Prominent pro-life advocate Bryan Kemper is questioning Facebook after it removed his pro-life message, a move that followed on the heels of the company‚Äôs decision to allow the posting of directions on how to perform an abortion at home.
Just last month, the popular social media site issued an apology to Rebecca Gomperts for temporarily censoring her do-it-yourself abortion instructions she had posted as her profile picture.
But this week Kempers‚Äô message was shut down and he wants pro-life Facebook users to sound the alarm....
I like how now a days it's the cool hip thing to kill an alive human beeing before there born just because there's an inch or two of skin separating the unborn "fetus" there not a human or alive but when they come out they are alive it makes no sence to me I hate the way the world has become it sickens me. Also the lady who has the do it yourself abortion thing on her page is a bad person
Don Randolph wrote: If only we could shut down Facebook. This is clearly a first amendment infraction.
I disagree. Facebook is a corporation, not a Federal agency answerable to Constitutional limitations on Federal powers. Therefore they have the legal right to censor in this way, however much we may dislike their choices.
Federal impositions on what privately-owned entities may do (aside from what is prohibited by business law like the Uniform Commercial Code) is characteristic of fascism.