WASHINGTON –   Youtube removed Project Veritas’ video exposing it parent company Google’s commitment to thwarting President Donald Trump’s reelection.

The investigative watchdog published an exclusive report Monday featuring a Google insider who claims’ the company’s primary goal is premised on “never letting somebody like Donald Trump come to power again.”

Project Veritas also published undercover footage of a Google executive, Jen Gennai who heads the company’s “Responsible Innovation” warning the tech monopoly shouldn’t be broken up because no other company could prevent “another Trump situation.”

Hours after releasing the report, Project Veritas’ website went defunct.

The site is now active, but the Project Veritas’ Reddit account was suspended after the report was published, Project Veritas founder James O’Keefe announced.  

On Monday evening, YouTube removed Project Veritas’ footage exposing Google and the tech industry’s overt anti-Trump and anti-conservative bias.


New York Times reporter Charlie Warzel tried to minimalize Project Veritas’ report, claiming the investigation its merely demonstrates “non technical” people are confusing “algorithm bias with political bias.”

“so it seems to me that this ‘investigation’ about Google’s bias is really just a bunch of non technical ppl mixing up algorithmic bias w/ political bias. am i wrong? could one of you smart technologists who follow me explain?” Warzel tweeted. “i mean obviously the video snippets from their ‘whistleblower’ are all completely contextless and thus not to be taken seriously. but the part about fairness and algos. that’s just them seeing the word bias and not understanding what it means, right?”

O’Keefe shot back, noting the Time’s infamous track record of advancing its left-leaning narratives with anonymous sources.

“Hi NYT reporter. We have an interview with a Google whistleblower, leaked docs, recorded statements from a Google executive discussing changing the outcome of elections. Why don’t your blue check mark NYT colleagues call Google and ask a question. JUST ONE QUESTION,” O’Keefe replied. “You guys at the NYT make your entire bread and butter off of quoting people anonymously where we can’t see or hear their voices, or any context at all. Now you’re calling an interview with whistleblower risking his career ‘contextless?’”

Gennai deleted her Twitter account Monday and made her Instagram private.    

Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-TX) issued a statement responding to the Project Verita’s report warning the tech monopoly’s immunity needs to be stripped as it attempts to manipulate election outcomes.

“This video shows Google’s biases are now a threat to a free and fair election, all while they hide behind the immunity given by Congress years ago when they were supposed to be a simple ‘town square’ where everyone’s voice could be heard without biased results,” Gohmert said. “In fact, Google references a significant role they see themselves fulfilling in the 2020 elections. This discovery should set off alarm bells throughout the country.”

“It is no secret that Google has a political agenda. Multiple brave tech insiders have stepped forward and exposed Google’s censorship of content and specialized algorithms. This media giant’s ‘social justice narrative’ should distress all Americans who value a free and open society,” the Texas congressman continued. “Google should not be deciding whether content is important or trivial and they most assuredly should not be meddling in our election process. They need their immunity stripped and to be properly pursued by class action lawsuits by those they have knowingly harmed.”

Social media are slowly and methodically chiseling away at what they see as offensive conservative views by outlawing conservative expression in a hypocritical call for decency. 

Earlier this month, Project Veritas publicly disclosed internal documents from Pinterest  along with video testimony from a Pinterest insider identifying Pinterest employees who made the decision to add LiveAction.org to a “pornography block list,” and censor the pro-life group, along with numerous conservative media sites, and published the video on YouTube.

YouTube, which is owned by the parent company Google, subsequently removed the investigative video expose and Pinterest fired the insider, Project Veritas founder James O’Keefe announced Wednesday.