Glenn Beck: Don't Use Google

Search firm is in cahoots with US government, Beck says
By Rob Quinn,  Newser Staff
Posted Feb 17, 2011 2:24 AM CST
Updated Feb 17, 2011 5:37 AM CST

Glenn Beck doesn't trust Google and he doesn't think his viewers should either. The Fox host—pointing to a Google exec's role in the Egyptian uprising—says the search firm is in bed with the US government and he plans to avoid using its products, the New York Daily News reports. "I'm really not sure that I want my search engine involved in government overthrows," Beck said.

"If you're doing your own homework, don't do a Google search," Beck warned. "Seems to me that Google is pretty deeply in bed with the government. Maybe this is explaining why Google is being kicked out of all the other countries. Are they just a shill now for the US government?" he asked. " Are you comfortable with the government partnering covertly with media organizations, search engines, and social networking so they can bring change that the Washington elites have designed?" He promised to provide viewers with tips on how to get by without Google. Click for more. (More Google stories.)

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