How Google manipulated “Mass formation psychosis” search results after the Malone interview

Wow! Mass formation in action.
Google caught red-handed manipulating the narrative.

The manipulation in action:

Google has hand manipulated the “mass formation psychosis” search results so that a YouTube video from a gamer who knows nothing at all about the topic is ranked #3 in the search results. The comments on that video are virtually all negative (I couldn’t find a single positive review) and the top two hits are better. All in all, the top 3 hits aren’t anything that anyone would consider to the top 3 references on the topic.

Highly relevant pages like the following are nowhere to be found in Google’s search results. We are being manipulated. You can see this for yourself.

Who is Robert Malone
As many of you know, I have spent time researching and speaking about mass psychosis theory. Most of what I have learned has come from Dr. Mattias Desmet, who realized that this form of mass hypnosis, of the madness of crowds, can account for the strange phenomenon of about 20-30% of the population in the western world becoming entranced with the Noble …

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Time to switch?

Perhaps it is time to switch to DuckDuckGo or Bing which provide more honest results?

One of my readers pointed this out in Bing’s search results: they had already indexed my article just a few hours after I published it.

Note that Google has already indexed my substack page as well, yet they claim they indexed it 5 days ago (which is 5 days before I wrote it) while Bing is accurate (Jan 2 if you are in EST).

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