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Sep 13 2017

Confirmed: Google Systematically Suppresses Conservative Thought on Internet

Anyone running a site like this one can give you anecdotal evidence. Now we have mathematical evidence. Google — Number One Gateway to the Internet — is using its alarming power to suppress traffic to conservative websites.

A new research report written by mathematician and DefyCCC editor, Leo Goldstein, alleged that Google’s search function is biased against conservative news sites, and specifically notes that the topics of climate change and general politics are impacted as a result.

Conducting his research through Alexa, Goldstein found the following:

Google’s search functionality “is found to be biased in favor of left/liberal domains,” and “against conservative domains” with what he calls a confidence of 95 percent.

The percentage of “hard-left” domain traffic which are referred to websites by Google Search are heavily disproportionate to that of more conservative-leaning websites

There appears to be evidence that “hard-left” domains have been “hand-picked” for prominent placement.

Google says that it has integrated new algorithms to reduce “misleading information.” To get an idea of what the fanatics running Google might regard as “misleading information,” consider what it did to a moderate guy like James Damore for expressing commonsense opinions.

Google “evaluators” flag content not only for being “misleading,” but also for being “offensive.” That might explain why, which used to get most of its traffic through Google, now gets hardly any.

Less traffic means less revenue. Less revenue means less time. Less time means less pushback against radical leftism on the Internet.

Google’s grip on power won’t last forever. But things are likely to get worse before they get better.

30 Responses to “Confirmed: Google Systematically Suppresses Conservative Thought on Internet”

  1. Saxon Warrior says:

    That’s the reason why clever conservatives need to stop relying on one basket to put their eggs in. We should not be afraid to share with each other and steal from each other in order to preserve the truth. Moonbattery (the entire site) should be stored on a private hard disk (copies made if necessary) just in case the worst happens.
    And don’t forget old fashioned paper. If a time ever comes when all electronic devices can be scanned or erased magnetically maybe even by drones that send out a signal wiping data from your laptop, your phone and any USB devices on your person, then books will be indispensable again.
    Keep your miniature hard drives that are small enough to be hidden and carried because books can be burned.
    But keep your books too because they independent of electronics and all power supplies. Diversity of media is the answer.
    We need to preserve and document history as it happens and even if that means scratching it out in secret hieroglyphics on tablets of stone we should do it! Use everything and every means possible.

  2. ICEvictim says:

    “misleading information.”
    ahhh, The Ministry Of Truth. Orwell was right.

  3. ICEvictim says:

    I’ve been using Bing for ages. If you guys know of any better search engines please put them on this thread.

  4. Tchhht!!! says:

    Check out DuckDuckGo for one.

  5. ICEvictim says:

    yeah, I’ve heard of it. I’ll drop in for a look. Thanks.

  6. grayjohn says:

    At Google “Misleading” = Truth.

  7. Anonymous says:

    Ah, Democrats’ “narrative”– a B.S. story that works better than the truth…

  8. Anonymous says:

    Not to mention anti-Google protests squashed by threat of Antifa violence…

    “Nationwide Anti-Google Protests Canceled Due to Antifa Threats,” by Rick Moran, American Thinker, 17 Aug 2017

  9. rpp618 says:

    Pardon me, lying moron. But then, that is the same as calling someone a leftist.

  10. daPenguin says:

    Ok, so at the risk of ticking some of you off, why would you use either Google or Apple? Bing search does a really good job and I see no reason to put more money in Apple’s pocket.

  11. Eddie_Valiant says:

    Try also Good search that doesn’t keep your history or track you.

  12. Eddie_Valiant says:

    You sir are spot on!

  13. Anonymous says:

    True– if they were bright, they wouldn’t need socialism…

  14. Gail Finke says:

    When did you stop getting most of your traffic through Google? And where does most of it come from now?

  15. Dave Blount says:

    Most of my traffic was from Google until a few years ago. That has fallen to almost nil. Most traffic is direct now. Apparently the site is “almost blacklisted,” like some others.

  16. Bodhisattva says:

    Also this:

    Amazon deletes one-star reviews of Hillary Clinton’s new book

  17. Eddie_Valiant says:

    Shameful Dave, just shameful.

  18. DEPLORABLE says:

    THE MOST OBVIOUS STATEMENT I’VE SEEN THIS DECADE: “Google Systematically Suppresses Conservative Thought on Internet”

  19. Anonymous says:

    Convenient, no? Who co-ordinated the Antifa support for Google?

  20. cieran58 says:

    Just another of the reasons i refuse to use anything google . not browser( Pale Moon), not search engine (Duck Duck Go) no You Tube account, no Gmail.

  21. […] Google may be the worst, but it is hardly alone. Every pillar of the Internet establishment is devoted to moonbattery — although they advance it with varying degrees of aggressiveness and deviousness. […]

  22. magic1114 says:

    Damn! I’d love to find that “Google Thought Police” picture on a T-Shirt!

  23. Ron Noyfb says:

    Google went from “Do no evil” to just “BE EVIL” and any conservative that uses Google should be ashamed.

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