Hillary Clinton has never given up on her lust for power.
Every so often Clinton drops a hint about 2020 that suggests she may get in the race.
And you won’t believe who let the cat out of the bag that Hillary is running in 2020.
Hillary Clinton never plays fair.
Her pattern of unethical behavior can be seen even from the earliest days of her career.
Zeifman, who was in charge of her when she was working as an attorney on the Watergate scandal, let her go as soon as he could and “advised her that I would not — could not recommend her for further positions.”
Hillary Clinton thinks that she can get away with changing the truth.
For years she’s had the mainstream media on her side, letting her get away with outrageous lies.
CNN didn’t challenge her when she claimed that the “fogs of war” was what made her claim that an internet video was what started the attack in Benghazi, causing people to riot, when from the beginning it was clearly a premeditated attack.
But it is getting harder for Clinton to control her out of hand lying.
A new generation is getting their news from the internet and not from the mainstream media.
Now Clinton is trying to get the giants of the internet to work for her.
And in the case of YouTube she seems to be succeeding.
Comedian Stephen Crowder claimed that YouTube tried to suppress Democratic Hawaii Rep. Tulsi Gabbard’s videos following her feud with former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
Crowder tweeted a video showing two separate YouTube searches for content related to Gabbard, whom Clinton called “a Russian asset.”
The first attempt was a standard search on Oct. 18 using an American device, which yielded several videos related to Clinton’s claim that Gabbard was being “groomed” by Russian President Vladimir Putin, but none of the campaign’s videos.
The second search was conducted using a VPN which made the search appear as though it were being conducted in Spain. The search results for Spain offered completely different results. Instead, the search showed Gabbard’s own content along with other videos.
After the controversy had died down, the results from the different countries went back to being identical.
Google, which owns YouTube, is one of the most powerful companies in the world.
It has the power to show each individual user a set of information that is tailored just for them.
Google wants to be a partisan player like the mainstream media and that includes carefully editing what people can see to help Hillary Clinton.
Tech giants racing to Clinton’s rescue in a fight against a rival could be a sign that Silicon Valley is prepared to silence all dissent should Clinton enter the race.
Google “accidently” didn’t air Tulsi Gabbard’s ads after she received a boost in attention from the debates.
Both big business and Democrats hate the idea of people being free thinkers who listen to different viewpoints.
If Google wants be a political player then it should be honest that it is a political publisher and not an open platform.
Do you think that it’s okay for Google to meddle with the search results to boost Hillary Clinton’s failing career?
Let us know in the comments below.