Email from Google Executive Shows Latinos Propelled to Vote for Hillary in 2016

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Tucker Carlson reveals an email from Google executive, Eliania Murillo, the former head of Google’s Multicultural Marketing, that shows just how deeply committed Google was to putting Hillary Clinton into the White House in 2016.  Murillo described such things as slanting information and busing Hilary voters to the polls as a ‘silent donation” to Hillary’s campaign.  Mark Styne says that Google now is capable of targeting election content to specific people and groups and, thereby, soon will be able to effect the outcome of any election. -GEG

FOX News host Tucker Carlson revealed evidence on Monday on Google was actively working to get Hillary Clinton elected and now there is evidence.

Tucker Carlson has an email from Google executive who admitted in her correspondence to top Google officials on how disappointed she was that Hillary Clinton lost after all of the work the company did for Hillary as a silent donation.

The email came from Senior employee Eliana Murillo, the former head of Google’s multicultural marketing department. Eliana deployed the company’s resources to increase voter turnout in ways she believed would help the Clinton campaign win in the last election.


Eliana’s tweets were recently set to private.

Eliana sent the email on November 9, 2016, that was one day after the presidential election. The email was forwarded by two Google vice presidents to more staff members throughout the company. Eliana touted Google’s multifaceted efforts to boost Hispanic turnout. She knows Latinos voted in record numbers especially in states like Georgia, Nevada and Arizona – “a key state for us.” Eliana admitted Google used its power to ensure millions of people saw certain hashtags and social media impressions. The goal was to influence behavior during the election.

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