Another tech company has censored Live Action, with TikTok completely blocking Live Action founder and president Lila Rose’s account. In addition, the Live Action account has been barred from advertising on the platform altogether.
In a Twitter thread, Rose shared what happened. “My account (@lilaroselife) has been BANNED from [TikTok] and [Live Action] has been BANNED from advertising,” she wrote. “This extreme political bias by Tiktok is a blatant double standard and places the lives of children in danger. All [Live Action] advertisements have been BANNED; [TikTok] claim our ads were ‘driven by partisan political motives.’ But TikTok is the one being partisan & political — allowing pro-abort groups to run ads while penalizing pro-life groups.”
Rose continued by pointing out that Live Action ads were banned, while Planned Parenthood is allowed to run $80,000 in advertising — every single day. “Americans deserve the unhindered, free flow of ideas and information,” she said.
This kind of Big Tech censorship is far from unusual. Live Action has been routinely targeted by companies like Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and even Pinterest — with the latter first listing Live Action as “pornography” before completely wiping the organization’s profile from the platform. Advertisements have been blocked, content has been removed or hidden, and pro-life information has been called “hate speech” and “misinformation,” all in an effort to suppress pro-life speech.
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This extreme political bias by Tiktok is a blatant double standard and places the lives of children in danger.
— Lila Rose (@LilaGraceRose) August 4, 2022