The Trump Family Lays Siege To Google With Initial P.R. Attack

The “Google leaker” video published by James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas, and subsequently memoryholed by YouTube and Google, is already causing big waves here in Washington. You can watch our full backup of the deleted Google leaker video here. It is chilling, un-American rhetoric.

Several members of the Trump family fired back after hearing about the video’s contents, including the President himself, who mentioned the video during a televised interview with FOX’s Maria Bartiromo.

“You saw what happened yesterday with Google… Let me tell you, they're trying to rig the election… They should be sued. What's happening with the bias, and now you see it with that executive yesterday from Google the hatred for Republicans,” President Trump told Bartiromo.

In other news, the crypto rally intensified today, with Bitcoin up more than 21.5% in US dollar value over the last 24 hours, and with the #2 cryptocurrency network Ethereum gaining nearly 14%, according to coincap.io data.

Bitcoin is on a tear.

Bitcoin is on a tear.

Some people in the truth community continue to spread mistruths about cryptocurrency. If it’s secretly backed by the elite, we haven’t seen any evidence of that in our frankly extensive research, especially given the many years they’ve given to slowing cryptocurrency on practically every front - regulatory, legal, and in terms of public perception of it.

Yet here we are, ten years after Bitcoin launched, and the world is engulfed in crypto fever.

Bitcoin is simply open source software, the white paper that launched the project is still available to read all this time later: https://bitcoin.org/bitcoin.pdf

And Ethereum? It could be a very big deal, but it’s also open source, and welcomes everyone by design: https://ethereum.org/beginners/

YouTube/Google Ban "Google Leaker" Project Veritas Vid- Here's A BACKUP!

Project Veritas’ “Google leaker” video has already been scrubbed from YouTube, hours after its release.

Project Veritas’ “Google leaker” video has already been scrubbed from YouTube, hours after its release.

Take this backup video viral like wildfire! (Watch it below.) The cold civil war in the United States between globalists in Silicon Valley who bet it all on Hillary, and everybody else, has taken a new turn. Celebrated conservative muckraker James O’Keefe found his organization’s latest journalistic victory, a video purporting to show a top Google executive stating on hidden camera that the tech giant “is bent on never letting somebody like Donald Trump come to power again.”

Oh.

Maybe that’s why my YouTube channel was banned and scrubbed from Google & YouTube, as well as many others who support the President. Aside from the wave of YouTube bans, many users have complained of algorithmic ‘tilting,’ that is to say, only one-sided results showing up in search.

This is not acceptable for a company headquartered in America, to do to Americans. That almost goes without saying, yet here we are two and a half years after the nominal fall of the Clinton regime, and an unelected tech elite is assuring us they won’t “let” our voice be heard again at the polls. Disturbing at a minimum.

Shortly after the “Google leaker” video surfaced, James O’Keefe tweeted: “BREAKING: YOUTUBE/GOOGLE HAS REMOVED OUR GOOGLE INVESTIGATION as it was approaching 50K likes and a million views. IMPORTANT: Please download it on @bitchute and repost it.”

For your convenience, we’ve embedded that video right below. Watch it and spread like wildfire:


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Meet Google's Mr. Deep State & (Alleged) Clinton Campaign Architect!

Google’s current chairman, Eric Schmidt, is reportedly worth more than $10 billion (that’s US ten thousand million dollars) and has $20 million+ homes littered throughout the land - so it is possible, although not probable - that independent content creators on YouTube like David Pakman can understand the recent need to demonetize many of his videos. According to The New York Times, Pakman’s ad revenue on YouTube (which Schmidt’s Google owns) has recently dipped to as low as 6 cents per day - despite operation costs of at least $20,000 per month.

If Google’s YouTube is going to arbitrarily begin morally policing its waters by selectively demonetizing (and, in some cases, allegedly “growth throttling”) its independent voices - the voices whom many YouTube users visit the platform for, not re-uploads of traditional mainstream content, not Buzzfeed videos - then it is imperative for the public to, in turn, demand total moral scrupulousness of Google’s top public officials.

Google chairman Eric Schmidt

Google chairman Eric Schmidt

Watch today's video about Eric Schmidt's public persona and his known globalist ties: