'If you Google the word idiot, a picture Google CEO Sundar Pichai complete 1 month ago   01:43

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Google's Chief executive Sundar Pichai went in front of US Congress to defend his company to lawmakers.

He faced questions about political bias and how the company uses personal data.

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Pierre Dubuc
That’s because he’s obviously stupid. He paid for his education grades. This person is the Peter Griffin of presidents. If you support this moron your just as stupid. Congratulations moron Trump supporter your what’s wrong with humanity. Fuck you.
Sunny Lunasoul
This is hilarious i love it,are they zombies in the back not even one laugh
Brandon Gan
So, idiot is leading USA?
Mirquella Santos
Trump is the most popular idiot in the world. The Trump family most be proud of such heritage.
Put the results on my facebook with a screenshot. I only put Truth on my profile
Kandys Torres
😂 😂😂
desi creators
That guys was Sundar pichai..
Proud to be an indian
Yours Truely
That's because computers also find trump to be an idiot.
It tried through Bing too and the results are even similar lol. Can't we bring them up to the testimony as well lol!!!?
Afaque Khan
I googled rat piece of shit..I got results all about European Economic Area.
Duane Locsin
images of Trump are no longer showing up on the first page anymore when typing "Idiot"Republican's and this administration will have to scour for every derogatory adjective that relates to Trump's image I suppose.pathetic!
Mechelle Stewart
I can give you a more logical explaination. The reason his picture comes up is because he IS an idiot.
Gary Tolle
Its called the Truth, something the trump administration is not familiar with. Type ass, you see asses! Whats wrong with the truth!!! I think trump should come up when you type lots of words. I just don't have that much time....
Vic Singh
Trump needs to be Impeached and here’s why:

Obstructing Justice
* After taking office, Trump asked FBI Director James Comey to abandon the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election—which the FBI had already connected to Michael Flynn.
* When Comey refused to alter course, Trump fired him.
* Trump then admitted the firing was over “the Russia thing” in a televised interview.
* In a tweet months later, he stated that he “had to fire Michael Flynn because he lied to the FBI”— further affirming that he dismissed James Comey in an attempt to quash the FBI’s investigation.
Bottom line: Trump has repeatedly attempted to interfere in the Russia investigation, and admitted as much—that’s a clear case of obstructing justice.
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Violating the Emoluments Clause of the U.S. Constitution
* The Constitution’s Foreign Emoluments Clause prohibits the president from accepting personal benefits from any foreign government or official.
* Trump has retained his ownership interests in his family business while he is in office.
* Thus, every time a foreign official stays at a Trump hotel, or a foreign government approves a new Trump Organization project, or grants a trademark, Trump is in violation of the Constitution.
* For example: shortly after he was sworn into office, the Chinese government
* gave preliminary approval to 38 trademarks of Trump’s name. Then, in June, China approved nine Donald Trump trademarks they had previously rejected.
* And every time he goes to golf at a Trump property, he funnels taxpayer money into his family business—violating the Domestic Emoluments Clause.
Bottom line: Because Trump never divested from his business interests, he violates the Constitution every time the Trump Organization has business dealings with foreign or American government officials.
Conspiring with Others to Commit Crimes Against the United States, and Attempting to Conceal Those Violations
* In the middle of the 2016 election, Trump’s son was invited to meet with a Russian national regarding “information that would incriminate Hillary and…would be very useful to” Donald Trump
* The Russian, Natalia Veselnitskaya, had ties to high-ranking Kremlin officials.
* Trump Jr. took the meeting. He said, “I love it,” when told Veselnitskaya may have had dirt on Clinton. Paul Manafort and Jared Kushner also attended.
* Federal law prohibits campaigns from soliciting anything of value from a foreign national.
* After journalists broke this story, Trump personally dictated a public statement on behalf of his son that lied about the intended purpose of the meeting.
* This relationship between the Trump team and the Russian national raises questions of whether the campaign aided a hostile foreign power’s active operation against the United States.
Bottom line: Trump tried to cover up his campaign’s contacts with a Russian national—which, at very least, constituted a violation of federal law.
Advocating Violence and Undermining Equal Protection Under the Law
* When Trump gave cover to the neo-Nazis who rioted in Charlottesville and murdered a protester, he violated his obligation to protect the citizenry against domestic violence.
* When Trump encouraged police officers to rough up people they have under arrest, he violated his obligation to oversee faithful execution of the laws.
* When Trump shared anti-Muslim content on Twitter, he violated his obligation to uphold equal protection of the laws.
* This represents a pattern of disregard for some of the president’s basic responsibilities as defined by the Constitution.
Bottom line: Trump has demonstrated a pattern of behavior amounting to advocating violence, undercutting equal protection, and, as a result, failing basic Constitutional duties.
Abusing the Pardon Power
* President Trump’s decision to pardon Joe Arpaio amounted to an abuse of the pardon power that revealed his indifference to individual rights and equal protections.
* Joe Arpaio was convicted for contempt of court after ignoring a court order that he stop detaining and searching people based on the color of their skin, which constitutes a violation of their rights.
* Pardoning this conviction goes against the Fifth Amendment, which allows the judiciary to issue and enforce injunctions against government officials who flout individual rights.
Bottom line: Trump’s pardon of Joe Arpaio violates the Fifth Amendment and harms the guarantee of Constitutional rights.
Engaging in Conduct that Grossly Endangers the Peace and Security of the United States
* High-ranking administration officials involved in foreign affairs have signaled that Trump does not have the capacity to make informed decisions in the event of a military crisis.
* Even worse, his actions could spark a needless confrontation stemming from misunderstanding or miscalculation.
* We see this in full effect every time Trump tweets or makes a public statement taunting and threatening the North Korean regime.
* The president may be the “Commander in Chief of the Army and Navy of the United States,” but that does not give him the right to behave in reckless or wanton ways that put millions of lives at risk.
* If he is unfit to perform his duties as Commander in Chief, he cannot be allowed to remain in the position.
Bottom line: Trump cannot be permitted to recklessly and needlessly endanger millions of Americans with his unstable behavior.
Directing Law Enforcement to Investigate and Prosecute Political Adversaries for Improper and Unjustifiable Purposes
* President Trump has repeatedly pressured the Department of Justice and the FBI to investigate and prosecute political adversaries like Hillary Clinton.
* This is not based in concerns with national security, law enforcement, or any other function of his office—it is an attempted power play, plain and simple.
* There’s no question that this constitutes an outrageous and inappropriate abuse of executive branch powers and serves as clear grounds for impeachment.
Bottom line: Trump’s threats against political opponents are threats against American democracy.
Undermining the Freedom of the Press
* President Trump has repeatedly attacked the concept of an independent press.
* He’s called critical coverage “fake news” and journalists “the enemy of the American people,” made threats to change libel laws and revoke licenses, and his battles with CNN led him to try to interfere in the AT&T/Time Warner merger.
* This demonstrates his unwillingness to respect and uphold the Constitution, and disdain for the crucial foundations to our free society.
Bottom line: Trump’s threats against freedom of the press are also threats against American democracy.
Thanks to Free Speech for People, whose white paper, ‘The Legal Case for a Congressional Investigation on Whether to Impeach President Donald J. Trump,’ served as the basis for this list.
Cruelly and Unconstitutionally Imprisoning Children and their Families
* Enforcing its new “zero tolerance” policy, the Trump administration separated as many as 3,000 immigrant children from their parents at the southern border. This policy was meant to deter families from attempting to cross the border.
* The children and their families have been held in internment camps and cages with what lawyers call “inhumane conditions”
* Due to negligence, the Trump administration has no plan to reunite all children with their families, even deporting some parents while their children remain detained.
Bottom line: Trump’s policy endangers thousands of immigrant children and families, and defies basic Constitutional values
Thanks to Free Speech for People, ‘New ground for impeachment hearings: cruel and unconstitutional imprisonment of children and their families,’ served as content for this impeachable offense.
I looked up idiot and got this 😂https://duckduckgo.com/?q=idiot&t=ipad&ia=images&iax=images&iai=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.commondreams.org%2Fsites%2Fdefault%2Ffiles%2Fstyles%2Fcd_large%2Fpublic%2Fviews-article%2Fidiot_trump.jpg%3Fitok%3DXiyhF740
I'm bl0odline
The guy in the background is da real mvp
ہاں ہاں
Degrading a person though...its not at all good... Nd sundar pichai gonna pay for this
sumit mane
0:22 lady in left corner+_'
Krishnan Unni
Well done...now his images are the top results
"a little man behind the curtain" lol
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Google CEO Sundar Pichai complete 'If you Google the word idiot, a picture 1 month ago   06:08

Google CEO Sundar Pichai delivers his opening statement before the House Judiciary Committee during a hearing on Data Collection. Watch full video here: https://cs.pn/2SEvGL1