Yelp to Flag Pregnancy Care Centers to “Protect Users Seeking Abortions from Being Misled”

by Ken Ham on August 29, 2022
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Yelp is a website well-known for its online reviews of restaurants, hotels, and other businesses. Well, the company recently announced it is adding a new feature to listings of pregnancy care centers: flags that say this center “typically provide[s] limited medical services and may not have licensed medical professionals onsite.”

It’s obvious such a flag is intended to denigrate these centers and make them seem unprofessional—and it ignores that many of these centers have licensed medical professionals on site!

They claim this flag is to “protect users seeking abortions from being misled about anti-abortion pregnancy centers listed on its platform.” But it’s obvious such a flag is intended to denigrate these centers and make them seem unprofessional—and it ignores that many of these centers have licensed medical professionals on site! Their pro-abortion, anti-prolife agenda is showing through clearly.

And Yelp doesn’t want to stop with just its site. They are also urging Google to do something similar on its search engine. Sadly, many Google staff agree and want “fake abortion providers” and “publishers of disinformation related to abortion services” removed from search results.

But what these people really want has nothing to do with “misinformation.” (The vast majority of pregnancy care centers are very upfront on their websites that they are there to counsel pregnant women and dads and provide free resources, parenting classes, ultrasounds, etc.; they aren’t trying to mislead anyone!) Really the people at Yelp (and many employees at Google) want to do all they can to

  1. stop women from being shown clearly that what is in their womb is a 100% human being, just as they are!
  2. stop women and dads from receiving free counseling about their options, free baby items, parenting classes, pregnancy and STD tests, post-abortion counseling, and so much more!
These people are about abortion and having as many children as possible killed in the womb. It’s disgusting and evil!

These people aren’t about “choice”—if they were, they would want parents to know their options and have easier access to help so they can make a choice that’s not made in desperation, hopelessness, or fear. These people are about abortion and having as many children as possible killed in the womb. It’s disgusting and evil!

The lengths people are going to in order to protect what I call “child sacrifice” shows the utter depravity of man. But be warned. God says,

I will punish the world for its evil, and the wicked for their iniquity; I will put an end to the pomp of the arrogant, and lay low the pompous pride of the ruthless. (Isaiah 13:11)

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This item was discussed today on Answers News with cohosts Tim Chaffey, Bryan Osborne, and Roger Patterson. Answers News is our weekly news program filmed live before a studio audience and broadcast on my Facebook page and the Answers in Genesis Facebook page. We also covered the following topics:

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Ken

This item was written with the assistance of AiG’s research team.

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