Live Action President and Founder Lila Rose joins The Federalist Radio Hour to discuss how this anti-abortion law got past abortion activists’ attempts to block it.
TikTok, the popular social video platform, has reinstated Live Action’s account after banning the pro-life organization for violating TikTok’s community guidelines.
Hours after senators sent a letter to Facebook in support of the pro-life group Live Action, Facebook labeled the organization ‘false news’ once again.
If tech giants want to block pro-life content, they need to be prepared to also accept legal liability for the various words and images uploaded.
When you start banning people who are normal citizens, who are not intentionally in the political game, it crosses a line, and at a great risk.
Planned Parenthood has a documented history of enabling child abusers and rapists. That’s supposed to be everything the MeToo movement is against.
If we are to believe Planned Parenthood exists to promote women’s well-being, we would expect them to rush to defend those being trafficked. In fact, they rush to help cover the trafficking.
By sending women to the Internet to look for alternatives to abortion, Planned Parenthood staffers are doing the very thing its lobbyists want stop pro-life pregnancy centers from doing.
In new videos from Live Action, former Planned Parenthood employees reveal they treated women like livestock to fulfill corporate quotas.
‘I felt like I was more of a salesman sometimes, to sell abortions. . . We were told on a regular basis that you have a quota to meet, to keep this clinic open.’
Despite Planned Parenthood’s claims that women depend on them for prenatal care, new videos reveal the nation’s largest abortion provider primarily uses its ultrasound machines for abortions only.
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