YouTube is altering its search results to promote Greta Thunberg, the Swedish child actor who attacks only western countries for fossil fuel use, but never China or OPEC. Here's proof — you can replicate this experiment yourself...
Let's start with the only un-scripted, uncontrolled interview of Greta ever conducted. It was by our reporter Keean Bexte, and it ends with Greta's handlers threatening to call the police on him.
This video has 845,000 views and 34,000 likes.
But if you type the exact title of that video into YouTube's search engine — try it yourself: cut and paste "Greta Thunberg and her handlers run from questions in Edmonton! | Keean Bexte" into the YouTube search bar — you'll have to scroll down to find it.
Instead, YouTube will serve up to you pro-Greta propaganda from Justin Trudeau's CBC state broadcaster (three times) and another from a highly regulated, pro- Trudeau broadcaster called CTV, none of which even crack 100,000 views.
YouTube is a foreign company, owned by Google, that is adjusting search rankings to favour certain political opinions, right in the middle of the Canadian election. (Greta was an unregistered, foreign third-party campaigner in that election).
That's foreign interference.
YouTube has the ability to down-rank its enemies and up-rank its allies.
And it's nearly impossible to detect. They did it in during Irish abortion referendum, for example.
Google is more powerful than any political party and most governments.
And they supported Trudeau.