Once again the liberal owned company, Google, has been caught red-handed promoting pedophilia! This time the search engine giant has been exposed as not only are allowing pedophile searches on its numerous websites, but they also include them as suggestions before your even finished typing in which are looking for.
Now, a few months ago Google openly admitted that they have the ability to create and remove any search terms they wish within a matter of seconds. Which makes you wonder why Google has yet to remove the search terms even after massive outrage from those on the right. While those in the left continue to defend pedophiles as nothing more than a sexual preference. We see Woodside Google has picked in this battle, pedophilia.
Los Angeles radio host Leeann Tweeden shared a letter she said Minnesota Sen. Al Franken sent her today after she accused him of forcibly kissing and groping her without her consent in 2006.
Tweeden read the letter on ABC’s “The View,” where she was a guest:
“It says, ‘Dear Leeann, I want to apologize to you personally. I don't know what was in my head when I took that picture. But that doesn't matter. There's no excuse. I understand why you can feel violated by that photo. I remember that rehearsal differently. But what's important is the impact on you and you felt violated by my actions, and for that I apologize. I have tremendous respect for your work for the USO. And I am ashamed that my actions ruined that experience for you. I am so sorry. Sincerely Al Franken.'”
According to Tweeden, Franken also asked to meet with her personally.
President Donald Trump tweeted Thursday night about Tweeden's allegations.
"This whole last 24 hours of my life have been overwhelming and surreal and then to have the president of the United States tweeting about you and this picture is just -- I almost don't even know what to say," Tweeden said in response to Trump's tweet.