Google manipulating Clinton searches to boost candidate

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No real surprise. Google has been politically involved in the Arab Spring and finding their way to the Oval office. Throw Facebook into the political maelstrom and what we have is the beginning of the thought police coming into fruition.

(Washington Times) An explosive report released Thursday suggests that Google manipulated its search engine to boost Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton by burying unflattering stories about her.

A video posted by SourceFed, a news and pop-culture website, accused Google of attempting to boost secretly Mrs. Clinton’s candidacy.

“Thanks to the help of our editor Spencer Reed, SourceFed has discovered that Google has been actively altering search recommendations in favor of Hillary Clinton’s campaign so quietly that we were unable to see it for what it was until today,” said SourceFed’s Matt Lieberman in the video.

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15 thoughts on “Google manipulating Clinton searches to boost candidate

      1. The Night Wind

        But consider the levels of political correctness and conformity with Beltway policies that these contractors must submit to before they are even awarded contracts. When Assange speaks against ‘Exceptionalism’ he is not referring to promoting things like the Bill of Rights or Traditionalist American values abroad. He means the same type of ‘Exceptionalism’ that interest groups have imposed on the American people: Corporatism, the Rainbow Agenda, Domestic Espionage and the Security State, Cultural Marxism, etc.

        And contractors like Google are willing to support all of these policies for power and profit. They wouldn’t support the Clintons unless they were in agreement with their policies. As far as Sputnik is concerned: the world needs a counterweight to the corrupt US media.


        1. More corruption is a counterweight to corruption? Well, crooked people do sometimes come into conflict with each other and foul each others schemes. Adolf Hitler and Joseph Stalin, for example, did tear each others countries apart. That definitely interfered with their plans for world conquest. Nevertheless, I think Winston Churchill was a much better counterweight to Hitler than Stalin. Russia and Germany paid an awful price for their counterweights.

          Sputnik exists to peddle what Vladimir Putin would have us believe. Putin wants us to believe the worst possible lies about our country. Only a few of the most corrupt news media organizations in this country entertain such hopes.

          You want a counterweight to the corrupt US media? To some extent all of us believe things that are not true. Therefore, because even the best sources make mistakes, we have to crosscheck our sources. That includes reading opposition publications to verify that our own guys are not leaving stuff out (The truth sometimes becomes very uncomfortable.).

          Anyway, there are a few good voices out there. I suggest you keep hunting.


        2. The Night Wind

          I will grant you that Sputnik is not objective; but to be fair, it was founded to counter the egregious anti-Russian propaganda that US corporate media outlets have been peddling since the Sochi Olympics and the Maidan. Our media is only existing to peddle what Obama would have us believe and casts Russia in the most negative light.

          I agree with you that information needs to be analyzed, but as the National Assessment of Adult Literacy showed, the American public is very deficient in analytical skills. Which brings up another question: assuming that both sides’ media have a bias, what is behind that bias? Well, the US to Russia we can ask ourselves: Which country officially consults with religious leaders on social policy, and which one bans public displays of Christianity? Which country aggressively promotes the family institution, and which one promotes the Rainbow Agenda? Which one is engaging in global humanitarian efforts, and which one is imposing economic sanctions on countries to starve them into compliance? Which one intervenes military to support popular governments, and which one overthrows them and installs dictatorships? Which one is fighting Jihadi Islam, and which one is supporting Wahhabi Jihadist states? Which one maintains a public school system that invests in children’s education, and which one pushes Cultural Marxism and graduates illiterates? Which one is fighting substance abuse in its country, and which one is subsidizing Big Pharma to push dope on the general public?

          And there’s the point. If Russia’s media is biased and pushing Putin’s agenda, Putin’s agenda looks a lot closer to promoting the values that America once stood for than the Obama/Clinton agenda does.


      1. Your way ahead of us trusting comatose fools. Thanks for the link. What other service is available as good as google chrome? I will try it even though i hate changing programs.

        Regards and goodwill blogging.

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    1. You would not be surprised if I told you that Obama had a private meeting at the White House with a top Google staffer.

      So let’s try this bit of data: A total of 184 Obama White House officials met with a total of 170 Google (and captured company) staffers over the course of 427 meetings. So far.

      We don’t know what they talked about, but it seems likely that someone mentioned jobs. Over the course of Obama’s presidency, 61 Google people went to work for Obama, and 197 Obama staffers took up careers at Google companies. In some cases, they’ve transferred back. And in other cases, the Google people who came to work for Obama became the “negotiators” with folks still at Google, taking meetings within months of their arrival and raising many ethics questions.

      These are only the ones we know about, sprung loose by FOIA requests.

      Oh, and there have been 80 swaps so far between Google employees and European government officials.

      ===|==============/ Keith DeHavelle

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