Google censoring pro-life facts to help abortionists

Thursday, July 6, 2017
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Charlie Butts (OneNewsNow.com)

Google headquartersA liberal view on abortion by those over the World Wide Web could very well be harming Operation Rescue's efforts to tell the truth about terminating preborn babies.

Operation Rescue operates a website called “Abortions in America,” which reveals a considerable amount of information on abortion in the United States. The resource is used by the general public and researchers to obtain accurate facts.

Operation Rescue President Troy Newman maintains that Abortions in America was a very popular website.

“But Google has censored this page,” Newman asserted. “Just after January, we noticed a huge reduction in the number of Web hits, and all those Web hits come from Google searches, so apparently people across the world were literally googling abortions in the United States – or abortions in America – and landing directly on our page as being very high up in the search parameters.”

Tens of thousands of people landed on the website until January, when the hits trickled down considerably.

The pro-life leader argues that this kind of pro-life censorship by Google is common among liberal tech companies that are relentlessly pro-abortion.

“They've tried to shut us down in the past, so I'm certain that the pro-abortion people that run the strings at Google are wanting to censor the truth about the tragedy of abortion, and then supplant that information with radical pro-abortion information from the Center for Disease Control or Alan Guttmacher,” Newman contended.

Operation Rescue has its own plan of action, including contacting Google and asking them to, once again, free up truthful information about abortion.

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