'Upset' over Trump win, Google determined to prevent repeat

Wednesday, September 16, 2020
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Billy Davis, Steve Jordahl (OneNewsNow.com)

Google HQ (newer pic)Google is doing what it can to make Donald Trump a one-term president even manipulating its own search engine to help Joe Biden.

The day after candidate Trump defeated Hillary Clinton, Google founder Sergei Brin famously recognized his “upset” and “sad” employees, and assured them he would to do what he could to influence the 2020 election.  

“I certainly find this election deeply offensive,” he told a post-Election Day assembly that was stunned and disappointed by the election results.

Almost four years later, it appears the titan of the online search has manipulated its own search engine so the phrase “Biden has” shows no results for the not-so-secret concern that the Democrat nominee is suffering from dementia or, worse, Alzheimer’s.

OneNewsNow used three other search engines -- Yahoo, DuckDuckGo, and Binge -- and all three auto-filled “Biden has” with “dementia,” which is an important issue for the future leader of the free world. Google did not.

Joe Biden & Donald TrumpDan Gainor of MRC TechWatch says it may seem like a minor issue but he insists it is not.

“Big Tech is not putting their thumb on the scale like people used to do. No,” he insists. “Big Tech has jumped up and down on the scale, and they are trying to throw their entire weight toward one candidate.”

Google’s open disdain for Republicans and conservatives is no secret. Brad Parscale, the Trump campaign’s tech-savvy guru, blasted Google in a 2019 USA Today op-ed for enjoying close ties to the Obama administration, which included weekly White House meetings, only to go to war against the Trump administration during the 2016 campaign. 

“Americans must be wary of powerful institutions,” Parscale wrote, “that seek to control what we see and hear.”

More recently, Republican senators grilled Big Tech this week in a subcommittee hearing over Google's online advertising decisions. 

With the election getting closer every day, Gainor says Google’s effort is just one part of a bigger, organized effort to help Biden win the White House.

Gainor

“They've gone to great lengths,” he says of Democrats, “to prepare 50 different organizations prepared to put bodies in the streets to protest, or seize space, or who knows what all..."

That reference is to a far-left coalition called Protect the Results, which predicts that Donald Trump will refuse to concede the election results. The group is planning for a “potential post-election crisis.”

You can sign up your own group, too --- using Google Form.

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