Battling Big Tech

Battling Big Tech

Last month, Google made headlines by censoring ads for life-saving abortion pill reversal from their platform, while permitting numerous ads for the dangerous chemical abortion pill offered by Planned Parenthood.

On Sept. 13, Google “disapproved” all of pro-life organization Live Action’s advertisements for abortion pill reversal. The advertisements had been running for more than four months and had previously been approved by Google, said Live Action President Lila Rose.

Like LiveAction, the Right to Life League is also an ongoing target of Big Tech — Facebook consistently rejects many of our ads. Moreover, Facebook refuses to award us the blue checkmark signifying our Facebook account is “verified,” despite years online and our numerous applications and accompanying documentation.

That’s why one of our biggest projects is our internet marketing program for pro-life pregnancy clinics–and why we’re so focused on funding for this needed program.

“We are fighting an epic battle of disinformation to reach abortion-vulnerable women, to give them the truth: namely, that chemical abortion can be safely reversed,” says Susan S. Arnall, Esq., Director of Outreach and Engagement for the Right to Life League.

“We operate on less than 2% of the budget that the local Planned Parenthood across the street receives. We are a modern-day David battling a modern-day giant: Big Tech. Please donate today to help us win the battle for life.”

Theresa Brennan

President and Executive Director of The Right to Life League, corporate litigation attorney, mother of 5, and third generation pro-life warrior.