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Google Wants to Hack the 2020 Election

The 2020 election is approaching fast, and Democratic presidential hopefuls are gearing up for what is sure to be an all-out war for the White House.

The candidates themselves aren’t the only ones strategizing on how to ensure a Democratic victory, though. Unfortunately, they are joined in this effort by one of the most powerful companies in the world.

Right now, Google is testing new algorithms that are intentionally designed to benefit Democratic presidential candidates and hurt Donald Trump heading into the 2020 election. As the gatekeeper to a nearly infinite source of information, Google holds a lot of power over what information Americans are able to see. Now, the question isn’t whether or not they will use that power to push a liberal agenda. Instead, the only question is how far will they go?

If news about Google’s latest algorithm updates is any indication, the answer is pretty far. Google seems to be growing less concerned about their bias showing by the day, and these new algorithms are one of the boldest examples of Google openly manipulating their search results in order to push a liberal agenda.

To learn more about the efforts that Google is taking to hack the 2020 election and ensure a Democratic victory, be sure to check out the video below.


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