August 2019

2020 Candidate Tulsi Gabbard Files Lawsuit Against Google

According to the Democrat, the search engine intentionally suspended the ads account for her presidential campaign. The Hawaii representative claims that it happened following the first debate in the primaries last month. Gabbard goes on to add that the suspension occurred after she became the search engine's "most searched 2020 presidential candidate." Gabbard alleges that Google commited "election interference" and in a statement said their actions are "a threat to democracy." Tulsi Gabbard, via statement Google has rejected claims that it intentionally got rid of Gabbard's ads, but it adds that a suspension was triggered by its system internally. Google spokesperson, via Fox News Google spokesperson, via Fox News