Project Veritas' Google Document Shows "Louderwithcrowder.com" on a Block List
Are you really paranoid if there's apparent proof they're out to get you? It's abundantly clear Facebook has it out for us with their constant strikes on our page for the stupidest reasons, but now it seems The Google has this very website on a block list. According to a recent document dump from our friends over at Project Veritas, Google has "louderwithcrowder.com" on a block list for their Google Now devices:
According to leaked docs obtained by @JamesOKeefeIII of @Project_Veritas, we are being actively excluded from… https://t.co/FMThqenJ2J— Steven Crowder (@Steven Crowder)1565799714.0
Full interview with the now outed Google insider. Mention of the blacklist starts at the 10:20 mark:
From Project Veritas:
Among those documents is a file called “news black list site for google now.” The document, according to Vorhies, is a “black list,” which restricts certain websites from appearing on news feeds for an Android Google product. The list includes conservative and progressive websites, such as newsbusters.org and mediamatters.org. The document says that some sites are listed with or because of a “high user block rate.”
"High user block rate" to me sounds like users block those sites in high numbers. Also on the list are sites Daily Caller, Rebel Media, RedState and American Thinker. Say what you want about us or some other laughable sites on this list (I won't say what sites I think are laughable), but American Thinker has a high user block rate?
Listen, I understand not wanting to see certain content. If I never hear about Kim Kardashian again, I won't be sorry. But why block other people from reading about the Kardashians just because me and everyone else who's sane doesn't give the tiniest rats ass about she with a giant ass? Therein lies the butt rub.
Google has seemingly, allegedly (how am I doing, Half-Asian Bill?) blocked our site from appearing in Google's platform on Android. That kind of seems like Google isn't a free platform. If Google isn't a free and equal platform, then maybe they're a publisher with bias. Which hey, if that's what they want to be, fine. But maybe they should be treated as such.
Also I didn't see the Tumbler Merchants on this block list. I guess spreading cancer isn't a blockable offense.
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