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    Twitter is continuing its crusade against pro-life and conservative speech, once again censoring Students for Life of America President Kristan Hawkins’ tweets, this time labeling a pro-adoption tweet as “sensitive content.”

    “Despite repeated attempts to resolve this with Twitter, their problem solvers have made themselves largely unavailable, which should surprise no one who is watching how Big Tech has abused their influence in recent years,” said SFLA spokesperson Kristi Hamrick.

    This is not the first time Hawkins has faced this. Twitter censors also flagged her tweet about emergency vehicles at the unlicensed St. Louis Planned Parenthood abortion facility as sensitive content. The trend in suppressing pro-life speech on social media is increasing.

    Twitter has a market cap of about $30 billion. It has the resources to employ technological means to stop censoring pro-life tweets. Or it can hire more humans to review appeals.

    The fact that, as the above excerpt says, “the trend in suppressing pro-life speech on social media is increasing” is no accident. From the perspective of Twitter’s management, the process must be working as intended.