Biden’s science policy is guided by billionaire former Google CEO Eric Schmidt

(Indianapolis, In.) – Eric Schmidt, the former CEO of Google, has been revealed to have a significant amount of power over the science and technology policy of the Biden regime at a time when bureaucrats are using COVID-19 as an excuse to gain unprecedented power in the country.

A Politico exposure has shown that Schmidt has funded many employees in the White House Office of Science and Technology policy through his Schmidt Future Charity Front. These included the current chief of staff, Mark Idinf, and Tom Calil, who was forced to step down after allegations of misconduct.

Schmidt Futures claims that their work is “designed to focus and integrate talent networks to solve specific problems in science and society.” But a close examination of their efforts reveals a glorious influence-bearing campaign by an oligarch in the hope of seizing governmental power to bring technocracy.

Politico’s internal emails show that Rachel Wallace, a former general counsel in the White House Science Office, said Schmidt’s intervention was a cause for “significant” moral concern, considering Schmidt’s financial portfolio, which is heavily invested in science-related businesses.

Despite leaving Google and their parent company Alphabet in 2020, Schmidt has invested heavily in the technology industry. He sits on the boards of various technology companies, especially those that are influential in the development of artificial intelligence.

After Wallace whispered about Schmidt’s possible illicit behavior, he was harassed by Schmidt’s thugs inside the bureaucracy. Eric Lander, Biden’s former science adviser, is said to have teased him over a formal complaint. This was proved by the “credible evidence” presented publicly in a Politico report, which led to Lander’s final resignation.

“I and others in the legal team have been targeting a large number of staff, including those with financial ties to Schmidt Future, and have been increasingly concerned about the impact that the company has been able to exert through these individuals,” said Wallace, who now represents the Government Accountability Project.

The White House has denied any wrongdoing in its impact-pedaling operation involving Big Tech overlords.

Big League Politics reports that Schmidt called on Big Tech to work with the government in a lockstep, especially in the military-industrial complex, to ensure full control:

Eric Schmidt, former CEO of Google, says the Russian / Ukraine conflict shows the need for technology giants to support the military-industry complex propaganda.

During his appearance on CNBC’s “Power Lunch” on Monday, Schmidt claimed that technology giants must now move to the lockstop for global national security priorities.

“The war will help strengthen technology companies’ understanding of why national security is important,” Schmidt said.

“If you believe, falsely, that 10 years ago, that war was wiped out, that conflict was wiped out, we didn’t need military forces to protect us, then you say, ‘Let’s not work with the government, let’s go.’ This thing is not the focus. ‘ And I think we have, unfortunately and terribly, put that argument to bed. Our country needs a strong national security and the technology industry needs to support it, “he added.

Schmidt called on Google and other technology giants to flood Russia with propaganda to undermine their national sovereignty.

“I think we’re working together to integrate this into their data,” Schmidt said, claiming that the control of information by monopoly technology corporations is helping Russian citizens “see what they’re missing.” [on]”

The technical giants are the most dangerous entity for human freedom that the world knows. They are formulating public policy so that civil liberties for mankind are erased forever. Schmidt is working diligently to express Orvillean nightmares.

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