Google Blackballs From Search Results As Part Of Its Pro-Hillary Campaign

When I hired a company to investigate Google’s claim of malicious code on, they found my site was clean. Google simply hated a blog post using a Wikipedia entry that contained a few sentences about rape hoaxes. They shut down my site from its search engine on August 18 because of hate facts. I didn’t fit the narrative they’re feeding the world.

I get it. They hate us. They want to replace us. Dissident voices must be destroyed.

Google and the other tech giants are at war with Donald Trump and his supporters. They want to replace us with foreigners who will be meek and work cheaply and not threaten the oligarchs. Similarly, Wall Street is donating to Hillary $99 for every dollar it sends Donald Trump. Goldman Sachs had banned its employees from donating to Trump but encourages donating to Hillary.

Finance, tech and media giants will do everything they think they can get away with to stop Donald J. Trump without committing suicide. When Trump is elected president, I hope he destroys them.

You’ll notice that Google doodles rarely if ever celebrate white Christian America. They celebrate Caesar Chavez and Martin Luther King and the Coalition of the Fringe.

The internet giants are working together to give you approved news.

What could possibly go wrong?

Washington (AFP) – Facebook, Twitter and news organizations including Agence France-Presse have joined a coalition of media and technology groups seeking to filter out online misinformation and improve news quality on social networks.
First Draft News, which is backed by Google, announced Tuesday that some 20 news organizations will be part of its partner network to share information on best practices for journalism in the online age.
Jenni Sargent, managing director of First Draft, said the partner network will help advance the organization’s goal of improving news online and on social networks.
“Filtering out false information can be hard. Even if news organizations only share fact-checked and verified stories, everyone is a publisher and a potential source,” she said in a blog post.
“We are not going to solve these problems overnight, but we’re certainly not going to solve them as individual organizations.”
Sargent said the coalition will develop training programs and “a collaborative verification platform,” as well as a voluntary code of practice for online news.
“We live in a time when trust and truth are issues that all newsrooms, and increasingly the social platforms themselves, are facing,” she said.
“Each partner is committed to sharing knowledge, developing policies and devising training in how journalists use the social web to find and report news.”
The announcement comes amid concerns over the growing role of social networks, especially Facebook, in delivering and filtering news, and sometimes allowing hoaxes and misinformation to proliferate.
The partner network includes Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, The New York Times, Washington Post, BuzzFeed News, CNN, ABC News of Australia, ProPublica, AFP, The Telegraph, France Info, Breaking News, Le Monde’s Les Decodeurs, International Business Times UK, Eurovision News Exchange and Al Jazeera Media Network.
Other organizations in the network include Amnesty International, European Journalism Centre, American Press Institute, International Fact Checking Network and Duke Reporters’ Lab.”

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