Google Is CENSORING EVERYTHING! Look At What DuckDuckGo Returns!

If you are still using Google search, first off I’d like to congratulate you for finding this site, because it has been completely blacklisted off of Google, along with every other small independent conservative news site that’s out there.  I’m not being hyperbolic.  If you are still using Google search, you’re barely even searching the web at all.  I’ll show you how to fix that in a minute.

This short video provides a comparison of search results between Google and DuckDuckGo.  Take a look at the results.  They will blow your mind.  This video was made two years ago. The search censorship has only gotten a thousand times worse since then.

Here’s what the search engine referrals look like for this site:

If you watched the video, I have to imagine you’re wondering how you can change your default search engine over to DuckDuckGo.

First, I would like to try and convince you switch your entire web browser over to the Dissenter browser.  This browser is massively more private than any of the other browsers and it comes with the DuckDuckGo search engine right out of the box.  It is based on the Brave open source browser that some of you may have heard of before.

Dissenter also allows you to comment on every single URL on the internet by clicking the green “D” in the URL bar of the browser.  You’d be amazed how much commentary is out there.  The comment system ties back to the Gab Trends page that shows popular articles people are commenting on around the web.  These comments cannot be censored.

The browser is so private and so good at blocking ads that it can cause some issues when browsing websites like YouTube where they try to suck every last drop of data off of you that they can.  When visiting YouTube with ad blocking turned on (which you can disable by clicking the green shield in the URL bar next, right next to the green “D”), you will initially get a black error screen on videos.  All you have to do is wait about 5 seconds for the error to clear and the video will start playing.

If you’re dead set on keeping your old, data sucking, non-private, massively supporting Big Tech monopoly browser, here’s how to change the search engines on some of the more popular ones:

Here’s how to change the default search engine in Chrome.

Here’s how to change the default search engine in Microsoft Edge.

Here’s how to change the default search engine in Firefox.

For mobile users, you can actually get the DuckDuckGo browser from the app stores.

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