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In for spin!
Crimecorn's OP is the actual spin.
Epstien is a butthurt Google hater who has been after them since 2012 because they rightfully put a warning on search results for his site that said it had walware.
He later admitted the site was infected, but tried to blame Google for not fixing it. Lmfao.
But of course this one biased "reasearcher" is correct about google swaying voters towards Hillary, and all the other rrsearch that shows Google results pushed people towards pro-Trump sites (even fake russian sites) are #fakenews according to the hypothetical OP.
Except that an actual google insider went public and confirmed all this prior to this news.
I didn't finish the full 20 minutes but didn't see anything in the 1st half that "confirmed" that google actually gave votes to Hillary.
I did however, listen to the OG for 2 years saying that social media and the internet cannot influence voters when they were defending the accusations that Russian websites and bots were influencing the election.
But hey, if this one Epstien dude makes a claim based off a 21 person study, it must be fact now!
I guess the difference here would be 5K worth of adds and memes VS a search engine changing the results for a whole country.
With that said I don't think it swayed anywhere near as much votes as this guy claims.
You do realize google results were leading a bunch of people to Brietbart and the likes as well as russian propoganda sites during the election cycle as well right?
5k worth of ads and memes is quite the downplaying of the proven russian interference in the 2016 election.
Don't take my word for it....
The majority of the Russian ad spend happened AFTER the election. We shared that fact, but very few outlets have covered it because it doesn’t align with the main media narrative of Tump and the election. https://t.co/2dL8Kh0hof— Rob Goldman (@robjective) February 17, 2018