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Hillary Clinton’s election battle is becoming more tense, as conspiracy theories against her are bubbling up, most involving a murder list of certain people.
Murder mysteries keep emerging, as the body count of people related to her increases every day. It was previously reported by Morning News USA that other than several dead people on Hillary Clinton’s past, the recent ones died less than a month apart.
The alleged list includes people like DNC staffer Seth Rich, lawyer Shawn Lucas, journalist and writer Victor Thorn, former DNC chairman Joe Montano, human rights activist Berta Caceres, and former UN General Assembly president John Ashe.
The latest news about the murder list allegations involves how Google manipulated its algorithm to hide and prevent searches for “Clinton body count” from being auto-completed. However, other search engines are allowing searches related to the body count controversy.
If a user searches for the term on Google, “clinton body” only gives back suggestions related to auto-repair shops, and nothing to do with the “Clinton body count.” The absence of auto-complete on Google allegedly indicates that the company changed its algorithm to sweep conspiracy theories under the rug.
This is the third time the search engine company has been accused of algorithm manipulation. The Washington Times reported that earlier in June it was revealed Google was indeed tampering with search results to bury incriminating stories about the Democratic candidate.
The publication reported that as one typed “Hillary Clinton cri-,” Google’s auto-complete suggestion brings “Hillary Clinton crime reform” as top choice. Other search engines like Bing or Yahoo showed the most popular search topics like “Hillary Clinton criminal charges” and “Hillary Clinton crime.”
Politico researched on the issue of Google’s algorithm manipulation. The research stated that Google’s algorithm can easily turn voting preferences of undecided voters by 20 percent and up to 80 percent. The process is so sharp, it will not let anyone realize they are being manipulated.
In his book, When Google Met WikiLeaks, Julian Assange explained the special relationship between Google, Hillary Clinton, and the State Department. He explained how the relationship will change the future of the Internet, as reported by WikiLeaks.
Assange wrote that the director of Google Ideas, Jared Cohen, was a former adviser at the U.S. Department of State. Cohen acted as an adviser to Hillary Clinton when she was Secretary of State.
“His[Cohen] documented love affair with Google began the same year, when he befriended Eric Schmidt as they together surveyed the post-occupation wreckage of Baghdad,” Assange said.
“Just months later, Schmidt re-created Cohen’s natural habitat within Google itself by engineering a ‘think/do tank’ based in New York and appointing Cohen as its head. Google Ideas was born.”