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? | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

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?

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.

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