If you’re a big Google user, you might want to take note of this:

More from the Daily Caller:

Google, the most powerful search engine in the world, is now displaying fact checks for conservative publications in its results.
No prominent liberal site receives the same treatment.

When searching for a media outlet that leans right, like The Daily Caller (TheDC), Google gives users details on the sidebar, including what topics the site typically writes about, as well as a section titled “Reviewed Claims.”

Vox, and other left-wing outlets and blogs like Gizmodo, are not given the same fact-check treatment. When searching their names, a “Topics they write about” section appears, but there are no “Reviewed Claims.” In fact, a review of mainstream outlets, as well as other outlets associated with liberal and conservative audiences, shows that only conservative sites feature the highly misleading, subjective analysis. Several conservative-leaning outlets like TheDC are “vetted,” while equally partisan sites like Vox, ThinkProgress, Slate, The Huffington Post, Daily Kos, Salon, Vice and Mother Jones are spared.

If you think this sounds super-sketchy … you’re exactly right.

Something definitely smells rotten. And it gets worse:

While the sites being given the “reviewed claims” treatment aren’t exclusively conservative sites, it’s pretty clear that Google has an overwhelmingly anti-conservative bias.

It really doesn’t seem like they do, does it?