A unanimous jury found Kyle Rittenhouse not guilty on all of the counts that he had been facing. Rittenhouse was acquitted of first-degree intentional homicide, first-degree reckless homicide, and attempted first-degree intentional homicide. Despite his proven innocence in a court of law, Google censors Kyle Rittenhouse in the same manner it withholds certain searches for Adolf Hitler and the Taliban.
As of Sunday evening, when you do a Google search of “Kyle Rittenhouse shirt” on the tech platform’s shopping tab, you receive a message that states: “Your search — Kyle Rittenhouse shirt — did not match any shopping results.”
Oddly enough, right below the message was a paid advertisement from a company selling 20 different Kyle Rittenhouse shirts.
It turns out that all of big tech’s major search engines are banning Kyle Rittenhouse shirts on their shopping marketplaces, including Yahoo, DuckDuckGo, and Bing.
However, there is no shortage of the product. A quick Google search finds 29,600 results for the search of “Kyle Rittenhouse shirt.”
Google has no issues selling shirts with serial killers such as Jeffrey Dahmer, the cannibal sex offender who killed at least 17 men in Wisconsin, John Wayne Gacy, who was convicted of murdering at least 33 young men and boys, and Ted Bundy, who raped and murdered at least 20 young women and girls.
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