Fired Google engineer Kevin Cernekee explained that the search engine will jump right on a complaint from a liberal reporter and fix the issue quickly but engineers take their time for complaints from conservatives.
"You can see bias at every level of the organization," Cernekee said in an interview with FOX News' Tucker Carlson. "One thing that I've noticed is that just handling of routine issues is plagued with bias, like they will get a report, an e-mail from a liberal reporter complaining about something and they will jump on it and they will fix the issue very, very quickly."
"They made every excuse in the book to avoid taking down something that made Donald Trump look bad. And I saw a number of other incidents just like that," he shared.
"They thought Trump should have lost in 2016," Cernekee said. "They really want Trump to lose in 2020. That's their agenda."
TUCKER CARLSON, FOX NEWS: Well, it's pretty clear that Google isn't simply just a business enterprise, though it is the most powerful business in the history of the world. It's also an ideological organization to its core, who cares what you're able to see and what you're able to think and they exercise the same kind of control over their own employees.
Kevin Cernekee would know that firsthand. He spent three years at Google working as an engineer. He says he faced relentless bullying and intimidation from Google for his political views which are not liberal, one manager added him to an internal blacklist until finally, Google fired him last year. Kevin Cernekee joins us tonight.
Kevin, thanks very much for coming on. So, you believe that Google knew what your politics were, that you're a conservative, harassed you for those views, and then ultimately dismissed you on the basis of them?
KEVIN CERNEKEE, FIRED GOOGLE ENGINEER: Yes, that's true. So basically, what happened is, when I joined Google, I saw a lot of employees being mistreated and abused and harassed for sharing conservative views or just for questioning company policies.
And I raised these issues through all the appropriate channels, I raised it through HR, I went to VPs, eventually wound up filing a charge with the Labor Board. And Google knew about this. This opened a Federal investigation from the Labor Board. I was working very closely with an investigator over there.
What happened was Google decided they did not like this investigator, and they made a lot of false accusations against me and they fired me. They said in writing that the reason they fired me was for participating in this labor investigation, and they're basically daring the government to do anything about it.
CARLSON: I don't think it's illegal, is it? I mean, you can't fire someone for initiating a labor action, can you?
CERNEKEE: I wouldn't think so. I have appealed the decision, and the Labor Board came back and basically said, "Denied." They did not cite any case law. They didn't really have a reason for it. It's basically their will against anybody else's.
CARLSON: Right. The most powerful country -- company and country -- yes, Freudian slip in the world. How ideological is the management at Google?
CERNEKEE: It's highly ideological. You can see bias at every level of the organization. One thing that I've noticed is that just handling of routine issues is plagued with bias, like they will get a report, an e-mail from a liberal reporter complaining about something and they will jump on it and they will fix the issue very, very quickly.
And contrast, one thing that I saw when I worked there was, if you do a Google search for "Crippled America," which is Donald Trump's book, you would get results that showed my Minkoff instead of "Crippled America," and I reported that. I filed a bug against it. I escalated it. I tried to run it up the chain. They took nine months to fix that bug.
They just stalled at every opportunity. They assigned it to people who no longer worked there. They made every excuse in the book to avoid taking down something that made Donald Trump look bad. And I saw a number of other incidents just like that.
CARLSON: Do you believe that Google will attempt to influence the election outcome or will attempt to try to prevent Trump from being reelected?
CERNEKEE: I do believe so. I think that's a major threat. They have openly stated that they think 2016 was a mistake. They thought Trump should have lost in 2016. They really want Trump to lose in 2020. That's their agenda.
They have very biased people running every level of company. And they have quite a bit of control over the political process. So, that's something we should really worry about.
CARLSON: And yet, Congress, including Republicans are just sitting back and acting like it's not happening. It's disgusting. Kevin, thank you for sounding that alarm. I appreciate it. Good to see you.
CERNEKEE: Thank you.