Google silences pro-life voices
By Iowans for LIFE
Did Google swing the election? We typed this sentence into Google’s search engine. The first result referred to the 2016 election, and was published on October 25th, 2016.
The second result was a “fact-checking” article from the New York Times that said former President Trump’s claim of voter fraud lacked evidence.
Neither result referred to the search terms we used, this from the search engine that controls 88% of the market.
By contrast, we typed the exact same search terms into DuckDuckGo’s search engine. The first result links to an article that says,
The second result says,
Both results directly referred to the words we used in our search. For the record, DuckDuckGo has but 2.3% of the market share.
This concerns Iowans for LIFE, and it should concern you, too. After all, Hillary Clinton and Joe Biden have been the most pro-abortion presidential candidates in history, while Donald Trump implemented the most pro-life policies in U.S. history.
Stick with us, because there is something you can do to fight back: Switch web browsers.
Time to switch web browsers
We recommend you switch to Brave which uses DuckDuckGo as their search engine. DuckDuckGo doesn’t manipulate data like Google does.
According to tech expert Dr. Robert Eptstein with the American Institute for Behavioral Research and Technology, this manipulation affected this past election:
“Then we found what seems to be a smoking gun. We found a period of days when a vote reminder on Google’s home page was being sent only to liberals. Not one of our conservative field agents received a vote reminder during those days. The good news is on that fourth day that we were monitoring, we went public with some of our findings and Google backed off. They literally shut off that manipulation that night, and so for four days before the election they were showing vote reminders to everyone finally.”
In light of this, should pro-lifers trust Google? Live Action says no:
“Google has shown a clear bias against pregnancy centers; originally categorized the pro-life film ‘Unplanned‘ as ‘propaganda;’ ditched an artificial intelligence advisory council after a conservative, pro-life black female leader was included on it; and has, via YouTube, suppressed Live Action’s pro-life message.”
So if Google silences pro-life voices, where should you go? Brave.
The Brave web browser is run by Brendan Eich, who is a free-speech advocate. You may remember him as the founder of Mozilla who was ousted from his own company in 2014 for being politically-incorrect and supporting traditional marriage in a California ballot initiative.
Brave claims to be three times faster than Chrome with better privacy by default from Firefox. They also claim to use less cell phone battery.
Iowans for LIFE recommends a switch to Brave/DuckDuckGo for more privacy and objective search engine results.
Downloading Brave is easy: Simply click the big orange button that says Download Brave.
Here’s something else you may want to do: Bring over all of your user names and passwords from Chrome. Most of us don’t remember them. But it’s fairly easy to import them all from Chrome to Brave. Here’s how:
In Chrome, go to:
2. Click on passwords
3. You’ll see three little vertical dots to the right of ‘Saved Passwords.’ Click on them, and then again on ‘export.’
Then in Brave, go to:
5. Click on Settings
6. Click on Additional settings
7. Click on Privacy & Security
8. Click on Passwords
9. You’ll see three little vertical dots to the right of ‘Saved Passwords. Click on them, and then again on import.
Google silences pro-life voices and has amassed formidable power. You can fight back by switching web browsers from Chrome to Brave, which automatically switches you from Google to DuckDuckGo.
[Iowans for LIFE stands up for the most vulnerable people in Iowa: the unborn. Would you like to be a part of our pro-life educational outreach? It’s simple: donate today. Thank-you.]
Has been a long drought since you have published……great to hear from you.
Alas, i don’t understand this new fangled ‘cheenerie. Probably would have to get one of our older grandkiddos to change to a different search engine. Blessings to y’all.