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Google Censors Marketplace Search Kyle Rittenhouse

Blaze recently published an article with a frightening warning about big tech totalitarianism: Google is censoring searches for Kyle Rittenhouse in the same way it censors searches for Adolph Hitler and the Taliban.

Follow to the article:

As of Sunday night, when you do a Google search for “Kyle Rittenhouse shirt“On the shopping tab of the tech platform, you get a message that says: “Your search – Kyle Rittenhouse shirt – did not match any shopping results. ”

Curiously, right below the message is a paid ad from a company selling 20 different Kyle Rittenhouse shirts.

The paper then includes a picture of those censored market results:

To be clear, that censored result is purely for Google’s marketplace. The “search” page still includes results for Kyle Rittenhouse shirts. That’s despite Google’s marketplace for selling shirts that support serial killers, communist dictators, and other evil figures in history. As Blaze reports:

Google has no problem selling shirts with serial killers such as Jeffrey Dahmer, the cannibal sex offender who killed at least 17 men in Wisconsin, John Wayne Gacy, who was convicted of murdering at least 33 men and boys, and Ted Bundy, who raped and murdered at least 20 women and girls.

On Google shopping you can buy clothes with Che Guevara, One homophobia and the racist Marxist revolutionary; Pol Pot, the Marxist Khmer Rouge leader killed more 1.7 million won who had to work, starve, and be tortured for four years; Joseph Stalin, the Russian communist autocrats are said to have killed 20 million; and Chairman Mao, the Chinese communist tyrant killed 45 million won in four years.

Big tech shopping platform has no problem selling commemorative shirts Antifa, contribute to record high damage during the 2020 riots, too, Google has no problem with costumes praising Rene Boucher, the convicted neighbor of Rand Paul, who attack Republican senator and broke a rib in 2017.

So Rittenhouse, who was recently acquitted of all 5 counts brought to the jury, is a non-grata. Google won’t let you buy Kyle Rittenhouse shirts on its marketplace. But it will let you buy one of the serial killer Communist dictators, the sickly and twisted serial killers, and the Antifa thugs that burned down cities in 2020.

The only other market searches that Blaze found banned in a similar way were searches for “Adolph Hitler,” “Nazis,” “Taliban,” “Proud Boys,” and “Q-Anon.” And again, unlike the hordes of uncensored market results and people in search results like Hitler and the censored Taliban, Kyle is presumed innocent. While he may face civil lawsuits, the criminal charges against him have been dismissed!

And, even though Google’s censorship seems straight out of the 1984 or Red China, Google is not the only Big Tech company still censoring content related to Mr. Rittenhouse. Like the Federalist’s Josiah Lippencott reported in a recent article, Twitter censored him for saying Kyle Rittenhouse did nothing wrong… after a jury concluded that Kyle Rittenhouse did nothing wrong. As he stated in the article:

In the euphoric hours after Rittenhouse’s acquittal, I tweeted the phrase “Kyle Rittenhouse did nothing wrong” to my 10,000 followers. The tweet went viral, generating hundreds of retweets and thousands of likes. Includes a photo of my suspension, from a few days earlier, for saying the same phrase. I feel vindicated.

Twitter, however, has the last laugh. On Sunday morning, I woke up to another suspension for insisting that Rittenhouse was right. The first time has been 12 hours. This is for seven days.

Facebook is also censoring pro-Rittenhouse content, arguing that it violates their terms of service which promotes a dangerous individual.

Apparently, these Big Tech companies disagree with the law and argue that their opinion is more important than the jury’s verdict.

https://smartzune.com/google-censors-marketplace-searches-for-kyle-rittenhouse/ Google Censors Marketplace Search Kyle Rittenhouse

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