Rebels of Google: Senior Management ‘On The Verge Of Tears’ After Trump Win

More Google employees are blowing the whistle about intimidation, discrimination, and dogma at the company following the firing of viewpoint diversity advocate James Damore.

Breitbart News’ interview series, Rebels of Google, has revealed an atmosphere of profound fear at the company, in which employees who challenge Google’s hyper-progressive narratives face bullying and ostracization from co-workers, and frequently find themselves added to blacklists aimed at destroying peoples’ careers both inside and outside Google.

Our last interviewee even described an incident in which someone was punched for expressing a contrary viewpoint.

Google needs to be broken.

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  • dance…dancetotheradio

    I’m probably going to meet with a similar fate
    The old guard hate all these new fucks.
    I think I am going to have to hang around long enough to fix things.
    Pisses me off that it is necessary.
    It’s an obligation that I can’t shirk.

    • Any company with more than 10% of a market needs to be broken up.

      We all will be better off afterwards.

      That obviously includes Google.

  • BillyHW

    It’s time to break up this monopoly.

  • Drunk by Noon ✓

    “Google needs to be broken.”

    4chan/pol/ has decided that “by the will of Kek” Google shall be broken.
    They are really taking this personally.

    • WalterBannon

      it is the will of Kek

      Kek Akbar!

      555555555

    • Jabberwokk

      Everyone should be appalled by this. Even leftists. If this is ok what’s stopping a right wing company from doing the same?

      Or Christian company to Gays or the other way around?

      No one wins when it all becomes about power except the powerful.

  • Lightstream

    I haven’t used Google for a long time. I use DuckDuckGo, sometimes I would use Google to see if duckduckgo missed something. Now I’ll never use Google, ever.

    • terrence22

      me, too – and duckduckgo, is a much better search engine, and it does not track me, and Google does.