Internet Users Go To Popular Search Engines On D-Day Anniversary, STUNNED At What They Find

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Sean Brown AMERICA’S FREEDOM FIGHTERS

Today is the anniversary of the largest amphibious invasion of a nation to ever take place in human history, otherwise known as D-Day, when Allied forces stormed the beaches of Normandy to begin eradicating the Nazis from France. While most everyone is paying honor to the heroes that sacrificed their lives in the assault, Internet users were left stunned after what they found on popular search engines.

Bing.com is a search engine that’s run by Microsoft and is intended to be a competitor with Google. After seeing how the website honored the thousands of brave soldiers who died in 1944, there’s a good chance people may be more inclined to use it considering Google has a history of snubbing important patriotic days.

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Internet Users Go To Popular Search Engines On D-Day Anniversary, STUNNED At What They Find

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If you’re unable to tell, in the background of the website is a picture of Point du Hoc. The site is very well-known for being the initial location of the Normandy invasion, where Army Rangers were tasked with scaling the 100-foot cliffs in order to take out the German guns guarding the shore.

In other words, it’s a nice hat tip to the men given an impossible task, and a great way to commemorate the anniversary of the bloody battle. Unfortunately for Google, the same can’t be said.

No, Google, who failed to honor Memorial Day and has a history of promoting far-left ideologues, such as Cesar Chavez and Osama bin Laden fan Yuri Kochiyama, fell short again on this important historical day and did absolutely nothing to commemorate the liberation of Europe from fascist occupiers.

Here’s a screen shot of its website from earlier:

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Internet Users Go To Popular Search Engines On D-Day Anniversary, STUNNED At What They Find

Now here’s what they’ve done for (in)famous leftists in the past – the top one was posted on Easter:

Internet Users Go To Popular Search Engines On D-Day Anniversary, STUNNED At What They Find

Internet Users Go To Popular Search Engines On D-Day Anniversary, STUNNED At What They Find

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Nice, right? It’s no secret that Google is run by left-wingers, but they also have to remember that their customer base is made up of more than liberals. Then again, if they keep going like this, it won’t be long before patriotic Americans have had enough and decide to no longer support the company.

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