Last week, President Donald Trump accused the tech giants of colluding with Democrats against conservatives.
We’ve all known that was happening and wonder why it took Trump so long to say anything about it.
The question we all want to know is what does he intend to do about their unconstitutional collusion?
This past Saturday, Trump went after Google, claiming that they help and benefits the Chinese military, but not America’s military.
A spokesperson with Google naturally denied the allegations made by Trump and defended them by saying they work with the US government and not the Chinese.
Fox News – Google responds after Trump, Joint Chiefs chairman accuse tech giant of aiding Chinese military – Google said Saturday that it works in areas that include recruiting, cybersecurity and health care in response to claims made by President Trump and top military officials that its work in China benefits the Chinese military.
The president took a swipe at the tech giant in a tweet earlier Saturday, accusing Google of “helping China and their military, but not the U.S. Terrible! The good news is that they helped Crooked Hillary Clinton, and not Trump….and how did that turn out?”
In a statement, a Google spokesperson said “We are not working with the Chinese military. We are working with the U.S. government, including the Department of Defense, in many areas including cybersecurity, recruiting and healthcare.” The statement was posted on Twitter by Wall Street Journal reporter Vivian Salama…
Earlier, Marine Corps Gen. Joseph Dunford, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, was testifying before the Senate Armed Services Committee.
During his testimony, Dunford told the committee that Google was trying to increase their presence in China and that they were indirectly benefitting the Chinese military.
In 2010, Google withdrew from China over human rights issues, but as they have grown more powerful and more loyal to America’s Democrats, it seems the human rights issues no longer matter as they have been working on a platform called Project Dragonfly designed to reach China.
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