Here’s a recent tweet from Gemmaluisa:
She misspelled “Connor” and her Google results are unclear. I performed a similar search today, spelling his name correctly and placing a plus sign (+) before 12 (to exclude a football player by the same name), and got 9,160 results.
The same search, but with Ralph Yarl’s name yields 60,900 results:
Let’s take a look at the first 10 search result sources for Ralph Yarl:
The New York Times
Now let’s compare that list to the top 10 results for Connor Mullins:
The Post Millenial
But that’s only NINE. What about the others? The other search results, despite my search filter, pertain to sports; they’re not related to 12-year-old victim Connor Mullins.
As for the Ralph Yarl results, most of them appear to be relevant to this specific case. In other words, there are actually around 60,000 Google results for Ralph Yarl compared to 9 for Connor Mullins. Some of the Yarl results have pointed out that celebrities have voiced their support for Yarl, and GoFundMe has raised over $1 million for his recovery.
So we see that all ten of the top results for Ralph Yarl are large corporate publications, with worldwide reach, and the stories are NATIONAL NEWS, not local news. Every one of the Ralph Yarl stories, including the first sentence on the YouTube video, mentions that the victim is black, while the suspect is White.
In contrast, most of the publications that come up under the Connor Mullins search are local, or niche, publications. The sole exceptions are Gab and tigerdroppings, and only those two bring up race. Of course, Gab is not a news organization, but an alternative social media platform.
What about NPR? It recently left Twitter, and had this to say:
NPR will no longer post fresh content to its 52 official Twitter feeds, becoming the first major news organization to go silent on the social media platform. In explaining its decision, NPR cited Twitter’s decision to first label the network “state-affiliated media,” the same term it uses for propaganda outlets in Russia, China and other autocratic countries.
NPR claims that it’s a private organization that receives less than 1% of its funding from the government. The fact that President Biden visited Ralph Yarl, but had nothing to say about Connor Mullins, and didn’t visit the Mullins family, shows that official government policy is that black lives matter more than White lives – as if this weren’t already obvious.
A search for Connor Mullins yielded NOTHING on NPR’s website. A search for Ralph Yarl yields four different articles, three of which are specifically about the Yarl case. NPR clearly agrees with President Biden: Black lives matter, but White lives do not. Even if NPR is not an official state media organ, it might as well be.
Large media organizations are strongly biased in favor of black victims over White victims.
The Federal Government is biased in favor of black victims over White victims.
Celebrities are biased in favor of black victims over White victims.
Google has it’s own anti-White bias, and Google results reflect both its own bias and that of large media corporations/government (“Mediagov”).
Now explain to me, where is the Mullins family’s “White-privilege?”