Facebook recently banned a prayer request for abortion clinic workers, claiming that the post goes against “Community Standards.”
An anti-abortion activist from Atlanta named Jason Cantrell posted a prayer request for abortion workers, which was then flagged by the tech giant for apparent thought-crimes.
As you can see below, Cantrell said, “Please pray the Lord will convict these wicked hearts and turn them to Himself. They have heard the truth. 3 deathscorts, security guard, and staff member.”
Facebook then claimed that the post was “harassment and bullying.”
Facebook seems to be placing prayer requests to be hate speech.
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