Twitter Censors Pro-Life Ads Showing Unborn Babies by Citing Its 'Hate Policy'
July 3, 2017
Twitter is refusing to allow a pro-life group to buy ads that promote the dignity of unborn life because they claim the content violates their "hate and sensitive policy," according to a leading pro-life activist.
The social media platform has been flagging pro-life group Live Action's tweets and is not allowing them to procure ads with the company, Lila Rose, the organization's founder and president, said in an interview with Fox News' Tucker Carlson Tuesday night.
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