Can White People Be Victims of Racism? Here's What You Learn If You Google That.

According to Google top search results, minorities are incapable of racism against white people.

With Google's frequent accusations of suppressing news unfavorable to the left and favorable to conservatives, The Sun decided to see what the tech giant would generate for one of the most contentious issues in American society under the Obama Administration: Racism.

As rioting ensues, almost monthly, over perceived race-related issues, and with the blatant anti-white and anti-cop sentiment espoused by Black Lives Matter members, the left has now fully rejected the notion that minorities can be racist against white folks. And apparently, Google agrees.

The Sun searched racial questions, similar to, “Is it possible to be racist to a white person?”

Google generated an explanation from The Huffington Post as their top result, and surprise-surprise, it stated clearly that whites cannot be victims of racism at the hands of minorities.

“Any person can be racist, regardless of their own race,” started the explanation.

“WRONG," it continued in all capital letters, "no they can’t racism requires power and prejudice. white people have power to oppress black people because they control the system and ecnomic [sic] structure in society.”

The Sun also asked: "if a black person be racist against a white person."

Their result: “The usage of the word racist relative to a hate speech by blacks on blacks or whites is incorrect. A subjugated group cannot be racist – they can only be prejudicial.”

The next question: “can you be racist towards a white person?”

Their result: “Prejudice against white folks is not ‘racism’, it’s ‘prejudice’ or ‘discrimination,'" it was explained, from the highly-esteemed blogger Slapdash Mom.

“Racism is something else entirely…it’s a system that acts against people of colour in this country (established through slavery and colonisation)…so their [sic.] is a difference," it continued.

The Sun then asked about the meaning of so-called "reverse racism"—a phrase meant to express racism espoused by a minority toward a white person.

The featured explanation essentially justifies this type of racism, stating that it is often "an attempt at redressing past wrongs."

“Reverse racism is a phenomenon in which discrimination, sometimes officially sanctioned, against a dominant or formerly dominant racial or other group representative of the majority in a particular society takes place, for a variety of reasons, often initially as an attempt at redressing past wrongs," Google explains.

Google maintains that these results are all due to their algorithm.

“Google does not endorse or select responses manually," said a Google spokeswoman. "This content comes from the third-party sites that we do not control. The feature is an automatic and algorithmic match to the search query."

She continued: “We welcome feedback, as we’re always working to improve our algorithms. Users and content owners can give feedback on incorrect information through the ‘Feedback’ button at the bottom right of the WebAnswer.”

Another bias controversy surrounding Google involved the search engine leaving Donald Trump off a search for "presidential candidates." Oops!

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