Google has truly laid down any shred of integrity the company might have left by taking two major actions over the last few days to help Hillary Clinton to victory in the election.

First, after a direct suggestion from a liberal New York Times reporter, the company has censored search results concerning Hillary’s health.

Second, they’ve started dumping campaign e-mails from Donald Trump and Donald Trump only into people’s Spam folders, never to be seen.


Earlier this month, a New York Times reporter responded to Rudy Giuliani’s suggestion that people search for the phrase ‘Hillary Clinton illness,’ saying “Google should fix this” and not “give quarter to conspiracy theorists.”

Lo and behold, it looks like Google complied.

Via Fox News Insider:

Google is being accused of burying internet searches about Hillary Clinton’s health.

A new report says the web’s most popular search engine returns search suggestions that have nothing to do with recent rumors and allegations about the Democratic presidential nominee’s health issues.

Several social media users posted images showing “Hillary Clinton’s he” typed into the Google search bar. The auto-complete suggestions include “Hillary Clinton’s headquarters,” “Hillary Clinton health plan,” and “Hillary Clinton’s healthcare plan,” but nothing about her actual health.

Below is one such example of the difference in search results for Google, Bing, and Yahoo:


And another …


In addition to favorable search results, Google has been dumping Donald Trump emails into Spam folders on and off for some time, but they really stepped up their game over the last couple of days.

Daily Mail reporter David Martosko tweeted about the revelation earlier today.


I personally have found myself on both campaign lists and can attest that the Donald Trump e-mails are tossed into Spam at a much higher rate than the Clinton campaign e-mails.



And when I say “much higher rate,” I mean at about a ratio of 29-0 over the last 30 days.

In fact, my spam folder is littered with emails from Paul Ryan, Eric Trump, Donald Trump Jr.:



None, I repeat none, are from the Clinton campaign or any other Democrats who send emails to my address, such as New York Democrat Paul Tonko.



All six emails sent from the Donald Trump campaign landed in my Spam folder yesterday and today.

You can draw your own conclusions.

Cross-posted at the Political Insider