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Monsanto Paid Google To Bury Unfavorable Glyphosate News


Monsanto does not want anyone to know that glyphosate causes cancer.  Glyphosate is one of the main ingredients in the weed killer known as Roundup.  In the past year, over 18,000 lawsuits have been filed against Bayer, the owner of Monsanto, due to thousands of people contracting cancer from using their product.

Instead of settling out of court and admitting that the scientific research shows that glyphosate causes non-Hodgkins lymphoma, Monsanto has doubled down on litigation by keeping all of these cases languishing in the courts.  To claim that glyphosate does not cancer, Monsanto paid Google an unspecified amount to push all articles that are about this topic further down on their search engines.  Before they push this post, let others know that glyphosate causes cancer.


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    • It was after Monsanto and Bayer appealed the first case that they lost. In appeals court, all documents are made public in attempt to prevent bribery of the appellate judges. That’s why all of them wait to become Supreme Court judges because the corporations will shell out millions of dollars to sway their vote in the Supreme Court.


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