Google is a search engine. It doesn't give you definitive answers. It helps you to search
for the answers. Any bias you allege in google doesn't change the facts.
A fact is something that can be disproven.
Any time you state something as a "fact" you should be able to answer the question... I will admit that this is wrong if I am provided this data or experimental result.
If Brandon is claiming "the Mainstream media didn't report on Israel's recent peace deals with the UAE". This statement is clearly wrong if someone can provide an example where the Mainstream media reported on the peace deal.
Facts are facts only if they are tested, and the conditions that disprove them don't happen. This has nothing to do with bias.
If anyone can provide a link to show CNN's coverage of Israel's peace deal with the UAE... then Brandon's claim is factually wrong.