Google censors abortion pill reversal ads, reinforcing pro-abortion stance

Human rights group Live Action has experienced firsthand censorship from Google after the technology company took down its online advertisements. The group’s ads promote abortion pill reversal (APR) using the safe pregnancy hormone progesterone. Google’s move to censor Live Action’s ads on its platform appears to cement Big Tech’s anti-life and pro-abortion stances.

Since May 10, 2021, the group has placed strategic ads on Google informing women of APR and the use of progesterone. However, the Big Tech firm disapproves all of Live Action’s ads on Sept. 13. Google cites “unreliable claims” as a basis for its censorship of Live Action’s APR ads despite approving them earlier. The pro-life group has spent more than $170,000 for the advertisements that direct thousands of women to the APR hotline.

However, Google’s basis for shutting down the APR advertisements holds no water. APR involves the use of progesterone, a hormone being used as a standard treatment to prevent miscarriages. The APR treatment aims to overtake the effects of mifepristone – the so-called abortion pill – which blocks progesterone. With its 68 percent success rate, APR has saved more than 2,500 children in the womb.

Live Action Founder and President Lila Rose says in a Sept. 14 press release: “Google has sided with extremist pro-abortion ideology, banning the pro-life counterpoint and life-saving information from being promoted on [its] platform. Google’s censorship baldly reveals that the corporation is in the pocket of the abortion industry.”…

The eugenics/depopulation industry is more accurate.   If they didn’t have to get legal consent, abortion would probably be mandatory.   Americans are obsolete.

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