Google critic, Robert Epstein, now suggests his wife's fatal car crash was not an accident
20 Jan 2020 — #GroupThink
A high profile critic of Google, who accused the search engine of meddling in the 2016 election, has now suggested his wife's fatal car crash was not an accident. Robert Epstein, 66, said in July the internet giant's methods 'gave' millions of votes to Hillary Clinton during the 2016 presidential election.
“I know the number of votes that shifted because I have conducted dozens of controlled experiments in the US and other countries that measure precisely how opinions and votes shift when search results favor one candidate, cause, or company,” Epstein testified before the Senate in July.
Last year, after I briefed a group of state AGs about #Google's power to rig elections, one of them said, "I think you're going to die in an accident in a few months."— Dr. Robert Epstein (@DrREpstein) January 20, 2020
A few months later, my beautiful wife #Misti died a violent death. Makes you wonder. https://t.co/D2lw4e7QPI pic.twitter.com/c7zT1nn4K0
#Misti's awesome Ford Ranger was broadsided by a Freightliner semi towing 2 loads of cement. I had my ear to her heart for most of the last 100 minutes of her life. I heard her take her last breath, & heard the last beat of her heart. Mine is broken. https://t.co/D2lw4dQfr8 pic.twitter.com/d0RqnkR2y8— Dr. Robert Epstein (@DrREpstein) January 11, 2020
Watch Dr. Robert Epstein's Senate testimony from July 16, 2019 on Google's ability to sway elections based on the 'subliminal' effects of their search results on voters below.
Dr. Robert Epstein: How Big Tech’s Algorithms Can Impact Opinions and Votes—and the 2020 Election https://t.co/B6EPcRU4DU— Jacque King (@fearnothing23) January 20, 2020