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Lila Rose on Fox - Facebook falsely labels Live Action post as fake news

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Lila Rose on Fox - Facebook falsely labels Live Action post as fake news Early yesterday morning, Facebook began notifying users who had posted certain Live Action content that an allegedly “…More
Lila Rose on Fox - Facebook falsely labels Live Action post as fake news Early yesterday morning, Facebook began notifying users who had posted certain Live Action content that an allegedly “independent fact checker” had rated one of Live Action’s claims as false — specifically, the claim that “abortion is never medically necessary.” The content affected was a video of Live Action president Lila Rose speaking on the topic at the Young America Foundation, as well as a Live Action News article premiering Live Action’s Pro-Life Replies video on the same topic — narrated by Dr. Kendra Kolb, a board-certified physician specializing in pediatrics and neonatal-perinatal medicine. So, just who were these “independent fact-checkers”? And was their “fact-checking” accurate? The answer? Two abortionists. That’s right, two doctors –Dr. Daniel Grossman with ANSIRH and Dr. Robyn Schickler with Physicians for Reproductive Health, two highly pro-abortion organizations — who directly profit from abortion and who oppose the idea that abortion is never medically necessary were used as impartial “fact-checkers” by Facebook. The site on which the “fact check” was published, HealthFeedback.org (with sister site ClimateFeedback.org), has a grand total of just over 30 claim reviews at the current time, so the site itself is very new; its first “claim review” is from December 2018 and its first article review is from just over a week prior. See its list of reviewers here. And… no, their fact checking was not accurate. Grossman, for example, completely misrepresents Live Action and Lila Rose’s statements in the two videos. See why abortion is never medically necessary here: www.youtube.com/watch