“No advertiser is permitted to use the phrase ‘killing babies’.”
That’s what Twitter told us when they censored one of our videos.
Here’s what happened: We made a video ad (see below) for this year’s election for Virginia Attorney General, exposing the pro-abortion Democrat in the race, Mark Herring.
A few days after we launched the ad, Twitter took it down!
It seems to us that Twitter should be less offended about what we’re saying about abortion, than what the Abortion Industry is actually doing to unborn babies.
But it’s not just political ads Twitter is censoring. They even censored one of our president Marjorie Dannenfelser’s tweets quoting – believe it or not – Mother Teresa!
And it’s not just us who Twitter is censoring. They’ve been blocking ads from our friends at Live Action, and our pro-life ally U.S. Representative Marsha Blackburn.
On Monday we launched a video ad (see below) in support of pro-life Ed Gillespie who is running for Governor of Virginia. And you better believe we’re running this ad on Twitter (as well as on Facebook and other websites), to inform pro-life Virginians of what’s at stake in this election.
In the 21st century, reaching people on platforms like Twitter is essential. But unfortunately, many of these big tech companies are run by pro-abortion advocates who censor pro-life speech from their platforms.
Thankfully Twitter backed down and allowed Marsha Blackburn to continue running her ad. But they haven’t responded yet to our requests to stop the censorship.
Media Coverage of Twitter’s censorship of our pro-life message:
- Washington Times: Pro-life groups struggle against Planned Parenthood funding in Virginia politics – Wednesday, October 25, 2017
- LifeSiteNews: Twitter censors pro-life ad saying abortion supporters favor ‘killing babies’ – Wednesday, October 25, 2017