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Google is up to their old tricks.
If you search Google for "presidential candidates," all that shows up is Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders and Green Party candidate Jill Stein.
Donald Trump, according to Google, is not a presidential candidate.
Here's an archive of the search in the event they change it.
For contrast, here's what shows up on Bing:
While the democrat shills at Google will no doubt claim this is a "mistake," it sure is funny how all their "mistakes" happen to favor Hillary, is it not?
Here's a video shared on r/The_Donald showing how the auto-complete results are also being rigged:
It came out earlier this year Google was censoring anto-complete terms for "Crooked Hillary":
Julian Assange said earlier this year: “Google is directly engaged with Hillary Clinton’s campaign."
As RT reported last month:
Assange is far from the only one to notice the link between Google and the Clinton campaign. Behavioral Psychologist Dr. Robert Epstein has pioneered research on how search engines affect elections and much more. He told Lee Camp, host of RT America’s ‘Redacted Tonight’, that “when one candidate is higher in search rankings "’ that is, looks better than another candidate in search rankings "’ that shifts a lot of votes to that candidate. And it’s not a tiny number. It’s a very, very big number of votes.”It's clear as day, Google is in the tank for Hillary Clinton.
Once Trump is elected president, they need to be investigated for violating antitrust laws.
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