Top Trending Question On Google: ‘Is Hillary Clinton Going To Jail?’

Hillary Rodham Clinton answers questions at a news conference at the United Nations, Tuesday, March 10, 2015. Clinton conceded that she should have used a government email to conduct business as secretary of state, saying her decision was simply a matter of "convenience." (AP Photo/Richard Drew)

Google Trends has revealed that the most recent top trending question asked about presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton is whether she’s going to jail or not.

“Is Hillary Clinton going to jail?” was revealed to be the most asked Clinton-related question on the search engine today, followed by “What party is Hillary Clinton in?” and “Will Hillary win?”.

The top trending question was revealed on the infographic-based Twitter account for Google Trends, along with the top trending questions for Republican nominee Donald Trump, where the most popular question was “Why is Donald Trump in Scotland”, and a variety of British EU referendum categories.

“Not even Google’s search engine manipulation can save Hillary” commented one user, referring to the numerous allegations that Google has been manipulating their search results in favor of Clinton. “Screen cap for when this gets deleted” posted another user.

Despite currently ranking as the number one most searched Clinton-related question, Google refuses to suggest it when a user enters the words into their search engine, a very unusual practice for such a popular search term.


At a Moscow journalism forum earlier this month, Wikileaks founder Julian Assange claimed Google to be “directly engaged in Hillary Clinton’s campaign,” adding that should Clinton be elected, “those people in Google, like Jared Cohen, will be placed into positions around the new Clinton presidency”, creating even more speculation as to the extent of Clinton and Google’s relationship.

Charlie Nash is a reporter for Breitbart Tech and former editor of the Squid Magazine. You can follow him on Twitter @MrNashington or like his page at Facebook.


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