Some diligent digging by The Daily Caller (link below) exposes the totally unsurprising information that Google’s new, much vaunted fact-checking algorithm, which displays "fact-checks" next to allegedly disputed stories in search results (for the benefit of stupid liberals and lefties who can't think for themselves, almost exclusively identifies stories in conservative media. So while "Trump plans to go after Beos for wrecking High Street," (which is true) will be censored while Clinton funded researchers find evidence Trump is a shape shifting lizard from an alien race of wannabe galactic overlords will get the thumbs up.
All in all it has been a lousy year so far for Google (and as it couild not have happened to a more desrving bunch of corporate fascists, let's hope it continues: information released as part of the preliminaries to the James Damore led class action lawsuit against his former employers for discriminating against conservatives has revealed an atmosphere of extreme progressive bias at the company, (how the hell else does anyone think google execs. were invited to sit in on Obama administration cabinet meetings in The White House?), and the political shaming and intimidation of conservatives and white males. Now there is evidence that the company’s hyper-partisan bias is trickling down into its product.
And let's not forget that the name of James Damore came to prominence when he exposed the hypocrisy in adversising their politically correct, egalitarian hiring policy when the technical and executive is heavily biased towards men. Damore cited scientific studies to show that men are better equipped for such jobs in spite of claims from the screeching feminist lobby to the contrary.
The latest setback for Google is far more than just an internal problem that leaked however, it shows that beyond being a bunch of fascistic hypocrites, the corporation now seek to manipulate the democratic process. When you search for a conservative news site, for example, Breitbart, Google will show you a list of topics that the site has focused on, as well as a tab for "reviewed claims." These are stories that have been reviewed by "fact-checkers" like Snopes and Politifact both of which have been exposed as sites run by supporters of the Democratic Party and of having shown political bias in their published results.
Like Google, these so-called "impartial fact-checkers" claim to be unbiased, but have a history of partisanship. Snopes, for example, is staffed with rabid anti-Trumpers, while Politifact is funded by a Clinton Foundation donor and routinely comes to empirically dubious conclusions that typically favor Democrats.
Not all news sites have a "reviewed claims" tab under their name, however. Some just have "writes about," with no reviewed claims.