Pro-abortion and pro-life demonstrators gather outside of the U.S. Supreme Court on May 02, 2022, in Washington, D.C. In an initial draft majority opinion obtained by Politico, Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito allegedly wrote that the cases Roe v. Wade and Planned Parenthood of Southeastern v. Casey should be overruled. | Kevin Dietsch/Getty Images
“Misinformation” is one of the newest frontiers of the abortion debate in the United States. Christian Post reporter Ryan Foley joined “The Inside Story” this week to discuss the YouTube crackdown on abortion misinformation and why critics believe it could spark problems.
As Foley reported recently, a representative of National Right to Life has warned that YouTube’s plans to crack down on abortion “misinformation” could lead to the platform purging any content that it deems “inflammatory” on the subject while enabling real misinformation to spread even further.
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