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[–] reasonedandinformed [S] 1 point 2 points (+3|-1) ago 

type "pizzagate" in google, and you will not find us at all in the google results. We are censored, with a notice at the bottom of the search page. This is important since the general public relies heavily on google. I have thought for a long time that we need to use #SaveTheKids or #pedogate to work around the overt and hidden censorship of pizzagate.

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[–] DarkMath 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

"type "pizzagate" in google, and you will not find us at all in the google results."........I just did and I got several links to voat. I also tried in Microsoft Exchange, opened google page and entered "pizzagate" and hit search.

Are you based in the US?

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[–] reasonedandinformed [S] 0 points 1 point (+1|-0) ago  (edited ago)

I am. Before I posted this, I did a search on google using pizzagate, and we were not showing at all on the results http://archive.is/PFdyg. The link at the bottom (with the DMCA complaint) shows us listed for blocking: https://www.lumendatabase.org/notices/13959495

Because google is constantly updating, things have changed in the last hour, but the issue is still there. Google, FB, Twitter, YT are all trying to find ways to either block or censor our results to limit exposure to the voat platform related to pizzagate. Given the size of the community and engagement, we should dominate the results of any search on the term pizzagate, but we do not due to overt censorship. #pedogate may be a better term to work around this issue while explaining in a better way what we have really uncovered.

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[–] reasonedandinformed [S] 1 point 2 points (+3|-1) ago 

By the way, someone who types both pizzagate and voat will get our results, but that means they already know about voat. The issue is to direct people to this platform who have never heard about voat and to get them exposed to the truth of pizzagate, dodging the long list of lies promulgated by the corporate media that populate the results in any native search of the term.