Twitter bans quotes from Mother Teresa to silence pro-life voices and promote the continued mass murder of human babies

Wednesday, May 1, 2019
By Paul Martin

by: Ethan Huff
Tuesday, April 30, 2019

Texas Senator Ted Cruz ripped Twitter a new one during a recent Senate hearing, calling the social media giant to task for censoring a quote by Mother Teresa, of all people, which it dubbed as spreading the “hateful” message that abortion harms children and women.

A pro-life organization had originally tweeted a photo of Mother Teresa, along with the famous quote:

“Abortion is profoundly anti-women. Three quarters of its victims are women: Half the babies and all the mothers.”

And that’s it. There was no jab at Planned Parenthood; no statement of opposition to women who get abortions. Heck, the quote itself even refers to women who get abortions as “victims” rather than baby-murderers. And yet, neither the quote nor the image passed the “acceptable speech” parameters imposed by Twitter executives.

Later on, when executives from Twitter, Facebook, and other online speech police were being questioned about their business practices, Sen. Cruz brought up Twitter’s censorship of this Mother Teresa quote and image, asking the higher-ups who were present from these two corporations to respond – and both reportedly remained silent for an astounding 12 seconds.

“It’s not just political; it’s also ideological,” Sen. Cruz stated.

“There have been multiple instances of, in particular pro-life groups, being disfavored. For example, here is a tweet that says that ‘abortion is profoundly anti-women’ and it’s a quote from Mother Teresa and this tweet was blocked. Now it’s fairly remarkable that Mother Teresa is now deemed hate speech. Do either of you agree with the proposition that Mother Teresa is issuing hate speech?” he then asked, only to receive silence in response.

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