December 13, 2018
Google’s CEO Sundar “I’m dark like cinder” Pichai testified in front of Congress on Tuesday in response to accusations regarding the company’s relentless censorship campaign of conservatives on their platforms.
Luckily, Alex Jones was present. As one of Google’s censorship survivors, he confronted him after the hearing and chased him off of Capitol Hill, almost getting shot and killed by cops in the hallway.
Pichai said: “I lead this company without political bias and work to ensure that our products continue to operate that way. To do otherwise would go against our core principles and our business interests.”
Yeah right. Indeed, your censorship goes against the business interests of Google, which proves your bias. That’s a fatal blow to the mind of a Libertarian.
Congressman Ted “Ching Chong Ding Dong” Lieu (D-CA) blames right-wingers, denying Google manipulates search results, saying: “If you want positive search results, do positive things. If you’re getting bad press articles and bad search results, don’t blame Google or Facebook or Twitter – consider blaming yourself.”
Google CEO Sundar Pichai's Congressional hearing was a major missed opportunity. But here's one of more attention-grabbing moments. Rep. Ted Lieu: “If you are getting bad press articles and bad search results, don’t blame Google or Facebook or Twitter. Consider blaming yourself.” More: https://wired.trib.al/RBlBZfn
Gepostet von WIRED am Dienstag, 11. Dezember 2018
Jerry Nadler (J-NY) tops it all off with a jab at the Republicans about how whatever they will present is just going to be anecdotal evidence to support their conspiracy theory of Google’s censorship.
How many anecdotes do you have to present for them to become enough to prove a conspiracy, Jerry?
Here are some for Youtube censorship, and those are just some of the bigger, recent ones:
- Alex Jones
- The Ralph Retort
- Gavin McInnes
By the way, Jerry: if anecdotal evidence is not sufficient to prove anything, then what do we do about that “Holocaust” thing?