In a devastating segment aimed at multiculturalism, Tucker Carlson has asked how precisely is diversity our strength? Other than just a means of shutting people up. Tucker stated that if the president could be removed from office without a single vote from anyone outside Washington, then the people deserve an answer to this.
He asked if you get along better with your neighbours and co-workers if you can't understand each other, or share no common values. And if diversity is our strength, why is it ok for the rest of us to surrender our freedom of speech to just a handful of tech monopolies?
This segment prompted outrage from the organized left, with many social justice lolcows, including CNN calling him racist. But at no point did any of the outrage mob attempt to answer his questions, proving his point. Nevertheless Tucker defended his position on Twitter, calling the left out as liars. He said the topic was "diversity is our strength," a phrase our leaders use to end conversation rather than spur it.
However not be deterred by the left wing outrage mob, in the next segment Tucker presents proof that a Google employee attempted to influence the presidential election in favour of Hillary Clinton. The email Tucker cited revealed that a Google employee used the company's resources to influence voter turnout in a way that would help the Clinton campaign. This is in stark contrast to the so called Russian meddling, that only amounted to a few Facebook ads that almost nobody saw.
The Google employee, who was the former head of Google's multicultural marketing department, boasted that the company used its resources to ensure millions of people saw certain hashtags and social media impressions with the goal of influencing their behaviour. Google did not deny that the email, that was sent one day after the presidential election, was real or that it showed clear political bias. The email was also forwarded by two Google vice presidents to more campany staff.
This really puts the Silicon Valley crackdown on free speech into perspective, especially the complete deplatforming of Alex Jones off of social media. Big Tech companies will not hesitate to use all their power and resources to influence elections in favour of the establishment and multiculturalism.