In an attempt to support Google’s “investment” in educational infrastructure, Youngkin tweeted on Tuesday that the Virginia state assembly should back the tech firm. This is similar to when big tech acquired election infrastructure ahead of the 2020 presidential election. These enormous rewards always come with strings attached.
“Google’s $300 million investment in VA, as well as a CodeVA partnership, is an exciting development for job training and computer science opportunities for Virginia students. Now the General Assembly must take action to establish innovation schools to fullest these fantastic relationships,” Youngkin stated in his tweet.
Google is working with 23 community colleges and five additional higher education institutions to educate students in data analytics and other IT skills. In other words, these unsuspecting youngsters will be trained to become the foot soldiers of the Orwellian Nightmare’s development.
“We need to educate this workforce for the future. The possibilities are expanding at a rate faster than we can imagine,” Youngkin exclaimed while urging the Virginia General Assembly to pass the state’s largest educational expenditure ever. So much for fiscal prudence, right?
We’ve covered the far-left political agenda of Google, which included supporting the vote steal coup and removing President Trump from office:
“Investigative journalist James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas has released hidden camera recordings revealing a Google executive praising the ‘strategic importance of our mission,’ claiming that preventing Trump and similar leaders is at the top of the multinational corporation’s list of priorities.”
“Elizabeth Warren thinks we should break up Google. I adore her, but she’s severely misguided; it will make things worse rather than better because all of these smaller firms who lack our resources would be tasked with preventing the next Trump scenario, and it’s like a small firm can’t do that,” said Jen Gennai, a Google executive leading their Responsible Innovation department.”
“Gennai is in charge of Google’s AI department, according to Project Veritas. Gennai is in charge of the division of Google that is responsible for implementing Artificial Intelligence (AI) technologies. This includes ensuring that political conclusions unfavorable to liberals cannot be achieved.”
“We all got screwed over in 2016, and it wasn’t just us; the public was screwed over, the media was screwed over, like, everyone was screwed over so we’ve been asking ourselves what happened there and how we can prevent it from happening again.” Gennai concluded.”