Google said they had a small issue where you couldn’t search for the GOP nominee Donald Trump, but they’ve conveniently fixed it.
According to Google, the omissions were the result of a “technical bug” in the Knowledge Graph, the massive information mapping system that provides the top results bar under many fact-based searches. Isn’t it funny how technical glitches by Google and other left wing mainstream media sources never happen to the Democrats?
This was a stupid lame excuse on Google’s part, but if you don’t know Donald Trump is the Republican nominee by now and don’t know how to get any info you want on him, you live under a rock.
Googling the presidential candidates Wednesday morning didn’t produce the exact results some people would expect.
Searching for the term ‘presidential candidates’ brought up a handy guide above all of the other search results with pictures of candidates with active campaigns. Clicking on an image brought up searches for the candidates.
The only problem is that Republican candidate Donald Trump wasn’t included. Neither was Libertarian nominee Gary Johnson.
We found a technical bug in Search where only the presidential candidates participating in an active primary election were appearing in a Knowledge Graph result. Because the Republican and Libertarian primaries have ended, those candidates did not appear. This bug was resolved early this morning.” — Google Spokesperson
They always have technical problems when it comes to Republicans or conservatives but never for anyone else.
Google is “high tech liberalism” at work according to Wikileaks founder, Julian Assange, who has been hacking and studying geopolitics of the world for years. So we should not be surprised.
Do you think it was an accident?
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