On the heels of news that Twitter restricted a pro-life campaign ad from Rep. Marsha Blackburn, R-Tenn., Live Action’s Lila Rose tells CBN News the tech company is doing the same to her organization. “Twitter’s been waging a war against pro-life speech for a while now,” Rose told CBN’s Jenna Browder. “They’ve been banning Live Action’s pro-life ads for several years and then they actually completely froze

our ad account in the last year. So that means Live Action is totally prohibited from doing pro-life advertising on Twitter.” The non-profit’s Twitter account is the largest social media platform for the pro-life movement. In the case of Blackburn, Twitter called into question her comments on Planned Parenthood. “I am 100 percent pro-life,” Blackburn said in the campaign ad. “I fought Planned Parenthood and we stopped the sale of baby body parts, thank God.” READ MORE