REPORT: Google Employees Manipulated Search Results To Fight Trump Travel Ban

This is what real collusion looks like. Google employees reportedly conspired to hurt Trump’s agenda. Once again, the left is shown to be doing what they accuse others of doing.

The Daily Caller reports:

GOOGLE EMPLOYEES SOUGHT TO MANIPULATE SEARCH RESULTS TO FIGHT TRUMP’S TRAVEL BAN: REPORT

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In the wake of President Donald Trump’s travel ban, Google employees reportedly discussed ways to manipulate search results in order to push back against the president’s order.

That’s according to a report from Fox News host and Daily Caller co-founder Tucker Carlson, who obtained emails showing the internal Google discussions about manipulating search results.

“Shortly after taking office, President Trump issued his now famous travel ban. Almost immediately, Google employees began plotting ways to undermine the president’s executive order,” Carlson reported.

A Google product marketing manager named Mackenzie Thomas on Jan. 29, 2017, sent an email to other Google employees that read: “There is a large brainstorm going on throughout the marketing org,” Thomas told coworkers, according to Carlson’s report, which was confirmed by The Wall Street Journal…

“In other words, Google employees wanted to alter search results to make them more positive, for political reasons. Thomas also suggested promoting links for making donations to organizations fighting the travel ban,” the Fox News host reported.

All this because their preferred candidate lost an election. The left is absolutely obsessed with power, specifically, their loss of it.

 

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