Richard Grenell listed as president
Gesara.news » News » Richard Grenell listed as presidentNews Date: March 20, 2021
Ladies and Gentlemen, let me introduce the interim president of the United States of America!?
Richard Grenell: I will run up the stairs without tripping and then announce a plethora of Executive Orders. Stay tuned.
A former acting director of national intelligence turned potential Republican candidate for governor of California, gleefully seized on an error by Google on Saturday, promising a plethora of executive orders after the search giant listed him as President of the United States since 2021. The information appeared to come directly from Wikipedia, which is automatically used by Google in searches where it is then often stated as fact.
The military is in control? White hats are in control of Google? You decide...
Sources: twitter.com, www.theguardian.com, www.rt.com
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