Twitter Blocked video of US Senate Candidate Because She Opposes Planned Parenthood Selling of Baby Parts
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Twitter blocked a video of US Representative, Marsha Blackburn, announcing she is running for Senate. The reason for censoring the video is that Blackburn said she was opposed to Planned Parenthood officials selling aborted baby parts. Twitter claimed this position was “inflammatory”. Blackburn already was on the leftist radar because she headed the investigation into Planned Parenthood after their officials were video recorded making deals to sell aborted baby parts.-GEG

Twitter has blocked a video of Rep. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) announcing she is running for U.S. Senate because the announcement touted the congresswoman’s opposition to selling baby parts, which the social media giant claimed is “inflammatory.”

Blackburn is well respected by the conservative base of the Republican Party. That admiration and affection arises in part from how this pro-life member of the U.S. House takes positions consistent with her Christian faith and values.

When the congresswoman announced she was running for the open Senate seat being vacated by moderate Sen. Bob Corker, Blackburn included in her video announcement that she had “stopped the sale of baby body parts.”

This referred to her chairing the House Select Investigative Panel on Planned Parenthood, which was created after the Center for Medical Progress released explosive undercover videos of Planned Parenthood personnel boasting about their collection of body parts from unborn children to sell for medical research.

The remainder of Blackburn’s two-and-a-half minute video announcement showcases her other many conservative credentials, from her ardent opposition to Obamacare, to her perfect record supporting the Second Amendment, to her 100 percent pro-life rating.

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4 years ago

Twitter is no better than Google or any of the other Internet Service Providers…..What troubles me is that President Trump continues to tweet and bring many hits to Twitter.