Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi and Anna Eshoo join Yelp CEO Jeremy Stoppelman and Yelp executives for a tour and policy discussion at Yelp Headquarters in San Francisco. Via Wikimedia Commons.

Yelp just did a big favor for the billion-dollar abortion industry as it attempts to stop pro-life pregnancy centers from helping mothers choose life for their unborn babies.

On Tuesday, the online review company said it began sticking a warning label on pregnancy resource center listings on its website – a change that could steer pregnant mothers toward profit-driven abortion facilities, Newsmax reports.

The label tells users that pro-life pregnancy centers “provide limited medical services and may not have licensed medical professionals onsite”; the warning applies to both religious and secular pro-life charities, according to Axios.

Explaining the reason for the label, Yelp vice president of user operations Noorie Malik claimed all pregnancy resource centers are “misleading” and “deceptive” in broad statement to Axios.

Keep on reading at Life News.

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Trebor
Trebor
1 month ago

Pepsi has guaranteed her place in the hottest corner of hell but Biden can comfort her. Woopie said God is ok with killing the innocent. It was GOD who said “Whatever you do to the least of my brethren, you do to me”. Hell will be crowded.