Google Just Made Being Racist A Lot Easier
Remember the days of white-only schools, white-only restaurants, white-only clothing stores, white-only any sort of businesses? If you were to say that you only want to support white people, well then here’s your sign because you might be a racist.
Fortunately, those days are gone and people are generally more accepting of letting anyone shop at their establishments. Well, that is unless you’re a racist like liberals are.
You know that we have black colleges and black-owned businesses as people like to refer to them as (as opposed to just a plain business owned by a person, they have to emphasize that a black person owns it…which is already racist) but liberals and big tech are teaming up to take things to a new extreme.
Google has decided that if you are looking to shop at a black-owned business instead of one owned by white people, then you can find them a lot easier now on the Google search engine.
Of course, remember that if you were to do this with a white-owned business you’d be racist, but doing it with a black-owned business, it’s social justice and a fight against “white supremacy” and “white privilege”.
Starting last July, US merchants with a verified Google Business Profile could add a Black-owned business attribute to their profile so customers can see that it’s Black-owned when they find that business through Google Search and Maps. This week, Google extended the Black-owned attribute to the site’s Shopping tab, so people can more easily find and buy from Black-owned businesses. The feature will be available to all US-based shops and visible to shoppers in the coming months, the company said in a blog post.
Searches on Google for “Black owned businesses” have jumped 600% over the last 12 months, according to the post. However, one report found that 41% of Black-owned businesses had been closed due to COVID-19. Google partnered with Opportunity Finance Network to provide more than $30 million in loans and grants to support these businesses, as part of the tech giant’s $50 million commitment through the Grow with Google Small Business Fund unveiled in June.