Marsha Blackburn isn’t the only one who has been censored for pro-life comments on social media recently. The Wexford/Missaukee Right to Life, an affiliate of Right to Life of Michigan, noticed in early October that its Facebook advertising account had been shut down without warning.
When the pro-life group confronted Facebook for an explanation, Facebook said in a statement,“There’s no further action you may take here. We don’t support ads for your business model.”
Earlier this year, Facebook blocked the Right to Life of Michigan advertising account and, according to the organization’s president, Barbara Listing, only reinstated it after the news media started covering the story. Other pro-life groups that have been censored this year on social media include Live Action and Susan B. Anthony List.
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