Google and Facebook? Trying to influence the elections!?!

From Breitbart:

A Google insider who spoke anonymously to Project Veritas claims the company is devoted to preventing anything like the 2016 election of Donald Trump from happening again.

The insider who spoke to Project Veritas also drew attention to the covert suppression of non-progressive voices on YouTube, a Google-owned platform, said that stopping President Donald Trump and other politicians like Trump has become a priority for the tech giant.

Project Veritas also obtained undercover footage revealing yet another Google executive declaring the company’s intention to intervene in its products to stop Trump in 2020. “Responsible innovation” head Jen Gennai was recorded stating that Google shouldn’t be broken up because smaller companies couldn’t prevent “another Trump situation.”

Really, though, shouldn’t we be surprised if they didn’t?

Throw in Twitter and Instagram and now it seems believable — even though they all deny it.

Debate preview.

Looking forward to this week’s Democratic debates.  It should be a contest to see which candidate can promise the most, to the most.  It may become difficult to keep all of the promises and their corresponding promises straight.

It could become a bit frightening if promises start to cause candidates to increase in popularity — then there may be no end to them.

On the upcoming Stephanopoulos interview…

How many Republicans — how many Trumps supporters and advocates — were alarmed when they learned that the president agreed to a thirty-hour interview with George Stephanopoulos?

Remember, a gaffe by a Republican echoes in the canyons of the media indefinitely, whereas a gaffe by a Democrat whispers into the ether of empty space, never to be heard again.

If the president wants to ensure his defeat in 2020, he should continue to grant up-close-and-personal access to his adversaries in the mainstream media.