Google won’t be able to avoid the discovery process in lawsuit by conservative employees, meaning all its fraudulent practices and lies are about to be exposed

Wednesday, June 12, 2019
By Paul Martin

by: JD Heyes
Wednesday, June 12, 2019

One of the most important developments regarding ongoing efforts to peel back layers of obfuscation regarding the politically discriminatory practices at the social media and tech behemoths is about to take place.

A group of conservative current and former employees of Google have filed suit against the company alleging they were targeted for their political beliefs, in violation of the Constitution’s equal protection clauses, Breitbart Tech reported Friday, and what’s more, the company cannot simply have it dismissed.

That means a discovery phase at some point if the suit progresses and the tech giant doesn’t settle — which would likely reveal a host of nefarious business practices exposing Google’s rampant Left-wing bias.

The suit, brought by Republican attorney Harmeet K. Dhillon on behalf of self-described conservative employees and former workers, says that the company practiced discrimination against non-progressives simply because of their rival political viewpoint. Also, the suit alleges the company was discriminatory against whites, Asians, and males on the basis of ethnicity and sex.

Breitbart Tech noted further:

The case will now move to a legal process known as discovery — meaning that Google must provide Dhillon and other attorneys working on the case access to its internal documents.

This is potentially a huge problem for the tech giant, as previous leaks of internal documents and video have repeatedly exposed the company’s extreme political bias.

The suit comes after Google’s firing of conservative engineer James Damore in 2017 following an internal memo he wrote that called for more diversity within the company. The memo was subsequently leaked to the media by Left-wing employees who were outraged by what Damore had to say.

After he began legal action, additional former Google employees joined in to form a class-action lawsuit. Since then, Damore has left the case and has begun an arbitration process with Google, though the original case will continue to proceed with the additional plaintiffs.

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