Protecting Life: The Truth You Won’t See on Facebook and the Biased Media About the Supreme Court Abortion Case [Tearful, Powerful Video]

Craig HueyAbortion, Current Events, Government, Supreme Court5 Comments

The Supreme Court is reviewing abortion and the constitutionality of limiting or prohibiting it.

But the distortions, lies and myths from Facebook, Apple News, Google searches and the biased media is deafening.

Here is a clear, concise explanation of the issues before the court and what it means to the future of abortion in America.

Be warned:

Many who watch the 6-minute video will be brought to tears – including the commentator.

After you view the video, please share it. You can see the video – click HERE.

What do you think? Let me know. E-mail me at craig@electionforum.org.

5 Comments on “Protecting Life: The Truth You Won’t See on Facebook and the Biased Media About the Supreme Court Abortion Case [Tearful, Powerful Video]”

  1. Thank you Craig for sharing this commentary from Fox News. I certainly hope this will be the beginning of the end for RoeVWade.

  2. All I can say is finally!!!!!!. Thanks for the info on all the lying and misinformation the media has produced all these years.

  3. Way back in the 60’s my psychology professor threw out a challenge to the class that turned out to be an epiphany and a life changer for me. He challenged the class saying in effect, “I bet you kids believe everything you read and everything you see on television”. That was when I began, so long ago, to critically examine the things I read and heard and realized how much error and deceit there is, especially in the news media. Too many people set in front of their TV’s like mesmerized jack rabbits and never think about what they are hearing; they take the media blarney as gospel. Such is the case with abortion, any thinking person would realize what a terrible human atrocity it has been. Hopefully the Supreme Court will end it.

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