"Big Brother can't tolerate biblical truth in the marketplace of ideas." @tomascol
Planned Parenthood is allowed to freely advertise on @Twitter and promote their pro-abortion message.
But we and @LilaGraceRose are BANNED from advertising because your staff deems our pro-life content "inflammatory."
Can we have some clarity?
"As Christians we ought to be championing the freedom to speak and having the wisdom to know when not to speak and how to speak," @Paul_ADFIntl said.
Instagram users have been blocked from following @Activist_Mommy in an effort to "protect" their community.
If Rep. @MarshaBlackburn and her pro-life supporters feel they are not getting a fair shake from social media companies, they seem to have good reason.
"Facebook is a communications tool through which both sides are working to engage and turn out voters but now Facebook is not even bothering to hide their bias," @SBAList spokeswoman @MalloryTQ said in a statement.
.@MarshaBlackburn's campaign was planning to promote its ads, which it titled "Stop The Mob," on Google's various platforms and services, but Google would not approve them due to "shocking content," the email from Google Ads said.
"It seems the growing recognition by elected officials and grassroots Americans of the clear pattern of censorship of Christian and conservative viewpoints by Big Tech has rattled progressives seeking to suppress those views." @JamesASmithSr
In short, Big Tech has pivoted from the stubbornly principled "viewpoint neutrality" of the First Amendment towards the European approach of "balancing" free speech against competing interests.
Last year you said @Facebook would allow #ProLife ads to run.
But now you're censoring our ads telling stories of Micah & Charlotte, two babies born prematurely.
Please fix this ASAP!
Pro-life Americans everywhere
Big Tech companies are quickly positioning themselves as the internet's thought police, threatening to stamp out one of America's most cherished freedoms — the right to free speech.
The private Facebook group was created several years ago so law enforcement officers could interact with each other. The group had about 150 members.
Conservative commentator @MichelleMalkin came to @JohnHawkinsRWN's defense, tweeting that he was one of the first in online conservative media, starting @RightWingNews in 2001.
If the Republicans hold on to Congress this fall, they had better wake up and make an all-out push to pass laws protecting free and independent access to media. @roddreher
Today, Facebook directed advertisers to its non-discrimination policy, which links to anti-Kavanaugh activist groups as if they were the gold standard on civil rights. https://t.co/UV9RYcwFVm
A prominent show of support from a Facebook executive for Brett Kavanaugh brought new turmoil to the company.