Who asked "platforms" like Google to to rank news sites like @WSJ, @CNN, @MSNBC? Why would they make apparent news decisions? How do they determine which is more credible than the next, and who is making these decisions? Leaked Google doc: pic.twitter.com/9Q8IR8yGED— James O'Keefe (@JamesOKeefeIII) August 14, 2019
I have sat in meetings with @Google executives where they swore there was just no way they could censor conservatives because of their algorithms. There were two dozen witnesses there. They were lying all along! BREAK THEM UP!https://t.co/760LjATMEX— Brent Bozell (@BrentBozell) August 14, 2019
Yes, it's totally normal that when you search "paul joseph watson youtube channel" on Google, my YouTube channel doesn't even appear on the first page of results.— Paul Joseph Watson (@PrisonPlanet) August 14, 2019
There's no bias at all!
They literally broke their own search engine to censor me (and many others). pic.twitter.com/HQFlgSFZxL
Remember @Google would-be whisteblowers -- California law protects your employment & provides strong remedy if you blow the whistle. Save your job, save the country, blow the whistle!— Robert Barnes (@Barnes_Law) August 14, 2019
The petition from @Google employees accuses the @CBP, @ICEgov, and the Office of Refugee Resettlement of abusing illegal immigrants, and it demands that Google not work with any of the agencies.— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) August 16, 2019