I hear you.
If you watch the video again, you might find that the engineers are doing three things:
- admitting that human biases affect arbitration
- admitting that the tech arena is mostly liberal
- admitting that there is a concerted effort to remove Russian bots which happen, at this juncture to be pushing narratives favouring Trump
None of this is particularly shocking, but edited together, it gives the impression of a conspiracy.
The context of the drunk engineer at the club was particularly sad. The women secretly recording him are giving him exactly what an engineer (or any hetero man) at a night club wants - female attention. He's falling over himself trying to tell them they are right - that they should be programmers... he's not saying they try to censor political viewpoints for a living. He's flirting, while they drill him on the topic of Russian bots and try to make it sound like it is the conservative view point that is being banned, not the automated and fraudulent use of the platform to undermine American democracy.
I'm grateful for you bringing that video to my attention - we have to remain increasingly vigilant in these times - manipulation of information channels is becoming increasingly sophisticated, all in an attempt to control the narrative.
Narrative network is going to be a very interesting place indeed.
James O'Keefe, the main operative at Project Veritas, would, I hope, earn a bad reputation on Narrative for his deceitful and fraudulent attempts to manipulate the political news arena.