Google Fails To Acknowledge D-Day Anniversary — Celebrates Espresso Instead

Google Fails To Acknowledge D-Day Anniversary -- Celebrates Espresso Instead

Tech Giant Snubs American Heroes In Worst Way Possible

( – There are points in history that certainly stand out from the rest. One of those moments is D-Day in World War II, when Allied forces stormed the beaches of Normandy and effectively altered the course of the war. Google uses what it calls doodles to commemorate special moments and people in history. Naturally, a person might think Google would honor those involved in that fateful day, but instead it chose to celebrate espresso.

June 6, 2022 was the 171st birthday of Angelo Moriondo, the man responsible for creating the first patented espresso machine, which forever changed the way people made coffee. However, the day just so happens to also be the 78th anniversary of D-Day. So why didn’t Google take the time to recognize the event with its doodle?

The choice isn’t really all that surprising. The tech giant has never commemorated D-Day a single time during the two decades and thousands of doodles that have come to fruition since its debut in 1998.

Why wouldn’t the company want to honor those who sacrificed everything that day to seriously alter the course of the war and lead to an Allied win? The move effectively led to the end of the Nazi regime’s reign of terror. The world could be a very different place today if not for that fateful day.

Is the creation of a coffee machine truly more important than the brave people who all but secured the free world’s right to enjoy their coffee in peace?

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