The reason Google is useless for conservative searches

Following the firing this week of a valued employee for the thoughtcrime of questioning gender quotas, Breitbart is running a series called “Rebels of Google.” Whistleblower employees are exposing the purposeful censorship by Google – not only of free thought within the company, but on the internet.

  • Alain

    This is exactly how tin-pot dictators operate. I hope to see Google go down in flames and ruin along with YouTube and Facebook and Twitter.

    • Bla Bla

      Better yet, time to declare them a public utility and regulate the bastards heavily to ensure they don’t continue to play their little neo-marxism games. Come to think of it, since they are a defacto monopoly with respect to search engines, maybe it’s also high time to split them up.

      • Brett_McS

        That’s what the left are trying to do with the internet itself. Best not encourage them.

        • Old Guy

          Leadership is the problem.

          With a change in the top leadership and a change in culture Google could be all it can be.

          There’s an old adage “the character of the kingdom emanates from the charter of the king.”

        • Bla Bla

          Hmmm, that’s net neutrality. With declaring an infrastructure a public utility, the owners would be not allowed to censor those they deem unfit. Everyone would have access – much like say the telephone networks of today… Criminals, despicable, regular folk, etc can use them with no fear of getting booted off.
          Imagine if you weren’t allowed to use a phone in this modern day , or access the Internet because you held conservative beliefs? That’s what google and the rest of the monopolistic tech companies are up to.

  • Brett_McS

    Conservatives, embrace degooglefication!

  • Norman_In_New_York

    Fortunately, BCF gives me all the search answers I need, which is why I follow this blog closely. The mods do the research so that I don’t have to and the results usually align with my instinctive reasoning.

  • Hard Little Machine

    Google and Facebook are poised to appoint the next president or maximum leader or whatever we call them by then