Media Research Center President Brent Bozell on Thursday blasted Google on Fox News at Night after yet another MRC study exposed the Big Tech giant’s left-wing bias just days before the historic 2022 midterm elections.
Bozell didn’t hold back on the anti-American, anti-free-speech “Googlers” attempting to subvert American elections. “This is an illegal corporate contribution by Google, trying to affect elections,” Bozell said. “Anyone running for office, if you’re a voter, you want information, in seven out of ten cases, you couldn't find the candidate if he was Republican.”
Fox News host Trace Gallagher noted the tremendous influence Google wields over the midterm elections. The implications of MRC Free Speech America’s bombshell Nov. 2 report are staggering, according to Gallagher. “Ninety-two percent of people were going on Google to look for that candidate,” Gallagher said. Business Insider has reported that over 90 percent of all search engine searches are conducted through Google.
The MRC Free Speech America study on Big Tech critics was the third major study exposing Google's bias in the leadup to the midterm elections. An Oct. 25 MRC Free Speech America study caught Google burying 10 of 12 Senate Republican Party candidates’ campaign websites while highlighting their opponents campaign sites in organic search results.
“If you’re a Republican candidate and you say something wrong, Google will bury you,” Gallagher said.
MRC Free Speech America conducted an in-depth analysis of Google, Bing and DuckDuckGo searches related to 10 key congressional races involving politicians who have heavily criticized the Big Tech platform for their obsession with censorship.
“We looked at the top ten critics of Google running for reelection, five in the House, five in the Senate,” Bozell said. “Less than one percent of people go past the first page. In all ten cases, the algorithms were manipulated against the Republicans. In seven of the ten cases, the Republicans were pushed off the front page.”
The results of our study revealed that Google “censored the search results for Big Tech critics 100 percent of the time.” And the study showed that Google was more biased than its competitor search engines, Bing and DuckDuckGo. Bing highlighted the Republican opponents’ campaign websites half of the time, while DuckDuckGo showed republican opponents’ campaign websites in 4 out of 10 races. [Emphasis added].
Bozell also discussed widespread newspaper bias against Republicans running for office across the country. “It’s not the bias, folks, that is offending me,” Bozell said. “It’s them lying about the bias that’s offending me.”
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