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Biased Google Search Results May Have Influenced 2018 Midterms

Despite insistent denials from Google executives, the evidence continues to mount that the company is using their enormous control over information to push a leftist agenda.

In the most recent example of Google’s dangerous bias, we are now seeing evidence that the company altered search results in an effort to influence the 2018 midterms – and the evidence shows that it may have worked.

According to a study conducted by Harvard Ph.D Dr. Robert Epstein, Google’s “clear Democratic bias” may have cost Republicans three Congressional seats in three highly-contested Southern California races. In the study, Dr. Epstein reports that at least 35,455 undecided voters in California may have been influenced by the search engine’s liberal slant. The study also reports that analysis of search results on Google show “a clear pro-Democrat bias in election-related Google search results as compared to competing search engines.”

In a democracy, information is power, and Google wields more control over the information that most Americans see than any other organization on earth. While Democrats are quick to become outraged over the idea that Russia may be attempting to influence our elections, they remain entirely silent on the proven instances of election meddling taking place right here in our own country.

One America News has more on the story below.

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