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Democrat researcher: Google shifting votes in my party's favor


'This is power that the worst dictators in history could have only dreamt of'

(Photo by Sascha Bosshard on Unsplash)

Empirical research shows Google affected the outcome of the 2016 and 2020 elections in favor of Democrats, and the tech giant "has its digital thumb on the scale" of the current midterms, says Robert Epstein, a Democratic Party voter who was famed behavioral psychologist B.F. Skinner's last PhD student at Harvard.

In a WND video interview (embedded below), Epstein contended, however, that his ever-growing, unique "Nielsen rating-type" system of monitoring Google's manipulation of search results provides the solid evidence needed to stop the Big Tech behemoth in its tracks.

In the meantime, he said, the novel "Brave New World" has come to life.

"This is power that's never existed before in human history. This is power that the worst dictators in history could have only dreamt of," Epstein told WND.

"But this is real. This is occurring now."

Epstein recalled a lesser-known theme in President Dwight Eisenhower's famous "military-industrial complex" farewell address in 1961, warning of a "technological elite" that could control public policy without the public's knowledge.

The technological elite is now in power, he said, but there are ways to counter its tactics through technology itself.

By the end of 2023, he plans to have a "massive monitoring system" – a "digital shield" – in place with at least 20,000 field agents across 50 states.


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