As Twitchy told you yesterday, the morality police at Twitter decided to block GOP Rep. Marsha Blackburn’s Senate campaign video because her remarks about Planned Parenthood trafficking in fetal tissue were just too “inflammatory” and “likely to evoke a strong negative reaction.” And where would we be without Twitter to protect us from the ugly truth, right?
Well anyway, outspoken pro-life actress Patricia Heaton doesn’t think Twitter’s doing anyone any favors by censoring pro-life messages.
The sale of fetal body parts SHOULD evoke a "strong, negative reaction" #defundPP #prolifegenhttps://t.co/mshuBFuCxM
— Students for Life (@Students4LifeHQ) October 10, 2017
Classy woman that she is, Heaton only had this to say about Twitter’s stunt:
You can do better, Twitter. https://t.co/SlmBATxOjF
— Patricia Heaton (@PatriciaHeaton) October 10, 2017
We’re not sure if they can, but they should sure as hell try.
To do better, one has to be better. So, probably can't do better.
— Steve Kelly (@Skelly363) October 10, 2017
Are you sure? So far I see no evidence of that. *sigh*
— M Martin (@michelleusmc) October 10, 2017
Prove Patricia Heaton right, Twitter, and do better.
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