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Google celebrates Easter with … Cesar Chavez birthday tribute


Yep. While two billion Christians around the world celebrate Easter Sunday on this 31st day of March, Google is using its famous “Doodle” search logo art to mark the birth of left-wing labor leader Cesar Chavez.

For real:

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Christians from all walks of life and political views expressed shock, dismay, and exasperation with Google’s diss:

Google is going with the Cesar Chavez doodle on Easter.Ok then.

— Shaun McDonnell (@McShauno) March 31, 2013

Wondering why Cesar Chavez is on google instead of something easter related….

— Marquela B. (@HelloQuella) March 31, 2013

It’s really great that Google is recognizing “Cesar Chavez’s” birthday.Not like there’s anything else going on today Google….

— Charlie (@Legal_Citizen) March 31, 2013

Why is Jesus not on google but Cesar Chavez and his 86th birthday is ???

— MFrat92 (@MFrat1992) March 31, 2013

that awkward moment when its easter but the @google logo is Cesar Chavez….

— Fabio Lamberti (@fabio_lamberti) March 31, 2013

Annoyance of the day: It’s Easter and Google’s new graphic is celebrating Cesar Chavez’s 86th birthday.

— Rosemary Wilkerson (@richfield65) March 31, 2013

If you go to google rite now you will not find an Easter egg or Jesus you will find Cesar Chavez #kingofkings? #ithinknot #nottalkingaboutJc

— Morgan Canty (@CantyMorgan) March 31, 2013

So it’s Easter, yet the google homepage is commemorating Cesar Chavez. A union socialist. Wow…

— Zac Sharpe(@Zacsharpe) March 31, 2013

Google thinks Cesar Chavez is more important than Easter. #whoareyou #happyeaster

— Olivia Liedtka (@LiedtkaOlivia) March 31, 2013

wait what on earth google is prioritizing cesar chavez’ birthday over easter interesting

— Frankie (@FrankTheTruTank) March 31, 2013

I’ve got nothing against Cesar Chavez, but even Chavez was a Catholic. I doubt he’d want Google to recognize him on Resurrection Day.

— Keith R. Kingsolver (@jksolver) March 31, 2013

Wow. Congrats Google, youve managed to alienate all Christians in America today: instead of celebrating Christ, they celebrate Cesar Chavez.

— Keith R. Kingsolver (@jksolver) March 31, 2013

Can I just say how disappointed I am that it is Easter Sunday but google chooses to celebrate Cesar Chavez’s 86th birthday instead.. #What?

— A True, Genuine Lady (@TrueGenuineLady) March 31, 2013

Today’s Google Doodle honors César Chávez, who is shown wearing whiteresplendent clothes as befits one risen from the dead. Er, wait.

— Esteban Vázquez (@voxstefani) March 31, 2013

He is risen.. Ceaser Chavez. according to @google.

— Sean Agnew (@seanagnew) March 31, 2013




Mom said it best… “Go to hell, Google.” @twitchyteam: Google celebrates Easter with…Cesar Chavez birthday tribute bit.ly/14x5lTn

— Faith Goldy (@FaithGoldy) March 31, 2013

Bing, anyone?

Google uses Caesar Chavez on Easter instead of using something Easter related? Okay, I’m switching to Bing. #tcot #google

— Jordan (@LordyBiscuit) March 31, 2013

Why I use Bing. Google goes left. “@twitchyteam: Google celebrates Easter with…Cesar Chavez birthday tribute bit.ly/14x5lTn

— Owen Terry (@owen_terry) March 31, 2013

Google FAIL … It’s EASTER and Google celebrates Cesar Chavez??? #HeIsRisen #BING

— Douglas Warren (@Predsboro71) March 31, 2013

Or maybe not:

Bing has a Jelly Fish. RT @toddstarnes Check out Google’s Easter doodle bit.ly/16phN5X#fail

— Nels (@debitking) March 31, 2013

Good question:

So the Google doodle for Easter is Cesar Chavez? Seriously? They just trying to annoy folks?

— Sean Busick (@SeanBusick) March 31, 2013

Google’s Doodle logo overlords sure have a way of rubbing their politics in people’s noses:

Google doodle honors D-Day with tribute to drive-in movie theaters

Google blows off Memorial Day with miniature flag clip art


#GoogleMottos: Google’s Easter insult sparks Twitter backlash, mockery

While Google honors Cesar Chavez, Bing delivers Easter eggs

Google defenders: Google doesn’t post doodles for religious holidays

Where’s Al Gore’s Google doodle?


Read more: http://twitchy.com/2013/03/31/google-celebrates-easter-with-cesar-chavez-birthday-tribute/

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