Facebook cracks down on pro-life viral video creator

    Updated: December 5, 2018 at 4:50 pm EST  See Comments

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    AJAX, Ontario, December 5, 2018 (LifeSiteNews) – Facebook is cracking down on the Canadian pro-life group responsible for a series of viral hits, and placing onerous new restrictions on their ability to spread their pro-life content internationally.

    The Ontario-based nonprofit Choice42 (Choice for Two) is perhaps best known for a series of satirical videos in which founder and director Laura Klassen dons a pink wig and sarcastically spouts pro-abortion talking points for the purpose of dismantling them. The group also connects women to crisis pregnancy resources, and publishes more serious videos on topics such as the firsthand accounts of women who choose life in difficult circumstances.

    On Tuesday evening, Choice42 posted a notice they received from Facebook over one of their most recent ads, which was promoting their video taking aim at the pro-abortion claim that men shouldn’t discuss abortion because they can’t get pregnant. “We find this pretty ironic” that Facebook found the video highlighting a pro-abortion argument “to be discriminating,” they said.

    “To avoid disruption to your ad campaigns, please review and accept our non-discrimination policy as soon as possible,” the notice read. It’s unclear whether the warning mistook the ad’s satirical depiction of pro-abortion discrimination to

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