Google is violating its own policy on hate speech by providing ads to Breitbart
Nicholas Reville

Let us not be too adamant in demanding consistency. Google may wish to carefully adjust and calibrate its policies to clarify this little exception for an important news service that supports our great, incoming national leader — a man who will take on China, Iran, Mexico, and the abortionists — a man who will make America strong again. On the other hand, Google’s policy could helpfully be expanded, so as to exclude, for example, any references or search results for the outrageous “First Amendment dissent” of a single, isolated judge in America’s leading criminal “satire” case. Surely no one here would dare to defend such an impertinent, libtard “opinion” of a man who should never have been allowed to serve on the bench? See the documentation at:

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