Man Who Exposed Hillary’s Ties to Google Says “I AM NOT SUICIDAL”

Man Who Exposed Hillary's Ties to Google Says
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Research psychologist and author Robert Epstein says Hillary Clinton saying his work has been ‘debunked’ is a blatant lie.

A Twitter war between Hillary and President Trump led to Clinton claiming research showing bias from Google in 2016 was debunked. However, Dr. Robert Epstein who’s a decades long Hillary supporter and the man behind the research defended his conclusions in a Twitter rampage, where he referenced his testimony before Congress last month.

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He then for some reason felt the need to tweet this out: 

Wise move.

PJ Media:

On Monday, President Donald Trump tweeted out a study on Google bias from Ph.D. psychologist Robert Epstein. Epstein supported Hillary Clinton in the 2016 election, but after the Trump tweet, Clinton attacked his professional reputation. Epstein responded with a tweet storm exposing Clinton’s ties to Google. At the suggestion of many conservatives online, the psychologist posted a statement in the unlikely (?) event he gets “suicided” by Hillary Clinton.

“Okay, this is sort of funny…. It’s been suggested that I remind people that I AM NOT SUICIDAL!!! I love my life, wife, 3 awesome sons, 2 awesome daughters, my research, etc. etc. Everyone got that???” Epstein tweeted.

Epstein laughed about the matter in an interview with PJ Media. “That guy suggested that I post that, get that on the record. I thought that was hysterically funny,” he said.

Yet concerns about threats to his life are not unwarranted. Epstein has dedicated his research to studying the effects of the search engine manipulation effect (SEME) and he has warned about Google’s power to sway elections without anyone noticing. Trump seized on a study the psychologist ran in 2017. More


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