Google staff are resigning in protest after a leak exposed the company's plan to work with the Communist Chinese government.

A leaked video of a company-wide meeting at Google HQ this month exposed what we all felt we knew all along — the world’s most influential company is firmly left-wing and is working behind the scenes to ensure conservatives in America do not win another election ever again.

Now, the Google’s own employees are resigning in protest after learning about a secretive project in development — Project Dragonfly — that will help the authoritarian Communist regime in China suppress its citizens and wield total control over the masses.

The project itself is an attempt by Google to enter the Chinese market by delivering a custom-made censorship engine to the Communist regime. Google has not had a presence in China for almost ten years, but China’s communist leaders are impressed by Google’s censorship of American citizens.

This August, the lid was blown off the secret Google project, which only a few hundred staffers knew about while it was in development. The leak exposed revelations including the fact CEO Sundar Pichai met with a Chinese Communist official as well as secretive tech demonstrations of the censorship program.

This secret Google program will give China’s Communist government the tech giant’s power and presence, while ensuring its citizens remain censored and oppressed.

Western Journal reports: Recent leaks from Google have shown that the company may have acted to influence voters in United States elections through their search engine, so it’s not hard to imagine China seeing great potential in this power.

While this sounds horrific to Americans who value a free and open election, it reads like an advertisement to the oppressive Chinese regime.

The Chinese government is no friend to freedom of speech. Crackdowns are frequent, and even searches for certain things are crimes against the communist government. Project Dragonfly would put Google’s name on that sort of censorship.

After being revealed, the program sparked a major backlash.

Senior Google scientist Jack Poulson brought his reservations about the program to management. After unproductive talks with leadership, Poulson left the company on August 31.

Six others have also left, citing hypocrisy and a lack of transparency.

The leak of Dragonfly and the resulting high-profile exit of a senior researcher come at a time when Google is already weathering a political storm over questions about bias.

Even President Donald Trump is weighing in, alleging that Google is skewing the search results of anyone who looks up news about him.

Other conservatives have also complained, coming forward over an alleged bias against right-leaning Americans.

Google seems to be doing little to calm lawmakers and conservative Americans. Instead, one of their most famous incidents in the midst of the recent scandals has been their absence at a Senate intelligence committee. Facebook and Twitter both had representatives present at the meeting.

According to the leak, Project Dragonfly could launch in as soon as six months.

Is a product like this in the works for the American market? It’s terrifying to think of what Google could accomplish if they actively began to tamper with search results.

Until then, we’re left to watch them censor in China.