When I was a nine-year-old kid and told some outrageous lie to my teachers or parents (it was like one time tops), the last thing I wanted was a lengthy debate about my lie because I knew that at some point I would eventually say something stupid and expose myself as a big fat liar. So I essentially avoided eye contact and any and all conversations.
I’ve noticed that Big Abortion is exactly like me as a nine year old, except for the baby killing—oh, and contraceptives, and funding politicians to support their monstrous practices. Except for all those things, they’re exactly like nine-year-old me. They desire silence.
Aiding them in their pursuit of silence are judges, Twitter, Facebook, politicians, Google, and the mainstream media among others. The latest example of this is that Twitter just refused to run a an election video from pro-life Congresswoman Marsha Blackburn. In a Senate campaign video that was supposed to be advertised on Twitter, Blackburn said “I’m 100-percent pro-life. I fought Planned Parenthood and we stopped the sale of baby body parts, thank God.”