Did the tech giant Google blacklist hundreds of conservative websites to push forward a progressive agenda? That's what a former Google employee is alleging—and he's taking his case to the Department of Justice.
Zachary Vorhies told the investigative organization Project Veritas that he has delivered close to 1,000 pages of documents from Google, his former employer, to the anti-trust division at the Justice Department.
Vorhies says he worked at Google for eight years and that his documents show that the tech giant manipulated its algorithms so its search engine was biased against conservative and Christian media.
"The reason why I collected these documents is because I saw something dark and nefarious going on with the company," Vorhies explained. "I felt that our entire election system was going to be compromised forever by this company that told the American public that it was not going to do any evil. And I saw they were making really quick moves, not only in the documents but also in the internal speeches that the executives were giving to the company.
"They were intending to sculpt the information landscape so that they could create their own version of what was objectively true," he said.
The Vorhies documents show the black-listed websites include prominent conservative voices like Glenn Beck, Rush Limbaugh and Michelle Malkin. They include the Daily Caller and RedState as well as Christian websites such as The Christian Post, Patheos and Christian Today.
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