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Suddenly, the world’s largest internet search engine no longer recognizes unborn babies as “babies.”

This week, Students for Life of America noticed that the definition of “fetus” changed on Google to exclude the word “baby.”

Just a few weeks ago, Google defined “fetus” as “an unborn offspring of a mammal, in particular an unborn human baby more than eight weeks after conception,” according to a screen shot captured by Students for Life.

Now, when someone searches for the definition on Google, it reads “an offspring of a human or other mammal in the stages of prenatal development that follow the embryo stage (in humans taken as beginning eight weeks after conception.).”

Read more at Life News.

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Ecks Mann
Ecks Mann
1 month ago

Yeah, it’s just a tissue mass according to the monsters.

Fred
Fred
1 month ago

Stop doing business with ALL baby killers. Pichai is a murdering pos. Likely Epstein underage sex trafficker. KILL THE EVIDENCE. BIG TECH, BIG PHARMA, FRAUD STOLEN GOVERNMENT. THEIR DAM IS CRACKING. LETS BE SURE ALL DOMESTIC ENEMIES DROWN IN THE RED WAVE. AMERICA HATERS NEED TO BE REMOVED.

Fred
Fred
1 month ago

Any who view a fetus as a lump of nothing, NEED TO BE A PILE OF NOTHING.

Gene Ralno
Gene Ralno
1 month ago

Planned Parenthood will fight this issue viciously because under the stroke of a Supreme Court pen, much of it was moved from federal jurisdiction to state legislatures. The controversy began five decades ago when federal money began flowing to Planned Parenthood. It’s a clear violation of the Constitution for the very reason that it is not mentioned in the Constitution.

It should have been an immediate decision back in 1970 when President Nixon signed into law the Family Planning Services and Population Research Act. Under that act, Planned Parenthood began receiving federal funds. Over the years, hostility grew on both sides of the issue which should have been recognized as outside the federal jurisdiction.

The nation endured five decades of simply taking taxpayer money and giving it to Planned Parenthood. Quoting the 10th Amendment, “The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.” This issue is not mentioned in the Constitution.

The Supreme Court ended the controversy by simply moving the issue to the states where voters would have a voice. Democrats and particularly those who receive money from Planned Parenthood hate the notion that anyone else would have a voice in “their” issue. Fact is, it’s a private matter between obstetrician and patient.

Robin Boyd
Robin Boyd
1 month ago

In all of the medical references I can find, fetus and unborn baby are interchangeable descriptors. So, while GOOGLE isn’t technically wrong, they are showing an extreme bias against the protection of unborn babies.