
The flipping of conservative Orange County to be completely Democrat in the 2016 Congress was quite suspicious, even given the demographic change from immigration. There is also the issue of so-called “ballot harvesting” — legal only in California — where third parties, such as Democrat operatives, can deliver votes from homes to the registrar. What a convenient way to disappear Republican votes — very clever, Sacramento!
Below is a 36-minute interview with Dr. Epstein from a few days ago. In it, you will learn that Google brand home thermostats include microphones which allow the company to eavesdrop (!), and that the search expert uses StartPage for his own browsing.
Click here to listen to a shorter interview, 17 minutes in length, with Glenn Beck from March 22 that explains basic issues, beginning with what Epstein does:
ROBERT EPSTEIN: (starting 2:45) There’s two different things I do, and unfortunately the LA Times just totally got this wrong. One is for more than six years I’ve been doing randomized controlled scientific studies showing the new power that companies like Google and Facebook have to shift opinions and votes without people knowing. And that’s very very rigorous research published in top scientific journals including the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
LA Times — did they even mention that? No.
And could anyone possibly find fault with that work? No, you can’t publish in those journals if your work is faulty.
Now the second thing that I’ve been doing, trying more quietly, is trying to learn how to build monitoring systems. These companies surveil us 24 hours a day. I’m the only person so far in the world who’s developed two monitoring systems for surveilling them. In other words, for figuring out what they’re showing people especially in the days leading up to elections and I did it in 2016. That got reported by the Washington Post, and I’ve done it again.
I did it again in 2018. That story just broke this morning and I am making progress in learning how to do this kind of monitoring and learning how to detect bias in the content that these companies are showing people. And once again, I caught Google not being readö (?), but I caught Google with their digital pants down and you know, what’s there they should be embarrassed about because I found very clear and strong liberal bias in content that they were showing people in the days leading up to the election. And that was enough if they were doing that nationwide, which I didn’t monitor the whole country, but if they had been doing what I found nationwide, that would have shifted upwards of 78.2 million votes to Democrats in across multiple races with no one having the slightest idea that they have been influenced in this way.
That’s why this is a very very dangerous kind of influence, that’s why we also need monitoring systems to be running on a large scale, and those are the two things I do — the scientific stuff and then developing monitoring systems.
The rest is worth a listen also, with its discussion of the great power of secret persuasion to worm its way into our beliefs and freedoms.