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Why Is Alex Jones Slamming Google CEO?


On Tuesday, Google CEO Sundar Pichai was confronted by Alex Jones outside his House Judiciary Committee. Business Insider reports Jones accused Pichai and Google of making "global censorship systems" for China's Communist Party. Jones said China's Communist party has "killed five times more people than Hitler did." In the video shared on Twitter, Jones is heard chanting "Google is evil" as Pichai walks to his hearing.

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