Do You See What I See…?

March 15, 2024 in Columnists, News, RBN Updates, Video by RBN Staff


By Chris Hinkley |

Originally Published: January 23, 2021

I see a pattern… As ‘woke’ Establishment presstitutes continue their tone deaf fawning,1  2  3  4  5  6 the body politic remains visibly unimpressed… How long until the Google overlords sweep in and, ahem… ‘correct’ these algorithmic mishaps…? After all, remember, Eric Schmidt said 7  there should be only one answer… and the “Selfish Ledger” 8  will tell you what it is…

UPDATE: As of this post, the ‘thumbs up/down’ have already been ‘massaged’ on the 01/20/21: Press Briefing by Press Secretary Jen Psaki from 7.1K/34K to 7.2K/31K, respectively… So, riddle me this, Batman… How does the ‘dislikes’ counter drop – by 3K…?? I guess 3,000 people decided they changed their minds… Or…? You decide…


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  1. Rob Picheta, “‘Welcome Back America’: Newspapers around the world react to Biden’s inauguration,” CNN, January 21, 2021, 
  2. Rudy Takala, “Media Begins Biden Presidency With Overt Fawning and Flattery,” Mediaite, January 21, 2021, 
  3. Greg Gutfeld, “Gutfeld on the media fawning over President Biden,” Fox News, January 20, 2021, 
  4. David Rutz and Brian Flood, “Media fawns over Biden throughout Inauguration Day: ‘Boy, did they lay it on thick’,” Fox News, January 20, 2021, 
  5. Brian Flood, “Journalists fawning over Biden tops ‘20 most mortifying media moments’ of 2020,” Fox News, December 22, 2020, 
  6. Matt Margolis, “Media Fawning Over Biden’s ‘Presidency’ Is Already Tiresome,” PJ Media, December 3, 2020, 
  7. [Eric Schmidt, Charlie Rose, June 3, 2005, | 28:12 – Eric Schmidt: Well, when you use Google, do you get more than one answer? Of course you do. | 28:20 – Charlie Rose: Yeah, of course. | 28:23 – Eric Schmidt: Well, that’s a bug. We have more bugs per second in the world. We should be able to give you the right answer just once. We should know what you meant. You should look for information; we should give it exactly right, and we should give it to you in your language, and we should never be wrong. That’s our challenge. 
  8. Vlad Savov, “Google’s Selfish Ledger is an unsettling vision of Silicon Valley social engineering,” The Verge, May 17, 2018,