Liberals don’t seem to like Google’s practice of letting conservatives use the search engine the same way they do. Pro-abortion leftists (see Abortionist Pens Sick Tweet Detailing Why Aborted Babies Don’t Scream and WaPo Celebrates Down Syndrome Abortions) are particularly annoyed by this. So they’re following employees to work. On bicycle. To protest Google selling ad space to pro-lifers.
People on bicycles rode behind Google’s shuttle buses in San Francisco on Tuesday to bring attention to a little-known issue with the search giant’s ads.
The bicyclists cruised along the shuttle bus route with “mobile billboards” or trailers that said, “Searching for abortion care? Google will send you to fake, anti-abortion clinics.”
According to the progressive organizations behind the campaign, Credo and UltraViolet, Google searches for abortion services often direct users to sham medical facilities called “crisis pregnancy centers” (CPCs) that provide counseling meant to discourage women from having abortions.
A person who searches “Where can I get an abortion?” and clicks into Google Maps to find clinics near them will discover a mix of results including abortion clinics and CPCs.
What nerve Google and pro-lifers have! God forbid people be aware of alternatives to Hoover-ing out a kiddo’s brain matter.
It seems to me like the pro-infanticide pro-abortion crowd aren’t keen on there being other options out there. Crisis pregnancy centers sparing tykes from the brain vacuum cuts has a way of cutting into abortionists’ bottom line. There’s money to be made in slaughtering those tots and parting them out like like a Chevy in a scrapyard.
The abortion industry has a history of keeping people ignorant as to their true ways. They cloak their butchery in terms like “women’s health” and “reproductive healthcare.” They cover up the racist, Hitlerian ways of their infanticidal goddess, Margaret Sanger. Compare this anti-ad space push with all that douchery and trying to silence pro-life groups on the Googles is no surprise at all.
While we’re on the subject: