YouTube 'Restricts' PragerU's Video on Planned Parenthood Hours After Its Release
The conservative nonprofit PragerU is voicing its aggravation once again after the Google-owned video sharing platform YouTube "restricted" its newest video on Planned Parenthood just hours after it was posted.
On Monday, PragerU posted a video to YouTube titled "What You Need to Know about Planned Parenthood." The video featured prominent pro-life activist, Lilia Rose, president and founder of the national pro-life group Live Action.
In the five-minute video, Rose warns about the "deceptions" the nation's largest abortion business uses to fool the public into thinking that it's a "healthcare provider." Rose even debunked some of the abortion giant's claims....
No sanctuary for conservatives- or babies threatened by libs. Shut up & let us have our way & OUR say the devil's way.
Sen. Patty Murray (D-WA) called for the resignation Thursday of Scott Lloyd, the director the Department of Health and Human Services‚Äô Office of Refugee Resettlement, due to remarks he made in a recently-released deposition that he does not believe unaccompanied minors have a constitutional right to abortion. He also said in emails to staff that since ORR did not have any formal policies in place for blocking minors in their custody from getting abortions, he "will work on formalizing these procedures but will have to do it ad hoc for now."¬† Pro-life groups worry about the precedent that compelling the government to facilitate abortions for unaccompanied minors would set. SBA List President Marjorie Dannenfelser commented on Doe‚Äôs case in October that ‚Äúthe ACLU is pushing its larger agenda of making the United States a sanctuary nation for abortion. This shameful ruling must not stand. The Trump administration‚Äôs policy is compassionate and consistent with American laws and values"
The traditionalist not-for-profit PragerU is voicing its exacerbation by and by after the Google-possessed video sharing stage YouTube "confined" its most up to date video on Planned Parenthood hours after it was posted.[URL=https://www.groovyessays.co.uk/]]]Essay Help UK[/URL]
Just a guy wrote: What else should we expect from a company in the "top ten" most liberal corporations. Christians would restrict many things if they owed YouTube. YouTube just restricts the wrong things‚Äč because they are not Christian.
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In a later tweet, PragerU stated that there are over 528,000 videos on YouTube on the subject of Planned Parenthood that aren't restricted.
YouTube has classified at least 40 other PragerU videos as "restricted." Such videos include, "How Iraq War Was Won and Lost," "Gender Identity: Why All the Confusion?," "Radical Islam: The Most Dangerous Ideology," and "Israel's Legal Founding."
PragerU launched an online petition calling on YouTube to remove its videos from the "restricted" category.
"Conservative ideas are under attack," the petition argues. "YouTube does not want young people to hear conservative ideas as they currently list over 40 PragerU videos ‚ÄĒ over 15 percent of our entire collection ‚ÄĒ under 'restricted mode' making it difficult for many young people to access our videos. Many families enable restricted mode in order to keep inappropriate and objectionable adult and sexual content away from their children, not to prevent them from watching animated, age-appropriate, educational videos."
The PragerU petition has been supported by over 452,000 people. Last year, PragerU filed a lawsuit against Google and YouTube claiming censorship and discrimination. -- YouTube has used its advertising policy to demonize Christian conservatives...devilish devices.