In an explosive new report, SourceFed claimed that Google has been actively working to suppress search results regarding the many scandals that revolve around Hillary Clinton. Matt Lieberman in SourceFed’s video, said:
“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.”
The most interesting example SourceFed presented was the autocomplete result if you were to type in “Hillary Clinton Cri,” which automatically filled in as “Hillary Clinton Crime Reform.”
Yes, “Hillary Clinton Crimes” was nowhere to be seen. However, it was the first thing to pop up on the Yahoo! search engine. Check out their video report:
“Which begs the question, why on Earth is it the first potential result? Apparently far more people are searching for ‘Hillary Clinton crimes’ than ‘Hillary Clinton crime reform.’ Google just doesn’t want you to know or ask.”
The last time she went to India was in 2011 — so why would that be the top autocomplete function? Well, only Google knows.
Again, they really have no reason to put this as the first result, as no one talks about Clinton and her India ties anymore. Check this out search-popularity graph for proof:
“The intention is clear. Google is burying potential searches for terms that could have hurt Hillary Clinton in the primary elections over the past several months by manipulating recommendations on their site.”
SourceFed has caught a lot of flak over its now-viral video. For example, Matt Cutts, former head of the Web Spam team at Google, tweeted that the report was “simply false.” But the examples SourceFed used seem to speak for themselves.
Americans know that the mainstream media and Hillary Clinton are at a war with GOP nominee Donald Trump — but do they know that Google may be helping the left achieve victory, too?
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