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Big Tech is on a role when it comes to silencing conservative voices. From canceling right-wing politicians to suppressing anyone who questions COVID mainstream narratives, online censorship knows no end. As Church Militant's Kim Tisor explains, Big Tech's most recent left-leaning actions are targeting a group that aims to save lives.
Pro-death Google is silencing Live Action by killing the pro-life group's $170,000 ad campaign promoting abortion pill reversal treatment. The ads ran over a span of four months — until Monday, when the tech giant suddenly "disapproved" the ads.
Former U.S. representative Lamar Smith, R-TX: "Google has long faced criticism for manipulating search results to censor conservatives."
Google asserted the ads were based on "unreliable claims." But studies show the treatment relies on the hormone progesterone, which has been safely used to prevent miscarriages since the 1950s. The treatment also boasts of a 68% success rate in stopping abortions already underway.
Another Live Action ad Google axed illustrated "textbook" human development. The double standard is glaring. Live Action complains Google continues to run advertisements for abortion facilities that promote next-day abortions and even abortion via mail.
Yesterday, Republican Missouri senator Josh Hawley contacted Google about the censorship, accusing the mega–social media platform of taking a page right out of the progressive Left's playbook.
Live Action's founder and president Lila Rose notes abortion activists pressured Google to kill the ads because they were making a difference, directing hundreds of moms to information that could save unborn lives. According to Live Action, abortion-pill-reversal treatment has saved 2,500 lives. Anyone wanting more information should visit www.abortionpillreversal.com