Facebook Blocks Beautiful, Moving, & Powerful Pro-Life Ad!

Facebook blocks a beautiful and moving pro-life ad: Says it violates rules because it contains ‘shocking, disrespectful or sensational content.” Has Facebook  redefined “standing up for life” as “violence?”

McDonough is a Republican candidate for St. Charles County Circuit Judge, Division 4 in Missouri.

Chris McDonough: In my family, we’ve had some very personal experiences that have made me appreciate firsthand how precious and fragile the gift of human life is. The most recent was the birth of our nephew, Albert. He is a miracle. This is his story. This is a story about life, our first unalienable right.

Such a beautiful and moving testament to life!

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On Sunday Chris posted this beautiful and hopeful story on his McDonough for Judge Facebook page.

What a beautiful story! Chris wanted to boost this ad on Facebook this week. But Facebook would not approve the pro-life ad. It violated the rules.

Facebook wrote Chris to tell him: “Your Ad wasn’t approved because it doesn’t follow our Advertising Policies.  We don’t allow ads that contain shocking, disrespectful or sensational content, including ads that depict violence or threats of violence.”

This is the type of discrimination conservatives from all walks of life face on Facebook on a daily basis.
Facebook is censoring and eliminating conservative content.

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