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Thursday, July 18, 2019

Google VP: Thousands of Racist Employees Are 'Statistically Insignificant'

Google executive Karan Bhatia testified Tuesday that thousands of company employees declaring a black conservative woman’s perspective unworthy of “inclusion” was not a problem, because Google has nearly 100,000 employees worldwide.

At a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on Tuesday, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) asked Google VP Karan Bhatia why the company’s Artificial Intelligence advisory counsel dissolved rather than include Kay Coles James, president of the Heritage Foundation. According to Cruz, 2,500 Google employees signed a petition supporting James’ removal, stating that her opinion views are “not valid” and “not worthy of inclusion.”

Bhatia dismissed that fact by saying those thousands of people are only “two percent” of Google’s workforce — though he did not state what percentage it is more specifically within its U.S.-based workforce.

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Anonymous said...

So why are they driven to censor content which represents a "statistically insignificant" segment of the population?

Anonymous said...

More butt hurt white people being exploited because they have no education or modern skills expecting jobs you can punch in and hide all day only to be found on coffee breaks.

Anonymous said...

Uh, not insignificant when the own and run the company! Google = progressive racism.