Why is Hatch trying so hard to pander to donnie? This is, of course, related to
Hugh1There have been two associates, not many. They will be going to
prison. One confessed to personal crimes unrelated to Russian collusion, and the
other, was convicted of personal crimes committed a decade ago.
Lds2,In order to help me shed any naivety that you may think I have, what
particular link to google, or links can I turn to for proof of Trumps collusion
with Russia on the elections, I am completely open to learn the facts.
Senator Hatch, if you're losing in the marketplace of ideas, the solution
is not to rig the marketplace but to get some better ideas.
bamafone,You aren't patient, you are naive.Google
@Herbert Gravy,"Yes, he is far from being a "moral
giant" but he has a lot of company from others who have served in the same
capacity."Republicans knowingly support a man who had slept with
Porn Stars and says it's entirely normal, and who paid to cover it up. Who
actively sought Russian help in the election and continues to deny their
meddling, despite 24 separate counts now of Russian meddling. Giuliani and
Manafort openly worked for the anti-West governments of Romania and Ukraine.Trump has installed every member of his family over 12 years old in some
office and given them security clearance, and uses these positions to make money
and fame for himself. All of this on a scale never before seen in American
politics. Don't even try to equate what he has done with any others
'in the same capacity'. Your willful ignoring of these abuses is
appalling.As for the economy, Trump inherited an economy that was
already humming. This quarter's GDP rise was the best since 2014 - under
Obama. You know, the guy who inherited the worst economy ever - from GW Bush,
another Conservative.I'm a Conservative who at least
acknowledges the truth.
Orrin, why are so many Trump associates heading to prison for lying about their
Russian activities? Orrin, do we have Google problem or a Trump problem?
@furymouseOuch! Yes. Folks are so anxious to find fault
with President Trump that I jumped to an erroneous conclusion.My bad
and my apologies.
Lds2I am very patient, still after all this time I'm waiting for that
evidence. So where is it.
@herbertYou do know I was talking about Hatch right? I mean the article
was about him. Am I missing something?
@furymouseOf course, many of us believe much of what he says. When
he talks about historic low unemployment rates for Hispanics, women, blacks and
youth.He is not the first President to "hyperbolize", and he
won't be the last.We believe him when he talks about lowering
trade deficits and levelling the international trade playing field. We believe
him when he says lower corporate tax rates will return billions of dollars to
the US economy.And, when he talks about a number of other important
issues that he has been wise enough to tackle where his predecessors failed
us.We conservatives see nothing wrong with winning.Yes,
he is far from being a "moral giant" but he has a lot of company from
others who have served in the same capacity.We wish him continued
@byronbcaBut, does Google have a "legal and moral
obligation" to place conservative opinions on the same level as LIBERAL
opinions?Just asking.And thanks for trying to educate us
poor conservatives. There is so much more that we don't
The requested investigation is Hatch's way to say "Look at me
everybody. I still relevant". What Hatch needs to do is retire and
then Trump will take away his retirement and his social security to pay for the
deficit caused by Trump's tax cuts for his cronies. Then we will see how
"relevant" he is.
It just seems part of an all-out Republican assault on truth, information, and
justice. How cool would it be it Hatch opted out from all of that
and made it clear that he was opting out? Wouldn't most everyone in Utah
be cheering from the rooftops if he did?
Here is what conservatives don’t understand. When a person does a news
related search, search engines like google are going to take people to verified
and popular news sites, not opinion sites, or conspiracy sites.Google does not have a legal or moral obligation to place conservative
opinions on the same level as verified facts from legit news organizations.
Of course 'it was purely coincidental" that Hatch wrote the letter. In
reality Hatch has become Trump's number 1 "boot polisher". His time
as Utah's Senator has long passed. He can't be gone soon enough.
Imagine that - what a non-coincidence. Why doesn't he just take the rest
of the year off to protect his name. I am dubious of googles business
practices - tired of seeing adds for things I have written in my emails. But
still... the timing. Doing Trumps bidding for him. I could have sworn that the
separation of powers was to keep one branch of doing the bidding of the other
branch. So much for that. Kind of sad... and I supported him for
just so dang long.
rybedoWhat do you expect. Trump has done nothing to tamp down the
dangerous alt right group of which the KKK is very representative. When one
does nothing t stop anti black comments and activities it make a person think
perhaps he approves of such groups.
Hatch has not been an effective senator or productive representative for the
nation. The only one who was rewarded and gained by is too long tenure in the
senate was only Hatch and his cohorts. It was a waste of taxpayers dollars.
When a search of the klu klux klan on google turn ups a picture of the president
of the United States something is wrong. Big tech and their blatant targeting
and discrimination against conservatives ahead of the midterms is in-kind
donation to the democrats and should be stopped. This is a trend of slandering
conservatives and the president is on the verge of sedition and the news media
enable and fosters it with their agenda driven news coverage.
Go away, Hatch. Just leave while there's still time to enter your dotage
I'm old enough to remember when republicans opposed the "fairness
Yeah - Yeah - Yeah. Hatch is like the high school kid who isn't popular
and will do anything to gain acceptance in the cool crowd.
So the party that killed net neutrality and the fairness doctrine are mad that
the net's not neutral and things occasionally get "unfair"...Hmm.
Good for Senator Hatch. I hope he proceeds with this and that he is joined by
his colleagues in the Senate. The liberal agenda from silicon valley needs to
be investigated, and, if found to be fraudulent or misleading, should be
corrected. I hope he pushes this investigation and gets to the truth as to
whether this is happening or not.
Sweet, liberal senator Hatch doing something conservative again, not too often
does that occur, but we'll take it when we can. Last I knew we had freedom
of speech here in the magnificent country, excepting of course at FB, Google and
the DN. Here's to hoping that investigation of Hatch's can expand into
The Clintons, Muller And Comey.
Perhaps Trump and Hatch would also like to mandate book stores and news
organizations carry more content that is friendly to conservatives in general
and the current administration in particular? Maybe level the playing field by
requiring that Google return one result from Fox for every similar result from
CNN? Require that every unflattering fact printed by news organizations be
accompanied by an alternative-facts rebuttal?
Man. Hatch just wants to weld himself to the Trump train. Even when it's
crashing off the tracks. Unbelievable.
Right, and Trump's connections to Russian mob bosses is "purely
Of course it isn't... Does anyone believe a word that he says? I am
looking forward to him going away finally and fading into obscurity.