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In 2018, 66% of Irish voters chose to abolish the country's Eighth Amendment, which outlawed abortion.
Last week, an Ireland-based pro-life organization released a new documentary digging deeper into the referendum that brought death to the Emerald Isle.
The group Life Institute produced a film titled Ireland's Fall: The Abortion Deception, unveiling large-scale interference in the traditionally Catholic country's referendum.
The documentary reveals how Ireland — previously a pro-life bastion — became a target of mainstream media, Big Tech and big money. Ireland's media began fueling the abortionist fires years before the vote, deceptively reporting and pushing a pro-death narrative.
Maria Steen, barrister: "There was a personal story that was never heard. And that was that of the baby."
Big Tech also joined media in suppressing pro-life activists leading up to the referendum. Google banned ads for the vote directly after pro-life activists ramped up advertising efforts.
Facebook also blocked pro-life ads preceding the referendum. Liberal doctor Robert Epstein even admitted Facebook wields enormous influence in deciding elections.
To top it off, Facebook's CEO Mark Zuckerberg and billionaire George Soros both gave enormous sums of money to the abortion industry and directly supported Ireland's abortionists in the referendum.