Read the full article by Michael French at AVN.com

Democratic candidate Yang earlier called access to online porn ‘a real problem.

Democratic 2020 presidential candidate Andrew Yang raised the ire of porn fans last month when he, seemingly apropos of nothing, declared that “I believe rampant access to pornography is a real problem,” as AVN.com reported. In Tuesday night’s Democratic presidential debate, Yang did it again—albeit this time, it seemed, inadvertently.

In a discussion of Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren’s plan to break up Silicon Valley’s biggest tech companies, Yang countered by saying that competition among the companies may help solve many of the problems that Warren’s breakup plan would address. 

And in that discussion, Yang took a shot at the Microsoft-owned search engine Bing, as The Daily Dot reported

“There’s a reason why no one is using Bing today,” Yang suddenly declared. “Sorry Microsoft, it’s true.” 

While it is technically untrue that “no one” uses Bing, the search engine ranks a distant second to Google in market share among the top search sites. While Google commands 92.6 percent of search traffic, Bing holds just 2.34 percent—followed by the venerable Yahoo! site, with 1.64 percent.

So who comprises that 2.34 percent of internet search users who rely on Bing? According to PC World, the answer is porn fans, because “Bing is the porn search engine of choice.”