BOMBSHELL: Expert Confirms Google Swung Upwards of 10.5 Million Votes to Hillary In 2016
Everyone should be outraged. This is WRONG!
John Salvatore Published 2 days ago on July 19, 2019 By John Salvatore
At least 2.6 million votes went for Hillary Clinton that probably otherwise wouldn’t have.
That number might jump to over 10 million.
The funniest part is that Donald Trump still won.
Conservatives may want to begin boycotting Google if they haven’t already.
The anti-conservative bias the outlet has shown on a daily basis since the 2016 election is otherworldly.
President Trump appeared on Fox Business with Maria Bartiromo to share his thoughts after Google admitted they want to keep POTUS from winning in 2020.
Partial transcript, via Right Scoop: https://therightscoop.com/trump-responds-to-google-admitting-they-want-to-keep-trump-from-winning-in-2020/
TRUMP: You saw what happened yesterday with Google. Google was totally biased, like you know they talk about Russia, because they have some bloggers. And by the way some of those bloggers were going both ways they were for Clinton and for Trump.
MARIA: Well somebody at Google said they what happened in 2016 to happen in 2020. They don’t want it to happen again.
TRUMP: Let me tell you, they’re trying to rig the election. That’s what we should be looking at, not the phony witch hunt. This is the greatest political disgrace in history……
TRUMP: They should be sued. What’s happening with the bias, and now you see it with that executive yesterday from Google the hatred for Republicans. It’s not even like let’s lean democrat. The hatred. And actually I heard that all during my election. They were swamping us with negative stuff.
These privacy concerns have to be fully realized by the satiated public, whose ease of life blues a terrible danger lurking in the offing…specifically, what happens when the police ask Google to know everything about you?
In this ever-digital world, concerns over privacy are paramount as they stand, yet continuing to mount as well.
We have sacrificed privacy for convenience in the early Internet Age, much like we sacrificed freedom for security in the immediate wake of the September 11th terrorist attacks.
Now, with a few simple clicks, or the use of our thumbprint, any manner of ways to access the world are at our literal fingertips. A great deal of these niceties exist solely to drain our bank accounts, as major corporations the world over look to grease the tracks between their bank accounts and your hard work.