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Video shows Google bosses are angry about Trump win the election

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President Donald Trump 2020 campaign manager blasted Google after an internal video-recording of managers complain about the 2016 presidential outcome was leaked to the media on Wednesday.

Brad Parscale, the campaign manager, the name of the content in the video was a “threat to the Republic,” and demanded that Google’s leadership testify before lawmakers on Capitol Hill.

.@google should explain why this is not a threat to the Republic. Watch the video. Google believes that they may be in the form of your search results and make videos of you has his own values”. Open borders. Socialism. Medicare 4 all. The congressional hearings! Investigatehttps://t.co/jlbSgMMrLT

— Brad Parscale (@parscale) September 12, 2018

“Watch the video” Parscale tweeted. “Google believes they can shape your search results and make videos of you has his own values”. Open Borders. Socialism. Medicare 4 all. The congressional hearings! Research.”

GOOGLE FIRES BACK AT BIAS ALLEGATIONS

The video was recorded after the 2016 presidential election during one of Google’s “TGIF meetings.”

“Myself, as an immigrant and a refugee, I certainly find this election is deeply offensive and I know that many of you also,” said Google co-founder Sergey Brin in the video. “And I think that it is a very stressful time and it conflicts with many of our values.”

The email, written by Google’s former head of multicultural marketing and obtained exclusively by Fox News’ “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” the details of the various ways in which the company is working to increase the voter turnout.

In the video, Google’s vice president Kent Walker said that the elections “a shock for all of us.”

The leaked video was interpreted by some conservatives and right-wing groups as a confirmation of the tech company of the possible bias in favor of the liberal ideology. Facebook, Google and Twitter have denied allegations of manipulation of search results, or their platforms for the promotion of such ideas.

GOOGLE BOSSES GET ANGRY ABOUT TRUMP ELECTION VICTORY, LEAKED VIDEO SHOWS

In a statement to Fox News, a Google spokesperson said: “there was Nothing said during that meeting or another meeting, to suggest that all political bias ever affects the way we build or operate any of our products. On the contrary, our products are made for everyone, and we design them with exceptional care is a reliable source of information for everyone without regard to political viewpoint.”

The video revelation comes on the heels of the allegations of political bias leveled against Google after an employee of the leaked e-mail mentioned the company’s efforts with a Latino non-profit before 2016 election.

The email, written by Google’s former head of multicultural marketing and obtained exclusively by Fox News’ “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” the details of the various ways in which the company is working to increase the voter turnout.

However, a spokesman for Google, fired back at the claims Wednesday, saying that “the employee is e-mail an expression of her personal political views on the outcome of the 2016 election, and that these views do not reflect the official position of the company.”

Fox News’ Christopher Carbone and Elizabeth Zwirz contributed to this report.

Bradford Betz is an editor for Fox News. Follow him on Twitter @bradford_betz.

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