“Do No Evil,” or so went the motto adopted by Google early on. I don’t know how long it’s been since I used Google as my search engine. Anything having to do with it is off limits.

This excerpt is from a piece by Leo Goldstein at American Thinker titled: “Google and Its Pals Are Worse than Anyone Thought”


Here’s just one example of what Google does to polarize us. May God punish Eric Schmitt severely for what he and his kind have wrought upon us.


Google erased ‘COVFEFE’

The COVFEFE incident is mind-blowing. On May 31, 2017, following his visit to Saudi Arabia, President Trump tweeted “Despite constant negative press covfefe“. At this time, “covfefe” or “cov fe’fe” was recognized by Google Translate as an Arabic phrase and translated to mean “I will stand up”. Later, Trump confirmed that by tweeting “Who can figure out the true meaning of “covfefe” ??? Enjoy!”

Many people already understood its meaning and those who didn’t, could easily find it in Google Translate. But that same day, the NY Times declared that the word doesn’t exist, and that Trump supporters had spread the conspiracy theory of its existence and meaning. On June 1, Google literally deleted this and another transliteration of “I will stand up” from its Arabic-English dictionary! Google chose the New York Times opinion over reality and secretly forced that opinion on an unsuspecting public.

This coincided with the time period in which Obama holdovers were plotting to declare Trump mentally ill. Trump’s enemies seized on the covfefe tweets as an opportunity to further their false accusations, and ordinary liberals saw those tweets as the president promoting conspiracy theories.”

Covfefe?  Yes, please.  And are mine strong.