On Friday President Trump held an historic press conference with the several of the world’s top business leaders on the coronavirus pandemic.
During the presser CEOs from Walmart, Target, Walgreens CEOs committed to assist the Trump administration and the country in the coronavirus pandemic!
Walmart announced they will make portion of their lots available for screening and testing for coronavirus.
During the press conference President Trump announced Google had been enlisted to assist the country with a website tracking the coronavirus.
President Trump "Google is helping to develop a website, it's going to be very quickly done, unlike websites of the past" pic.twitter.com/sQq2UpuEM0
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However, Google later came out and said this was not true.
Google has a history of censoring and abusing Trump supporters and conservatives.
There is even video of Google officials crying when Donald Trump won the presidency.
Trump said Google has 1700 engineers working on a website to check for symptoms. Google said they ARE NOT. pic.twitter.com/JuaETJxfCl
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Google leadership was reportedly “surprised” that President Trump would announce anything about the initiative.
The company officials refuted what Trump said as “almost entirely wrong.”
A source at Google tells WIRED that company leadership was surprised that Trump announced anything about the initiative at the press conference. What he did say was also almost entirely wrong. There will be a coronavirus testing site, not from Google but from Alphabet sister company Verily. “We are developing a tool to help triage individuals for Covid-19 testing,” Google tweeted in a statement. “Verily is in the early stages of development, and planning to roll testing out in the Bay Area, with the hope of expanding more broadly over time.”
Even that, though, was not the original plan. The Verge reported Friday afternoon that Verily had intended the site for health care workers only. After Trump unexpectedly publicized the effort, Verily decided it will let anyone visit it, but can still only provide people with testing site information in the San Francisco area.
Google did not respond to requests for comment.
It’s too bad the far left jerks at Google couldn’t put politics behind them during a national crisis.
What horrible people.