Abortion Activists Lobby Google to Censor Pro-Life Search Results Showing Abortion Alternatives

National   |   Micaiah Bilger   |   Apr 4, 2018   |   5:02PM   |   Washington, DC

Abortion activists now are badgering Google employees on their way to work in an effort to convince the internet giant to block pro-life pregnancy centers from search results.

No longer even claiming the label “pro-choice,” abortion activists now promote just one choice for women – abortion. And any organization that promotes other options to pregnant moms is bad in their eyes.

Business Insider reports a group of abortion activists rode bicycles behind Google’s shuttle buses Tuesday in San Francisco with signs claiming, “Searching for abortion care? Google will send you to fake, anti-abortion clinics.”

UltraViolet and Credo, two pro-abortion groups connected with Planned Parenthood, organized the protest, according to the report. It’s all part of a larger smear campaign against non-profit, volunteer-based pregnancy centers.

Here’s more from the biased news report:

Karin Roland, chief campaigns officer for UltraViolet, said her organization has been in talks with Google for four years trying to get ads for what she calls “fake clinics” removed from Google search results and Google Maps.

“Women are seeking medical information, and Google is sending them to clinics that not only don’t actually provide what they claim to — but are actively trying to trick and mislead women,” Roland said.

Many CPCs set up offices down the street from actual abortion clinics. They have names like “Choices” and “Women’s Health Centers” to create further confusion. Personnel might dress in scrubs and lab coats. Roland said a CPC that counsels a woman against having an abortion that she might require because of medical issues puts the patient at risk by delaying the procedure.

“Our goal with the campaign is for Google to stop being complicit with these clinics, stop running fake abortion clinic ads,” Roland said.

Despite all their claims, abortion activists have not been able to find “any real-life woman claiming she’s been mistreated, tricked, or misled in any way by a pregnancy help center,” Jay Hobbs wrote recently at the Washington Examiner.

Christian Post reports pregnancy centers have a near 99-percent client satisfaction rate.

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Yet, pregnancy centers are under attack – likely because they are cutting into the abortion industry’s profits. They offer pregnant and parenting moms free, life-affirming counseling and support, including diapers, cribs, maternity clothes and more. Many are completely funded by donations and primarily run by volunteers. Every year, they provide hope and encouragement to tens of thousands of women who otherwise may have aborted their unborn babies.

And for this charitable work, they are under heavy attack. Right now, California pregnancy centers are battling a pro-abortion law that forces them to advertise free taxpayer funded abortions to their clients. The U.S. Supreme Court recently heard arguments in the case.

As is evident with the Google campaign, even companies that refuse to block life-affirming pregnancy help information are being targeted by these radical abortion activists. Nothing short of a complete embrace of abortion for any reason up to birth, it seems, will satisfy abortion activists.