EXPOSED: Google Diversity and Inclusion VP Worked for Hillary Clinton

Google is under a firestorm for its recent firing of PhD engineer James Damore after his Google Manifesto about the lack of tolerance at Google for conservative viewpoints called “Google’s Ideological Echo Chamber.” Now it has come to light that Google’s Vice President for Diversity and Inclusion — Danielle Brown — is a hardcore leftist who worked on the Hillary Clinton presidential campaign.

In response to Damore’s memo, Brown wrote “Google is “unequivocal in our belief that diversity and inclusion are critical to our success.”

Brown continued, “Part of building an open, inclusive environment means fostering a culture in which those with alternative views, including different political views, feel safe sharing their opinions.”

James Damore was fired less than 24 hours later.

Posobiec Media conducted an investigation into Danielle Brown via her social media.

On November 3 and 4th, Google VP Brown tweeted that she was in Tempe, Arizona working at the Field Office for Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign “all weekend.”

On November 5th, Google VP Brown tweeted an image of her working to “Get out the vote in Tempe” using the Hillary campaign’s official hashtag #GOTVforHRC.

She then stated that she “made calls” and “lots of voters for Arizona Democrats and Hillary.”

Arizona is one of the closest states to California that was considered competitive in the 2016 election. The Hillary campaign during 2016 asked workers from reliably-blue California to travel to Arizona in attempts to “flip” the usually-red state to a Hillary win.

Donald Trump won Arizona 49%–45%.

After Hillary’s election loss, Google VP Brown began to follow an “alternative facts” account called Alt-POTUS 45 @IfHillaryHad which is a Hillary Clinton fan fiction account describing events in a fictional alternate universe where Trump did not win the election.

The account is incredibly vulgar and rarely posts tweets that do not use profanity (which is accurate to Hillary’s own vernacular). It includes tweets such as the following:

How could a person like Danielle Brown serve as the VP of Diversity and Inclusion when she herself is a hardcore left-wing activist?

Isn’t there a conflict of interest for Google’s VP of Diversity and Inclusion to be someone who was committed to Hillary Clinton and actively campaigned against the elected President of the United States?

What message is Google sending to its conservative employees by hiring a radical left-wing activist as its VP of Inclusion?

When asked about these pertinent and legitimate questions, here was Google VP Danielle Brown’s response: