Twitter's 'public conversation' doesn't include pro-lifers

Lila Rose

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey claimed in testimony before Congress just days ago, “We see that news and entertainment are actually byproducts of public conversation, and we see our role as helping to not only serve that public conversation so that everyone can benefit … but also to increase the health of that conversation.”

Except, apparently, when the viewpoint is pro-life.

That’s according to Lila Rose, founder and president of Live Action, which has produced videos that reveal Planned Parenthood’s efforts to cover up child sex abuse and more.

Her organization is banned from advertising on Twitter, she explained to WND.

“Jack Dorsey … says they do not censor [READ MORE HERE]

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