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Exposing The Myth of FREE and Fair Elections

The Threat Is Real

DECEMBER 08, 2023

Who Is Dr. Robert Epstein?

DECEMBER 26, 2023

About Dr. Epstein

Dr. Robert Epstein is the Senior Research Psychologist at the American Institute for Behavioral Research and Technology (AIBRT), a Harvard Ph.D., and former editor-in-chief of Psychology Today. He is also an author, journalist, and has held positions at several universities including Boston University, and Harvard University. 


Dr. Epstein leads the “Tech Watch Project,” a pioneering initiative dedicated to uncovering and mitigating the covert influences of Big Tech on our behaviors, social narratives, and, crucially, our electoral processes. Through this project, he has developed the world’s first 24/7 online monitoring system, a tool designed to safeguard our elections and protect our children from the profound manipulations of companies like Google. 

He has testified before Congress multiple times as recently as December 2023. 



Who are our watchdogs?

In the digital age, private entities, armed with psychological tools, manipulate elections as Big Tech’s iron grip shapes opinions and sways votes through:

  • Search suggestions,
  • Up next videos,
  • Top pages of search results and many more 

These are all what we consider ephemeral experiences, they disappear without a trace.

Our court-admissible data from the Tech Watch Project exposes intentional interference, providing a crucial step in controlling Big Tech’s power. Today, votes, particularly from undecided voters, succumb to Big Tech’s influence right up to Election Day.

Comprehensive Investigation

Our Tech Watchdogs are real individuals from all 50 states who replicate online experiences, uncovering online threats to protect democracy.

Data Privacy Priority

Unlike Big Tech, we place a premium on data privacy. We exclusively analyze aggregate data without any personally identifying information.

Crucial Preservation Role

Our agents play a vital role in preserving online content, emphasizing the need for extensive monitoring to tackle political bias.

Our Progress

Evolution of Captured Ephemeral Experiences/Search Results by Our Tech WatchDogs

Without our Watch Dogs, we are defenseless against Big Tech’s agenda, exposing us to their manipulation of social narratives and compromising election integrity.

Our Progress


2016 Presidential Election

We preserved 1.5 million searches and other online experiences
from 1,735 registered voters in the four most critical swing states.
Once again, we identified significant liberal bias in Google search
results, enough to have shifted more than 6 million undecided
votes to Joe Biden.


The 2020 Presidential Elections

We preserved 1.5 million searches and other online experiences
from 1,735 registered voters in the four most critical swing states.
Once again, we identified significant liberal bias in Google search
results, enough to have shifted more than 6 million undecided
votes to Joe Biden.


The 2022 Midterm Elections

We preserved over 2.5 million online experiences from 2,742
registered voters in 10 swing states. We identified liberal bias
significant enough to have influenced tens of millions of votes in
hundreds of midterm elections across the country.

Had Google refrained from intervening in the midterms, the GOP
would not have been left with a 2-seat minority. Instead, they
would have secured a majority ranging from 2 to 8 seats in the
Senate and a majority of 27 to 59 seats in the House.



We currently have over 13,000 participants across all fifty states,
collecting millions of online experiences 24/7. America’s Digital
Shield, the culmination of the past fifteen months of data, has been
launched, demonstrating Big Tech’s bias in online content across
the entire country. Additionally, we have enrolled over 2,000
minors in our youth content project to begin exposing Big Tech’s
nefarious activities when it comes to minors.

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