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Google removed images of former British PM Winston Churchill and hall of fame film Gone With the Wind and said it was a “technical error.”

Google search result images of Gone With the Wind and Winston Churchill were omitted from results instead displaying the default placement holder images for their categories. Google allege it was a technical error despite Black Lives Matter angry protests.

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The statue of the former British prime minister who lead the United Kingdom to victory against German Nazis during World War II has been damaged and defiled by angry Black Lives Matter protesters who claim that Winston Churchill was a white fascist and a racist Nazi.

The protesters also felt it was necessary to go after one of the all time greatest films Gone With the Wind. The film received criticism for it’s ‘offensive portrayed of people of colour’ by radical left wingers and was ultimately dropped by HBO Max despite being a hallmark in black history for being the first film to receive an Oscar for a black female performance.

Images of both Churchill and Gone With the Wind were both omitted from official Google results yet Google alleges that was merely a technical error.

“We’re aware an image for Sir Winston Churchill is missing from his Knowledge Graph entry on Google. We apologise for any concern. This was not purposeful & will be resolved. Images in such panels are automatically created & updated. During an update, they can briefly disappear…” Google explained in a lengthy Twitter thread.

Google removed images of Winston Churchill after statue vandalised and labelled racist.

Although Google remain adamant that this was purely a technical error many believe that a disgruntled Google employee who is an avid Black Lives Matter supporter may be involved.

“There are plenty of activists working for Google, Twitter, and other big tech companies. Remember when Trump got his account deleted by an angry Twitter employee? This could very likely be the case for Google. Churchill and Gone With the Wind both have their search images removed at the same time? Doesn’t seem like a coincidence to me.” The big tech insider told Sausage Roll.

Google remove images of Winston Churchill from search results amid BLM protests.

Google remove images of Winston Churchill from search results amid BLM protests.

Google has not yet responded to questions why search images of Winston Churchill and Gone With the Wind — both which are considered problematic and racist by BLM activists — were removed simultaneously.

Google have now restored the images blaming it on a technical error in their Knowledge Graph entry on Google.

What do you think happened. Open Graphy entry update error or disgruntled Google employee? Let us know in the comments below.

Erina Rose
I was born in Norway and am an experienced game designer who has interned for some of the biggest studios in Europe. I'm now now enjoying the hot Australian sun while writing about my past and passions. You can follow me on Twitter @ErinaWins or contact me via email at [email protected]

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