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How Alex Jones Hijacked Google

Written by Gary North on August 27, 2016

Drudge ran an article that linked to Alex Jones’ InfoWars site. Here is his headline:

GOOGLE Hides ‘Clinton Body Count’…

It goes here, where we read:

Google has altered its search algorithm to prevent searches for “Clinton body count” from auto-completing, despite the term auto-completing when typed in on virtually any other search engine.

The ‘Clinton body count’ is an infamous list of alleged murders connected to the Clintons.

When a web user searches for “clinton body” on Bing or Yahoo Search, the suggested results all relate to the Clinton body count controversy.

However, search for the same term on Google and “clinton body” only returns suggestions related to auto-repair shops, and nothing to do with the Clinton body count.

Go ahead, try it for yourself.

So, I took this advice. I searched for “Clinton body count.” Guess what the top link is? The story on Inforwars about Google’s rigging of the algorithm. See for yourself. Click here.

This is great! Google tries a fast one, and InfoWars exposes it. Then the stupid algorithm lists InfoWars’ story as the top story on “Clinton body count.” Jones hijacked Google. He will bring traffic to his site.

(For the rest of my article, click the link.)

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