Google Bans Pro-Life Video from Having Advertisers

Google Bans Pro-Life Video from Having Advertisers

Google’s war on conservatives became more public last week after software engineer, James Damore, was fired for sending an internal memo arguing that the gender gap in the tech industry is due to biological reasons, and not discrimination. After being fired, Damore accused Google of “marginalizing” conservative employees who think differently than the company, and have to “stay in the closet.”

Google’s so called “diversity” has always been sketchy, but Movieguide® saw it most recently when a pro-life interview was labeled “not suitable for all advertisers”. The interview is with Ann McElhinney, the producer of the upcoming movie GOSNELL: AMERICA’S BIGGEST SERIAL KILLER, a movie starring Dean Cain, and Directed by Nick Searcy about the convicted abortionist Kermit Gosnell.

If Google as a company doesn’t want advertising to fund a particular viewpoint, that’s within their rights; however, to publicly claim that they strive after diversity, yet hold back YouTube channels that have differing viewpoints is incredibly hypocritical. Even more outrageous is the fact that YouTube allows pro-death and self-destruction channels to monetize videos promoting abortion. Take for example the video below from The Young Turks.

If Google truly cares about a diversity of voices, they need to stop suppressing and silencing the voices that differ from their opinion and encourage not discourage free speech.

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