Yelp would rather you get an abortion, will start 'flagging' crisis pregnancy centers
Progressives' war against providing women ANY alternative to abortion wages on, now with the help of Yelp--Yelp, which is now best described by the title of a South Park song that I cannot repeat on the Louder with Crowder Dot Com website. Starting today, the app will start othering crisis pregnancy centers.
Axios reports Yelp will add a consumer notice to both faith-based and non-faith-based crisis pregnancy centers, noting that they "provide limited medical services" and "may not have licensed medical professionals onsite." In other words, the app will be sharing a left-wing talking point and making sure you know they are places that don't abort choices.
Elizabeth Warren has been the one senator most on the warpath against faith-based centers that provide underprivileged expectant mothers with pre-natal care, diapers, formula, clothing, and a host of other necessities for newborns. No word on if Yelp will also add an additional badge to better inform Warren supporters where to go with their Molotov cocktails.
The leftist war on abortion alternatives has turned these crisis pregnancy centers into targets. Actress Patricia Heaton has needed to add armed security for the crisis center she is involved with after Warren launched her attack. As of this writing, Heaton has not responded to Yelp's new decision. But I keep refreshing her Twitter feed.
Noorie Malik, Yelp's VP of user operations, stated "It has always felt unjust to me that there are clinics in the U.S. that provide misleading information or conduct deceptive tactics to steer pregnant people away from abortion care if that’s the path they choose to take."
Those deceptive tactics are saying, "No, we don't offer abortion here" and "have you considered all your alternatives?" Like most pro-abortion leftists, Malik is pro-choice only if that choice is abortion.
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