CensorTrack with TR: Big Tech Despises Pro-Life Content

It’s Episode 38 of Track TR with CensorTrack This week we talked about Big Tech’s five worst cases of Big Tech’s censoring life-affirming social media posts. 

The recent leak by the U.S. Supreme Court about an anticipated overturning 1973 Roe v. WadeThe left is stomping on anything that goes against the pro-abortion agenda. Media seem to loathe anything related to pro-life. MRC Free Speech America’s CensorTrack.org has tracked cases of censorship against life, and we narrowed a list down to five horrible cases of social media suppression.

The first was when Google erased Live Action’s ads for the abortion pill reversal drug. This drug can reverse the pill’s effects and potentially save a baby if a woman takes it after the abortion pill. Google’s censorship hid that opportunity for women. 

After Lila Rose, founder of Live Action, the next case was filed. tweetedBreaking news regarding a Colorado infanticide bill. Two Republican politicians posted a screenshot of Rose’s tweet and got fact-checked, even though the underlying breaking news was accurate. 

Twitter was locked as the third-worst case pro-life censorship. LifeNews.com’This account. LifeNews.com tweeted about one of the five babies found in Washington, D.C., and Twitter deemed the post “gratuitous gore.”

No. 4 came after Texas passed its “Heartbeat Bill.” The May 2021-enacted law prohibits abortion after an unborn baby’s  heartbeat is detected. However, doctors are reported to have performed abortions after the law was passed.  Pro-life advocates created a website to send tips of these violations, but GoDaddy terminated the site while alleging several violations by prolifewhistleblower.com (which now redirects to Texas Right to Life’s website). 

Does it constitute a crime to hold people responsible for illegally aborting children? 

Fifth case against Big Tech’s censorship pro-life content Pro-Life Action LeagueThe group regularly shares pro-life content. One example of a suppressed account is the group, which tweets mainly pro-life content. However, most of it was classified as sensitive media as of April 20, 2021. Information is important in a world where abortion and unborn life are so vulnerable. Big Tech once again proved that they are not interested in life. It is a shame. 

Below is the third episode. With TR, CensorTrack! It is encouraged that you share this information on every social network. If you have been censored, contact us at www.CensorTrack.org, and use #FreeSpeech to point out more of Big Tech’s unacceptable bias.

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