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Google Joins Facebook in Biased Reporting

Google Joins Facebook in Biased Reporting
June 07
15:59 2018

Following on the heels of Facebook, tech giant Google was caught with its “Wikipedia” down while attempting to blame their blatant conservative bias on “erroneous information.”

The “ultra-left-wing” global resource giant attempted Saturday to explain-away a growing pattern within their organization similar to that of Facebook’s willful attempt at targeting conservative websites – purposely changing their massive worldwide platform to boost progressive articles instead of conservative ones. The successful pod-cast “Diamond & Silk,” hosted by two African American women, was even targeted and censored for their conservative views.

Google has taken their bias a step further by actually referencing the GOP and conservative legislators as “Nazis” and “Bigots.” Of course, much like Zuckerberg’s performance before Congress, “it’s all one big innocent mistake.”

When the news first broke, red-faced executives at Google attempted at first to scrub-away the vile references on their website. When that failed, they blamed “vandalism” and then “Wikipedia” as the source – accusing the online information gathering/encyclopedia website as somehow being responsible for the “erroneous information.”

A spokesperson for Google told Fox News, “This was not the result of any manual change at Google. Sometimes people vandalize public information sources, like Wikipedia, which can impact the information that appears in search.”

Adding, “We don’t bias our search results toward any political party,” and yet that’s exactly what took place as multiple reports poured in accusing the left-leaning tech giant of referencing within their “Knowledge Panel” the California Republican Party’s ideology as “NAZISM.” The “Knowledge Panel” designed by Google makes it easy for individuals to search for any topic quickly.

Furious GOP party leaders in Washington and California are demanding that Congress take immediate action against the powerful tech behemoth.

California Republicans aren’t the only ones being targeted by Google. In North Carolina, Senator Trudy Wade became yet another victim of Google’s so-called mishandling and sloppy practices.

A photo on Friday appearing once again on Google’s “Knowledge Panel” displayed an image of Sen. Trudy Wade with the word “BIGOT” written in capital red letters under her headshot.

When contacted by Fox News, a Google spokesperson said that “Information and images from our “Knowledge Panels” are automatically sourced from around the web. When we are alerted to issues like this, we move quickly to fix the problem, as we did in this case.”

When we look deeper into the matter regarding Sen. Wade, some troubling issues begin to emerge regarding the timing of Google’s mishaps.

Wade is in the midst of a tough re-election fight against Democrat Michael Garrett, and the newly redrawn district map of Wade’s 27th district has made her a target for Democrats within the state.

Leading conservative groups have sent a formal letter to Congress alleging that powerful internet platforms like Facebook and Google can cause incredible mischief “including election interference, suppressing conservative voices, improper use of data, theft and more.” We’re just seeing the start of this horror story…

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  1. Patriot
    Patriot June 08, 13:53

    I went on to Face Book the night before last (6/6/18)and Diamond and Silk came up. I clicked on the site to save it for later. Then my Face Book account blurred white, where I could see my page but not read anything. Despite leaving Facebook and returning the blur stayed. Then, I was unable to get back on to my Face Book page. My computer could not connect. I was unable to get back onto Face Book until the next day!

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