To appease radical “pro-choice” abortion activists, Democrats and their allies in the corporate press, Google and Yelp have both agreed to stifle search engine results for lifesaving pregnancy clinics. Lives.
Despite the fact that nearly 2 in 3 Americans support public funding of vital pregnancy centers, many of which offer free or discounted pregnancy tests, ultrasounds and other care to women in need, Google and Yelp have decided to exploit their power of censorship. to implement the “fake clinic” framing touted by Democrats such as Senator Elizabeth Warren.
Two months after Congressional Democrats asked Google to block search results for pregnancy centers in crisis, the Silicon Valley giant also announced that it would add labels to pro-life clinics explicitly stating that they did not offer abortion services.
“When someone in the United States searches for healthcare providers who offer abortions – for example, using the query ‘abortion clinics near me’ – the local search results box will show the facilities that have been verified to offer abortions”, Google wrote in a response to the 21 Democrats, including Sens. Warren, Amy Klobuchar, Richard Blumenthal, Dianne Feinstein, Kirsten Gillibrand and Bernie Sanders, who called for censorship. “Search results for such queries will also be clearly labeled to indicate whether the facility offers abortions.”
A lot to The pleasure of the democrats, the move led Google to add “additional layers of verification to help confirm that places labeled ‘abortion clinics’ on Google Maps and search offer abortions.” Corporate media outlets such as Bloomberg and the Washington Postwhich specifically pushed Google to align itself with the left’s radical abortion agenda, also celebrated the change of Big Tech society with flattering coverage.
Similarly, Yelp, a San Francisco company that provides information and a place for customers to review businesses, announcement last week that he would label pregnancy care searches with a ‘consumer advisory’ that claims faith-based crisis pregnancy centers ‘generally provide limited medical services and may not have licensed medical professionals on the spot”. Censorship decisions like those of Yelp and Google accept and reinforce a narrative established by the foreign black money group The Center for Countering Digital Hate, and its inclined “search”.
“Crisis Pregnancy Centers are well reported to not offer abortion services, and many have been shown to provide misleading information in an attempt to direct people seeking abortion care to other options,” Yelp VP of User Operations Noorie Malik said in a statement. “With this new consumer advisory, we aim to further protect consumers from the risk of being misled or confused.”
Shortly after the announcement that the Supreme Court planned to overturn Roe vs. Wade broken, Yelp and Google has offered to subsidize travel for its employees to have abortions. Google, which already has a long history of prohibit and limit pro-life advertisementseven promised to wipe off the location history of anyone who visits an abortion center.
Jordan Boyd is an editor at The Federalist and co-producer of The Federalist Radio Hour. His work has also been featured in The Daily Wire and Fox News. Jordan is a graduate of Baylor University where she majored in political science and minored in journalism. Follow her on Twitter @jordanboydtx.