WATCH: Tucker Carlson Reveals a Stunning Email From Google Exec On How Company Helped Hillary in 2016

On Monday Tucker Carlson revealed evidence that Google was trying to get Hillary Clinton elected. The evidence came in the form of an email from a Google exec.

In the email the Google exec admitted she was disappointed Hillary Clinton lost the election after all of the work Google did for the two-timer loser as a silent donation.

Eliana Murillo is the senior employee being referred to that sent the email. She deployed the company’s resources to help increase voter turnout in ways that were believed to help get Hillary Clinton to the White House.

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Her tweets were set to private.

Per The Gateway Pundit:

Eliana sent the email on November 9, 2016, that was one day after the presidential election. The email was forwarded by two Google vice presidents to more staff members throughout the company. Eliana touted Google’s multifaceted efforts to boost Hispanic turnout. She knows Latinos voted in record numbers especially in states like Georgia, Nevada and Arizona – “a key state for us.” Eliana admitted Google used its power to ensure millions of people saw certain hashtags and social media impressions. The goal was to influence behavior during the election.

Google also supported partners like Voto Latino to offer rides to polling stations.

Watch: Tucker Carlson puts Google on blast

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