RUSH: Trish in Bloomfield, Michigan. Glad you waited. You’re next. Hi.
CALLER: Hi. Thanks for taking my call, Rush.
RUSH: You bet.
CALLER: Listen, yesterday you talked about Google being an arm of the Democratic Party. So my question to you is, what search engines can we use that can avoid all this?
RUSH: Well, I have a couple for you. I don’t know how different they are from Google in terms of being leftist, but I don’t think either of these two actually had an office in the West Wing during the Obama Regime.
RUSH: A real good one is called DuckDuckGo.
RUSH: And you know what’s good about DuckDuckGo?
RUSH: They don’t track.
CALLER: Oh, my. Okay. Thank you.
RUSH: You do not leave any trace of any website that you have visited if you use DuckDuckGo as your search engine.
CALLER: Okay. Got it.
RUSH: What kind of computer or phone do you use?
CALLER: Uh, an iPhone.
RUSH: Okay. DuckDuckGo is… If you go into Safari or if you go… I’ll find it and I’ll announce it. There’s a place where you can set your default search engine, I think it’s Safari settings.
RUSH: You can choose DuckDuckGo right there, and it will be your default search engine. In fact, just let me look here real quickly. I think that’s where it’s gonna be, and if it’s not, then I’ll find it during the break for you. Yeah, it’s Safari and default search engine. It’s right at the first thing you see at the top.
RUSH: Search engine, you got Google, Yahoo, Bing, or DuckDuckGo. Bing was gonna be the other one I mentioned. It’s Microsoft.
RUSH: They’re still a bunch of leftists, but they’re not —
RUSH: But DuckDuckGo. It’s one word: DuckDuckGo. .
RUSH: You’ll see it in the settings there and choose that, and the best thing about that is no tracking.
CALLER: Amen! Thank you, thank you.
RUSH: My pleasure.