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Firefox and Chrome Browsers Pro-Muslim – Anti-Christian Spell Checker

Some things are just too much. I stumbled on this by accident when writing a post.

I use the Firefox Browser by Mozilla most of the time and occasionally I use Chrome and Explorer depending on the website I am visiting.

I noticed that in Firefox if I fail to use a capital letter for the word “muslim” the spellchecker underlines the word in red. And if I right-click on the wavy red underlined word, the suggestion is that the first letter “M” be capitalized. And if I change the spelling from muslim to Muslim the spellchecker is happy.

So I typed in the word “christian” intentionally starting the word with a lower case “c”. I was expecting to see the same wavy red line appear under the word prompting me to capitalize the word.

But as you probably guessed, the spellchecker was happy as a clam with the lower case “christian”. And it was also just fine if I used a capital “C” to begin the word.

So I pulled up my Google Chrome Browser and repeated the same exercise. And Chrome delivered the same results as Firefox. Fail to capitalize Christian and the browser does not let you know. But a lower case “M” in the word Muslim is flagged.

Do Firefox and Chrome incorporate the same spell checker into their product? Possibly.

So what about Microsoft Internet Explorer? Does Bill Gates discriminate against the word Christian?

To my surprise, Internet Explorer automatically changes a lower case “c” in the word Christian to the proper, upper case “C”. IE exhibits this behavior id the word Christian begins the sentence or is typed in the middle of a sentence. So it is impossible to use improper capitalization on the word “Christian”.

And a lower case “m” when typing the word Muslim is answered by the wavy red underline suggesting that the first letter be a capital “M”. But IE does not change the letter automatically.

Now I know I can add words to the “user defined” settings of my spell checker and probably turn off auto capitalization in IE. But this little experiment was intended to take3 a look at “out of the box” behavior.

Perhaps it is an oversight by the creators of the spell check module.

But I prefer to consider it a Commie plot by the politically correct to promote their far left ideology.

Your mileage may vary.

About Tom White

Tom is a US Navy Veteran, owns an Insurance Agency and is currently an IT Manager for a Virginia Distributor. He has been published in American Thinker, currently writes for the Richmond Examiner as well as Virginia Right! Blog. Tom lives in Hanover County, Va and is involved in politics at every level and is a Recovering Republican who has finally had enough of the War on Conservatives in progress with the Leadership of the GOP on a National Level.

3 Responses to “Firefox and Chrome Browsers Pro-Muslim – Anti-Christian Spell Checker”

  1. Bob Shannon

    Don’t yet have any details but according to the Tidewater Review newspaper yesterday a middle school class in King & Queen County also recently had a class on 9/11. Appears we can’t find a system to teach them how to read , write or acquire a competent level of math—–but energy time and money being expended in teaching them to be politically correct.

    The sooner we get to real Education reform and School Choice , however we get there, the better. A generation of kids being swallowed and sacrificed at the Educrat Altar.

    If the General Assembly is so moved and can ignore the screaming and whining from the Education establishment I pray they move on getting this done. Competition is the only free market solution to this. Public Schools, one of the last true monopolies is failing our kids, This example in King & Queen, hardly a bastion of academic achievement is just the most recent example.

    Bob Shannon

  2. Molly Fitzhugh says:

    Maybe the same Hanover teacher that shows anti-American 9/11 videos also built these browsers.

  3. Jay Olsen says:

    When commenting on YouTube, I always get the red underline whenever I type “Luciferian” or “Alinsky”, I also get it here. Am I spelling these incorrectly?


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Nothing is more conservative than a republican wanting to get their majority back. And nothing is more liberal than a republican WITH a majority.

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