As the tide in the abortion debate turns toward the destruction of Roe v. Wade, Jezebel is appalled that countless babies will be saved. How else can the fear be explained that women in need will turn to crisis maternity centers instead of abortion clinics?
Jezebel author Kylie Cheung is angry that after Roe, search engines like Google will direct people to crisis maternity centers instead of death camps.
Cheung wasted no time working hard in crisis maternity centers. “Crisis maternity centers are faith-based organizations that lure people struggling with unwanted pregnancies into their premises and aggressively try to stop them from having abortions through dangerous health service misinformation,” said Cheung, who did industrial strength and disinformed herself. . Ironically, she saw abortion clinics as beacons of health care, while describing crisis maternity centers as the oppressors of women.
What upsets Cheung the most is that Google searches in states with anti-abortion laws are more likely to send women to crisis maternity centers. Imran Ahmed, chief executive officer of the Center for Countering Digital Hate, told Cheung: “When people search for information or services related to their sexual and reproductive health, Google directs them to sites that users can expect to find robust, scientific evidence. They contain ideologically driven information about health care,” Ahmed said, “but they contain ideologically driven opinions and misinformation.” Ripped straight from the script from the left, Jezebel calls the work of saving babies disinformation.
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Cheung also claimed that crisis maternity centers would do whatever they wanted with a patient’s information. (Not if Google sends them to crisis maternity centers where they decide to carry their babies to term.) And, of course, blacks and Native Americans will become vulnerable to criminal charges.
Cheung continued to portray crisis maternity centers as if they were haunted houses. “Crisis maternity centers will operate at the heart of this harrowing reality, using the methods they have always used — extensive data collection, targeted advertising, misinformation, harassment, and even stalking,” Cheung wrote. “Because, to be clear, even without the threat of criminalization, crisis maternity centers are just terrifying places.” I think women who don’t choose to butcher their children are a terrible reality for these people.
Crisis maternity centers are some of the best resources for saving babies from the horrors of abortion. Cheung’s anger at Google for sending women to crisis maternity centers shows the wickedness of supporting abortion.
LifeNews.com Note: Michael Ippolito writes for NewsBusters, where this item first appeared.