The NARAL nutjobs jumped ugly all over Google, who, let’s face it, didn’t need much convincing, to remove ads for a crisis pregnancy center from the search engine.
NARAL ironically called the ads “predatory.” I know, right?
The looney tunes who support abortion up to the last minute of pregnancy complained that when someone googled “abortion clinic” some ads popped up for crisis pregnancy centers.
So let’s get this straight. The abortion clinic which rips babies from wombs for money is awesomely awesome with extra awesome sauce but the crisis pregnancy center which doesn’t charge for caring for the woman and the child is “predatory?”
Wait, what does “predatory” mean again?
Of course, NARAL was all sorts of happy with Google.
“Google’s leadership in removing the majority of these ads is a victory for truth in advertising and for the women who have been targeted by a deliberate misinformation campaign by crisis pregnancy centers,” Ilyse Hogue, president of NARAL Pro-Choice America, said. “The action taken by Google to address this pressing problem raises the bar for other search engines to monitor and enforce their own advertising policies.”
Google said in a statement:
“We’re constantly reviewing ads to ensure they comply with our AdWords policies, which include strict guidelines related to ad relevance, clarity, and accuracy,” Google said. ”If we find violations, we’ll take the appropriate actions — including account disablings and blacklists — as quickly as possible.”
This is all just super ironic because the pro-aborts here complained that crisis pregnancy centers couldn’t have ads pop up about abortions which they won’t perform. At the same time, pro-aborts are attempting to pass legislation demanding that these same centers post signs saying they won’t perform abortions.