Facebook Joins Silicon Valley Giants That Have Blocked Pro-Blackburn Ads, This Time Temporarily Removing Susan B. Anthony List Video Exposing Bredesen’s Pro-Abortion Views

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UPDATE:

Late Thursday, Breitbart News reported that Facebook has changed course and will now allow the Susan B. Anthony list ad supporting Marsha Blackburn.

The Susan B. Anthony List announced Thursday morning that Facebook had censored their ad contrasting Senate candidate Phil Bredesen’s pro-abortion views with opponent Marsha Blackburn’s unequivocal support for life.

The tweet says, “BREAKING: This morning Facebook banned our 30-second ad exposing pro-abortion @PhilBredesen in Tennessee and supporting #ProLife Marsha Blackburn for Senate.”

The tweet contains a link to the ad.

This comes after the ad had been airing on digital platforms, including Facebook, since Oct. 23.

“Facebook’s decision to take down this ad is just another example of the liberal elites of Silicon Valley censoring conservative ideas online,” said U.S. Rep. Blackburn (R-TN-07). “We have repeatedly seen a demonstrated bias against conservatives and it needs to stop. The SBA List has a record of principled leadership on pro-life issues, and it is an honor to have their support in my race for United States Senate.”

In October 2017, Blackburn’s campaign announcement video was blocked by Twitter over concerns that the ad’s pro-life message would offend viewers. She boasted in the ad that she “stopped the sale of baby body parts.” A Twitter representative told the candidate’s vendors on Monday that the statement was “deemed an inflammatory statement that is likely to evoke a strong negative reaction.”

Earlier this week, Google blocked a Tennessee Republican Party ad featuring an angry mob of protestors. The ad included video footage of protestors interrupting her moment of silence for victims of the recent deadly mass shooting of a synagogue, were disapproved because they contained “shocking content.”

Those protests happened during a rally Sunday in Nashville held by U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) to support Blackburn and speak out against the way Democrats tried to tarnish the reputation of Judge Brett Kavanaugh during his confirmation hearings for the Supreme Court.

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Jason M. Reynolds has more than 20 years’ experience as a journalist at outlets of all sizes.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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2 Thoughts to “Facebook Joins Silicon Valley Giants That Have Blocked Pro-Blackburn Ads, This Time Temporarily Removing Susan B. Anthony List Video Exposing Bredesen’s Pro-Abortion Views”

  1. hmmm this I it I knew it would happen that it just a matter of time, thank for sharing this for us

  2. Debbie Deal

    I am so proud that this woman respects the lives of helpless, innocent unborn children. Brutalizing and then murdering unborn babies, many times for profit screams for the deepest pits of hell. Women fighting and protesting over the right to kill their own babies that THEY created is one of the most shocking, horrific sins I’ve heard of. Do you not think that the blood of these babies cries out to God? Do you not think there will not be a price to be paid for all these barbaric murders?

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