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Google co-founder Sergey Brin appears in the controversial video that compares Trump voters with

The leaked video of a Google conference held in the wake of the 2016 presidential election shows that the company's co-founder compared Trump voters to "fascists."

The video, obtained by Breitbart, also shows the executives of the company who promise to stop the rise of populism and urge employees to console each other after the election results.

The damaging video casts more doubts about Google's claims of political impartiality a few days after he was accused of trying to boost participation of Latino voters to help Hillary Clinton.

Google co-founder Sergey Brin can be seen on stage in front of hundreds of employees saying he was "deeply offended" by Trump's election and "is in conflict with many of Google's values."

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Google claims that it is not politically biased against conservatives.

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Google co-founder Sergey Brin appears in the controversial video that compares Trump voters with "fascists"

At one point in the conference, Brin talks about the typical mentality of Trump voters.

He argues that those with "routine jobs" were more likely to vote for Trump than those with "non-routine" jobs, and said that "boredom" could explain the president's popularity.

"Actually, there are many historical precedents that boredom is an important factor in the election of the vote," Brin told the crowd.

& # 39; And actually in the construction of extremism. We have worked a lot on extremism that shows a high correlation with boredom. "

"The data suggest that boredom led to the rise of fascism and communism, and sometimes it sneaks in, really bad things."

"History teaches us that there are periods of populism, of nationalism that are rising, and that is the whole reason why we need to be in the arena," says Walker.

Sundar Pichai, CEO of Google, also speaks on stage during the video of the conference saying that there is a lot of fear & # 39; after the result of the election

Sundar Pichai, CEO of Google, also speaks on stage during the video of the conference saying that there is a lot of fear & # 39; after the result of the election

Sundar Pichai, CEO of Google, also speaks on stage during the video of the conference saying that there is a lot of fear & # 39; after the result of the election

President Trump accused Google of burying conservative media in a Twitter protest last week

President Trump accused Google of burying conservative media in a Twitter protest last week

President Trump accused Google of burying conservative media in a Twitter protest last week

He also notes that the company is deciphering ways to respond to the current of populism "before the world enters this environment of tribalism that is self-destructive in the long term."

Earlier this week, Fox News obtained an internal email from a former head of multicultural marketing at Google that details the company's efforts to attract Latino voters for the presidential election.

Google has also been accused of burying the search results of the conservative media by the president himself.

"Google search results for & # 39; Trump News & # 39; show only the display / reports of Fake New Media & # 39; said Trump.

"In other words, they have it RIGID, for me and for others, so that almost all the stories and news are BAD." Fake CNN is prominent.

Trump added that they are controlling what we can and can not see. This is a very serious situation, it will be addressed!

Google's leadership made the comments at its opening meeting in 2016 in front of hundreds of employees

Google's leadership made the comments at its opening meeting in 2016 in front of hundreds of employees

Google's leadership made the comments at its opening meeting in 2016 in front of hundreds of employees

Following the release of the video, critics have called for a congressional hearing and research on the impartiality of the search engine.

Following the release of the video, critics have called for a congressional hearing and research on the impartiality of the search engine.

Following the release of the video, critics have called for a congressional hearing and research on the impartiality of the search engine.

The video of the conference resulted in immediate calls for Google to report on their behavior.

The manager of the Trump campaign for 2020, Brad Parscale, called for "hearings in Congress" and an "investigation" into the alleged political bias within the company.

In a statement, Google said employees and executives at the hands-free meeting expressed their personal views after a "long and divisive election season."

"For more than 20 years, everyone at Google has been able to freely express their opinions at these meetings," the statement said.

"Nothing was said at that meeting or at any other meeting to suggest that any political bias has influenced the way we build or operate our products.

"On the contrary, our products are designed for everyone, and we design them with extraordinary care to be a reliable source of information for all, regardless of the political point of view."

Donald Trump launched an attack against Google on Tuesday morning, accusing the giant of manipulating the search results so that it looks bad

Donald Trump launched an attack against Google on Tuesday morning, accusing the giant of manipulating the search results so that it looks bad

Donald Trump launched an attack against Google on Tuesday morning, accusing the giant of manipulating the search results so that it looks bad

Trump threatened to address what he called "a very serious situation", although it is not clear how he intends to do it.

Trump threatened to address what he called "a very serious situation", although it is not clear how he intends to do it.

Trump threatened to address what he called "a very serious situation", although it is not clear how he intends to do it.

Social media companies have come under greater scrutiny to explain their role in the influence of votes during the 2016 elections since Trump came to power.

Facebook boss Sheryl Sandberg and Twitter boss Jack Dorsey became the latest technology executives to get a congressional interrogation on foreign manipulation on Tuesday.

The couple appeared before the Senate Intelligence Committee because the meddling in the Russian elections continues to hover over the Congress two months away, and the value of the shares of both companies fell immediately.

At the beginning of the hearing, the vice president of the panel, Senator Mark Warner of Virginia, said the regulation is on the cards.

"Congress will have to take action here," said Warner, who was a telecommunications investor before reaching Congress. "The era of the Wild West on social networks is coming to an end," he said.

President Trump warned last week that the signatures were "treading very, very problematic territory and that they should be careful."

Testifying: Jack Dorsey and Sherly Sandberg are testifying about the electoral interference and their preparations for the intermediate terms with less than two months until the vote

Testifying: Jack Dorsey and Sherly Sandberg are testifying about the electoral interference and their preparations for the intermediate terms with less than two months until the vote

Testifying: Jack Dorsey and Sherly Sandberg are testifying about the electoral interference and their preparations for the intermediate terms with less than two months until the vote

Testifying: Jack Dorsey and Sherly Sandberg are testifying about the electoral interference and their preparations for the intermediate terms with less than two months until the vote

Testifying: Jack Dorsey and Sherly Sandberg are testifying about the electoral interference and their preparations for the intermediate terms with less than two months until the vote

Senators left an empty chair for Google after the company refused to send an executive whom lawmakers considered old enough to testify

Senators left an empty chair for Google after the company refused to send an executive whom lawmakers considered old enough to testify

Senators left an empty chair for Google after the company refused to send an executive whom lawmakers considered old enough to testify

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