Is Google Really Comparing Donald Trump to Adolf Hitler?

December 8, 2015

by Joshua Pinho

Google appears to be pulling a clever little prank on Donald Trump.

While shopping for everyone on my Christmas list, I took the time to google Donald Trump’s new book, Crippled AmericaHow to Make America Great Again. 

Look at what I found:


Screenshot via Joshua Pinho, taken December 8.

The top recommended search on Google Images is Mein Kampf, Adolf Hitler’s 1925 Nazi manifesto. Say what you will about Donald Trump, but he is a candidate for President of the United States. Is this a conscious decision by Google? Or some clever gaming of Google’s search algorithm?

Either way, it’s pretty shocking. It has to be only a matter of time before @realDonaldTrump calls Google a loser.

Joshua Pinho is a Digital Communications Associate for the American Principles Project.

Joshua Pinho is a Digital Communications Associate for the American Principles Project.

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6 comments on “Is Google Really Comparing Donald Trump to Adolf Hitler?”

  • JoelSchoenberg says:

    You people actually think that there is someone in a back room at Google setting this search results manually?  Wow, the stupidity it requires to think that is simply astounding!

  • MichaelBoyle1 says:


  • JaneMann says:

    Like a few others Google believes they are too big to fail. They are the lastest to attack on Donald Trump, not because he is like Hitler, but because he is the people’s choice, and they all fear they are losing control of the American people’s mind. Make no mistake about it, it will get a lot worse on Trump before they realize we are not backing down. He has my vote of confidence,  and to hell with Google and anyone else who trys to destroy my candidate of choice. TRUMP 2016

  • jk105 says:

    Jim144 Jimmy Old Boy lies when he says he supports the Constitution.  He once claimed the heinous monster Kim Davis had the constitutional right to defy a court order, but Jimmy Old Boy has yet to tell us where in the constitution it explicitly states one has the right to defy a court order.

    Jimmy, why do you lie?  You are virulently anti-truth.

  • Jim144 says:

    If Google and every other company in America were smart they would support the Constitution and Bill of Rights that enabled them to get so high and mighty. Instead they alienate one or the other portion of the country with their partisan politics. I suppose some of them feel they are too big to fail and don’t care what the public wants or likes. I hope that is not the case with Google but know it is with many companies who are virulently anti-conservative.

  • MichaelBoyle1 says:

    Who would know more about facist control measures than the all intrusive Google, that’s like the pot calling the kettle black..

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