In a new attack on pro-life pregnancy centers that help women and their children, pro-abortion activists have begun leaving fake reviews of pro-life pregnancy centers on Google and Yelp pages.
ExposeFakeClinics.com encourages activists to leave a review of these pregnancy centers, regardless of whether they have interacted with the clinic or not. Along with 50 partner organizations, Expose Fake Clinics is a “national campaign created to tell the truth about phony, anti-abortion ‘clinics.’”
This organization justifies their lies by claiming that these pregnancy centers falsely advertise their clinics.
The website claims:
“Fake women’s health centers do NOT provide abortions, nor do they provide non-judgmental counseling (which, btw, all abortion providers do!). Yet, these fake clinics advertise using phrases like “abortion counseling” or “pregnancy resources” to try to trick people seeking information about the full range of reproductive health options into walking through their doors. Through Google, Yelp and other review sites, you can combat this misinformation. Download the toolkit below and get reviewing! The toolkit has all the tips and instructions you need to leave reviews that will make the most impact.”
The toolkit Expose Fake Clinics encourages activists to download includes word choices and tips for increasing the value of the review. While this organization openly encourages activists to leave fake reviews of a clinic they have never received services from, they state:
“You must be honest and legit, otherwise credibility flies out the door.”
Of course, the claim that these centers do not offer counseling and pregnancy resources is outlandish. Our Commitment of Care and Competence is a code of ethics major U.S. pregnancy help affiliation organizations use and has been developed by the Leadership Alliance of Pregnancy Care Organizations.
These pregnancy resource centers are under a cyber-attack led by Expose Fake Clinics. The website encourages activists to “grab a bottle of wine and get your feminist book club together to organize a fun REVIEW-A-THON!”
Last week, Texas pregnancy centers found many reviews made on the same day, made to the same clinics and by the same people. The reviews advertise Planned Parenthood, abortion, and claim that these centers do not provide “medically accurate informtion.” Here is an example:
Take notice of repeated phrases such as “do not come here.” Ironically, these pro-abortion women attack pregnancy centers for “lying” and “spreading misinformation” all while encouraging others to lie and spread misinformation.
This strategy is not new, but is increasing as modern-day Molech worshippers continue to fight for the “right” to murder their own babies.