Google will reportedly shove The New York Times's leftist propaganda down Americans’ throats and is willing to pay tens of millions of dollars to make it happen.
Google’s anti-American parent company, Alphabet, will funnel approximately $100 million to The Times over the course of three years. The move is part of a scheme to plaster leftist Times content on Google platforms, according to The Wall Street Journal.
The deal is expected to boost the leftist Times with profits amid uncertainty in the news industry. Earlier this year, however, The Times saw $2.3 billion in revenue in 2022 (an increase of 11.3 percent when compared to 2021). In exchange for the $100 million payout, The Times will allow Google editors to propagandize its content on its Google News Showcase platform.
The exact details of the agreement still remain obscure. Both The Times and Google declined to comment on their so-called partnership, with a Google spokesperson telling The Journal, “We don’t share the details of commercial agreements with partners.” Talk about a lack of transparency.
Google’s refusal to offer transparency on the partnership to help elevate The Times should surprise nobody. MRC Free Speech America has repeatedly caught Google censoring Republicans, even exposing how the search platform suppressed the MRC Free Speech America webpage on NewsBusters.org. For at least three weeks, Google slapped a warning sign when users searched for “mrc free speech america.” “The results below match your search terms, but some of them may not have reliable information on this topic,” read the warning.
The Wall Street Journal also disclosed Monday that its parent company, News Corp, also reached a partnership with Google News Showcase.
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