RIGGED: Google Bans Pro-Life Ads Ahead Of Ireland Vote On Abortion Legalization

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ByAmanda Prestigiacomo

On Wednesday, Google announced its crackdown on pro-life ads on both their search engine site and YouTube ahead of Ireland’s vote on the legalization of abortion via the repeal of the country’s Eighth Amendment, which is set for May 25.

In a statement released by Google, the tech company claimed they were blocking all abortion-related ads to allegedly keep the “integrity” of the election. “Following our update around election integrity efforts globally, we have decided to pause all ads related to the Irish referendum on the Eighth Amendment,” reads the statement.

But according to LifeNews, the only ads that populated on Google when searching the referendum before this new policy was implemented were pro-life. “Google said the policies will apply to ads from both sides of the abortion debate; but when LifeNews searched Google for ads just prior to its new policy taking effect, it found only…

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