Google Marginalizes Memorial Day with a Tiny Thumbnail Size American Flag
It is Memorial Day and every American should be reflecting on our brave veterans who gave up their lives for our freedom.
Unfortunately, Google doesn’t think so.
The global conglomerate is famous for displaying a glorious interactive banner for every holiday or birthday of a famous scientist or leftist.
Google has a special logo, or “Doodle” for everything. Whether it is Independence Day in Jordan, the 50th Anniversary of the Flintstones, or a tribute to Yuri Kochiyama, an extremist who considered Che Guevara, Fidel Castro, and Osama Bin Laden to be heroes, Google has a special logo to celebrate it.
Google, which was the most frequent visitor to the Obama White House and allegedly altered its search engine to benefit Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign, goes all out for Earth Day, the most holy of liberal holidays.
But on Memorial Day, a somber remembrance of the men who sacrificed all to maintain our freedom, we get this:
A tiny thumbnail size animated GIF that was slapped on the bottom of the page.
Google could have generated millions in donations if they had linked to a charity for families of those fallen or a charity dedicated to fighting the suicide epidemic among vets, but the flags aren’t even a link.
Perhaps we’re lucky they even gave us tiny flags and a yellow ribbon; some pointed out in 2007 that Google didn’t do anything to recognize Memorial Day.
Ask.com and Yahoo did nothing to commemorate Memorial Day.
Search engine Bing, on the other hand, marked the day by decorating their home pages with bold and touching tributes to the fallen:
Which one does a better job honoring those who made the ultimate sacrifice? It’s unanimous:
— Wayne Arick (@WayneArick2) May 28, 2018
leave it to google to marginalize days like memorial day but make rampant extravagant homepage art for shit like the birthday of a brown marxist lesbian transgender handicapped woman scientist who made some minor achievement pic.twitter.com/EO5XTx3CX5
— Kai Bradley (@NtrsKAI) May 28, 2018
Why isn't Google supporting Memorial Day? Where is the glorious pictures they do to show their support on other holidays. Why are we hating America all of the sudden? pic.twitter.com/c1qJ6OpnKX
— Debbie Goe (@debbiegoe65) May 28, 2018
Google on Jordan Independence Day vs. Google on Memorial Day pic.twitter.com/JwFzL4dPIO
— 859 kelby (@jackdg00) May 28, 2018
DuckDuckGo does not celebrate holidays, but has become one of the fastest growing web search engines because it does not “shadow ban” or create algorithms that censor conservative news.