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Slate has documented more electioneering on the part of the Hillary shills at Google.
If you Googled any of the U.S. presidential candidates over the past four months, you probably noticed an information box displaying their stances on specific political issues.
This matters because search engines are powerful brokers of political information that can shape an electorate’s perceptions. Political biases can emerge from the complex and opaque search algorithm, surfacing more or less supportive or critical information about candidates. With the issue boxes, Google is taking a more direct approach to curating information about the candidates. And, as we found, that comes with its own set of unique biases.
The list is relatively static, suggesting that any data-driven techniques to order the issues are moderated through human editing or approval, not unlike the Facebook Trends process that has recently come to light.This is much worse than bias in the media, no one really watches TV news any more, nor reads newspapers, online or otherwise.
Google on the other hand everyone under 30 uses regularly, same goes for Facebook and Twitter, all of which are being rigged in Shillary's favor.
The current sustained assault on Trump these last two weeks is like nothing I've ever seen. If Trump survives this onslaught the establishment media can be officially declared dead.
If you're one of the many people who have lost faith in the media you should be backing Trump -- even if only out of spite.
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