Liberals in Silicon Valley have been caught red-handed banning political views they don’t like.
And the Left loves nothing more than to see pro-lifers being shutdown.
But what this social media behemoth is doing to stifle pro-life voices will make you sick.
Facebook is blocking ads for the upcoming pro-life film Roe v. Wade.
The people behind the Roe v. Wade film bill it as the “true story of the most corrupt court case in history that led to the murder of 60 million babies.”
Seeking to capitalize on a recent press story about the film, its creators tried to reach a wider audience with the film’s message by running an ad on Facebook with a link to the story but were shut down.
Facebook claims the attempt to promote the film violates the Mark Zuckerberg-owned company’s new “issues of national importance” rules.
Breitbart News reports:
The producers and writers behind the upcoming film Roe v. Wade starring Jon Voight and Stacey Dash, which tells the story surrounding the landmark legal case legalizing abortion, recently attempted to advertise the film on Facebook but were denied under Facebook’s new “issues of national importance” rules.
The ad that Loeb and Allen attempted to run was simply a link to a Hollywood Reporter article about the film. The ad featured a link to a post featuring a picture of actor Jon Voight along with the hashtag #BringRoevWadeToLife. A screenshot of the advertisement can be seen below:
The producers attempted to “boost” this post from their Facebook page and were informed by Facebook that their ad was not approved, a screenshot of the email that they received can be seen below:
Breitbart News reached out to Facebook for comment on this issue and was told that the problem with the ad related to Facebook’s new “issues of national importance” rules which requires further verification and identification of those running ads on important topics. A Facebook spokesperson said in a statement:
Below is a screenshot of the email notifying Roe v. Wade film’s creators that their ad was rejected.
Of course, this isn’t the first time Mr. Zuckerberg’s outfit has been called out for censuring pro-lifers.
As we reported in 2018, Facebook got caught red-handed doing this to handicap another pro-life movie exposing notorious abortionist Kermit Gosnell.
Clearly Facebook, which has been criticized for engaging in anti-competitive business practices and monopoly status, is using its monopoly power to force speech and ideas it disagrees with off the platform.
We’d like to know your thoughts. Should Facebook stop suppressing ads for the Roe v. Wade film?
Let us know in the comment section.