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Tuesday, August 15, 2017
Google And Facebook Co-Sponsoring Protest Of Pro-Life Women’s Health Care Clinic
This Women's clinic doesn't perform abortions? Why the BASTARDS, er, BITCHES!! Ed.
The following article
appeared in the Daily Caller on August 11th
By Peter Hasson
Two of the most powerful companies in
the world are co-sponsoring a protest against a pro-life women’s health care
clinic that provides free medical services and counseling to pregnant women —
just not abortions.
Facebook and Google are co-sponsoring
Netroots Nation, an annual gathering of progressive activists and political
leaders that is targeting a pro-life organization, Human Coalition, and the
health care clinics they operate under the name Cura, which provide free
medical services and counseling for women with unplanned pregnancies. The
protest’s organizers claim two primary motivations for going after Human
Coalition’s clinics: they’re pro-life, and they’re successful
Netroots’ official agenda
has the protest scheduled for Saturday at noon, immediately following one event
featuring Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren, and shortly before another event
featuring former Vice President Al Gore. Google and Facebook are listed
as “premier sponsors” of Netroots, alongside far-left organizations like
Saturday’s protest pits activists
backed by two of the top four most valuable brands in the
world against a small but effective organization that describes itself as
both pro-women and pro-child.
Pro-abortion group Reproaction will
lead Saturday’s protest against Human Coalition. Reproaction claims Human
Coalition’s health center is a “fake clinic” because — unlike, say, Planned
Parenthood — they don’t perform abortions. The protest is titled, “Get Fake
Clinics Out Of Atlanta!”
Google CEO, Sundar Pichai
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“We are taking direct action on CURA
Women’s Care Clinic to send a message to Human Coalition and other crisis
pregnancy centers that they will no longer get a pass for misleading women who
are trying to find abortion services,” claim the protest organizers. The
organizers appear particularly disturbed by Human Coalition’s use of prayer:
their description of Saturday’s protest includes two direct references to the
advocacy group’s promotion of prayers for women considering abortions.
But it’s the left-wing activists who
are actively deceiving women in pursuit of political goals, argued Human
Coalition’s communications director Lauren Enriquez.
“This is the industry that also calls
prenatal human beings ‘products of conception,'” said Enriquez. “We aren’t
surprised that those who would prefer that pregnant women in crisis not have
access to anything but abortion have employed deceptive rhetoric to try to
delude the public about the services offered by our women’s care clinics.”
Human Coalition appears to have
earned a target on its back after the organization placed two op-eds in the New
York Times. The protest organizers cite the two op-eds — placed in a paper with
an overwhelmingly pro-abortion editorial board — as a sign that Human Coalition
has been successful, and therefore must be destroyed.
“Human Coalition staff have caught
the attention of The New York Times twice this year, publishing editorials
spreading the falsehood that abortion is dehumanizing to women, and that
opposition to abortion is part of feminism,” Reproaction states, adding:
“(nope, pro-life feminism is impossible).”
In one of those op-eds,
Enriquez explained that pro-life women “reject the version of
‘feminism’ that infers that we cannot be equal to men unless we snuff out what
is unique about us as women: our ability to protect, nourish and nurture new
life inside of our bodies.”
Facebook CEO, Mark Zuckerberg
Saturday’s protest of an organization
devoted to helping women and unborn children indicates that Google and Facebook
are becoming more open in their support of left-wing political causes.
Both Google and Facebook have long
been accused of harboring left-wing biases. Google’s board of directors
donated six times as much money to Democrats as Republicans, the
Media Research Center found. The company has been accused of burying negative
search results for Democratic figures like Hillary Clinton, although it denied that charge.
Google recently found itself at the
center of a public relations firestorm after firing an employee, James Damare, for writing a
scientifically-based memo against the company’s “ideological echo chamber” and
culture of political correctness run amok. New York Times columnist David
Brooks called on Google CEO Sundar Pichai to resign in a column on Friday, arguing that Pichai “joined
the mob” against Damore.
Facebook’s liberal biases are well
Former Facebook employees admitted to Gizmodo last year that the social network
routinely suppressed conservative news from its “trending topics” section,
while purposefully elevating other topics — like Black Lives Matter — to make
them national topics. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has previously scolded employees for not being supportive enough of Black