Jen Gennai is google top exec caught on camera pledging the company would 'stop the next Trump situation'

Google's left-wing agenda revealed: Undercover video shows top exec pledging company would 'stop the next Trump situation' and exposes search giant’s secret plan for radical social engineering

Jen Gennai is google top exec caught on camera pledging the company would 'stop the next Trump situation'
n a Medium post on Monday, Gennai addressed the video and elaborated on what she meant, writing: 'Project Veritas has edited the video to make it seem that I am a powerful executive who was confirming that Google is working to alter the 2020 election. On both counts, this is absolute, unadulterated nonsense, of course. Gennai is pictured in a file photo

Head of Responsible Innovation, Jen Gennai was filmed at a restaurant
The undercover clip shows her referring to the 2016 presidential election, saying:

'What happened there and how do we prevent it from happening again?'

She said the company was stepping up to define 'what's fair and equitable' as it determines how to apply its algorithms to users' search results

She also blasted Sen. Elizabeth Warren's plan to break up Google in the video Gennai hit back after the video was published claiming she had been 'tricked' and that it had been edited to 'distort her words and the actions of her employer'

Gennai said she was referring to stopping foreign interference in the 2020 election when she referenced 'stopping the next Trump situation'
The tech executive said she had also received abusive messages since the film
YouTube told it took it down due to multiple privacy complaints reached out to Google and was referred to Gennai's response
In a hearing on Tuesday, the Senate Commerce Committee examined how technology companies use algorithms and its influence on the public

Sen. Ted Cruz questioned Google User Experience Maggie Stanphill about the Project Veritas report at the hearing, which she had not yet seen for herself

What really happened

A senior Google executive has been caught on an undercover video appearing to suggest the company is trying to stop 'the next Trump situation' in the 2020 presidential election.

Secret footage released by Project Veritas shows Google's Head of Responsible Innovation, Jen Gennai, saying: 'We all got screwed over in 2016, again it wasn’t just us, it was, the people got screwed over, the news media got screwed over, like, everybody got screwed over so we’ve rapidly been like, what happened there and how do we prevent it from happening again.'  

A company insider provided Project Veritas with documents outlining Google's explanation of 'algorithmic unfairness,' which appeared to expose a liberal bent at the online giant.

A document leaked by the alleged insider contained language about addressing 'unjust or prejudicial treatment,' saying that even when search results are factually accurate, 'it may be desirable to consider how we might help society reach a more fair and equitable state, via either product intervention or broader corporate social responsibility efforts.'

Another document discusses enabling 'product teams to make source quality decisions.'

In the covert clip, Gennai can also be heard blasting Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren's push to break up tech giants, saying small companies 'don't have the same resources.'

After the publication of the footage, which has since been removed from YouTube, Gennai said she had used 'imprecise language' during a 'casual chat' and said she had been invited to the meeting at a San Francisco restaurant by people claiming to be from a 'mentoring program for young women of color.'

But the clip, part of Project Veritas' investigation into Silicon Valley, provided fodder to conservatives who have long accused Google of using its search results to shape people's political views. reached out to Google seeking authentication of and comment on the documents, as well a response to the video of Gennai, and was referred to Gennai's personal response in a Medium post.

A YouTube spokesperson told that the video received multiple privacy complaints, and after a review, YouTube removed the video in line with its privacy guidelines.

The spokesperson said: 'We have strong privacy guidelines in place, including the ability to file a complaint if someone feels their privacy has been violated. When complaints are received, we may also provide the uploader a chance to remove or edit private information in their video.'