Now that the WSJ has exposed Google’s search engine fraud and repeated lying to Congress, why isn’t Google CEO Sundar Pichai being arrested and indicted for lying, like Roger Stone?
By Ethan Huff // Nov 21, 2019

There's one big question on everyone's minds now that it's been revealed that Google CEO Sundar Pichai lied under oath to Congress about Google "manually intervening" in users' search results, and it's this: Why isn't the Trump administration trying to deliver justice?


Even as Roger Stone is convicted and sentenced to basically life in prison for crimes he didn't even commit, Pichai is continuing on with business as usual, as if nothing even happened. And that's because the federal government, even under Donald Trump, is reluctant to hold Google and its executives accountable for their crimes.

Real journalists over at The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) did an excellent job uncovering the truth about Google, and exposing Pichai as a liar. And yet, it would seem as though the whole thing is being swept under the rug just as we enter another presidential election year.

Where is the Department of Justice (DOJ) in trying to get to the bottom of Google's blacklisting of websites like The Gateway Pundit, United West, and Natural News – along with many others – for no other reason than that these sites spread truth that the deep state doesn't want disseminated? Where is Attorney General William Barr in taking seriously this Big Tech threat to free speech and the First Amendment at this critical juncture in our nation's history?

A case against Sundar Pichai and Google would be so easy to win, so why isn't William Barr pursuing one?

It is truly mind-boggling that virtually nothing has happened yet, at least thus far. The evidence is simply undeniable that Pichai lied before Congress, then later changed his tune after the WSJ brought to light the inconvenient facts surrounding his illicit Google operation, exposing the whole thing as just another deep state propaganda tool.

A case against Pichai would be a rock-solid shoe-in, which is why we just can't figure out why Barr has failed to act on it, even as the administration he represents is under constant attack. The Left is on the verge of impeaching President Trump under specious circumstances, and those in Trump's circle are just letting it all happen in a seeming refusal to fight back.

Even Google's own employees are now coming forward as whistleblowers to expose their employer for committing crime after crime, and federal prosecutors appear to be sitting on their hands doing nothing. What on earth is going on here?

There's likely much more to this situation than meets the public eye. But in light of the fact that very little has been done in the justice department since Trump took office, period – Is Hillary in jail? Why is Obama still roaming free? – we can only ask ourselves: Will anything ever be done before it's too late?

It's important to keep in mind that the Democrats are hellbent on impeaching Trump using any means possible. And they're being increasingly emboldened to commit any crime, or say any lie, in order to make it happen because they know, if the past three years is any indicator, that they'll probably never face any punishment.

The very lifeblood of our Republic is down to just a few small drops, and the Left is only continuing to ramp up its aggression against what little resistance remains. Some are saying to just trust in "the plan," but will this so-called plan ever actually manifest? How long do Americans need to wait before they realize that they've been hoodwinked?

"We can't expect our AG to actually do anything, but man, oh man, did you hear that speech the other day?" wrote one Breitbart News commenter, suggesting that William Barr, just like his predecessor Jeff Sessions, is all talk and no action.

"Who cares about de-platforming or Trump-supporters going to jail; who cares about Russia, Russia, Russia, or Ukraine, Ukraine, Ukraine. Blah, blah, blah, I've heard from at least 50 people telling me to keep on waiting. This is lunacy. We need an AG who's not asleep."

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