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David Gibeau

Nov 27, 2020, 5:15:52 AM11/27/20
Anyone know how to manipulate search results?  Qanon is already rather silly, I am morbidly interested in what they would come up with if one of their most prominent representitives (and Representitives) was replaced in google with the Field Guide.

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Nobilis Reed <>: Nov 26 09:47AM -0500

I think you're vastly overrating the power of a single congressional
representative, and furthermore the impact and popularity of our
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Chris Walls <>: Nov 26 11:25AM -0800

You misunderstand.
What I mean by 'disappear' is simply 'generate new search engine results
that will push our Marjorie's content down and off the search engine.'
Considering that the congresswoman's an open Q-Anon follower, I predict
that there will be some media following her in an attempt to get the hype
from that group and the condescension from the people who disregard
conspiracy theorists.
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Nov 27, 2020, 11:35:54 PM11/27/20
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The simplest thing would be to simply tweet a journalist -- an employee of one of those outlets which report on internet culture, or even some political rival among the wingnuts of the alt-right -- but I'm not sure drawing attention to these stories in order to spite a politician is a good idea. I rather like our Marjorie better, for having introduced me to certain esoteric plotlines / concepts / activities. Considering the right honorable congresswoman's instability, her involvement with stochastic terrorism, and the current condition of Georgia politics (the president of the United States called the Republican SecState of Georgia an "enemy of the people" and it's not getting any better), I'd say just let sleeping dogs lie. Let the Google search results fall where they will.

Curiously enough, this is not the first time that an author whom I greatly respect has the misfortune to share their name with a right-wing maniac. I refer to the example of noted horror writer Stephen King and Iowan Representative Steve King, who could not be further apart in character.

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