The heck? Yelp is going to flag crisis pregnancy centers with a warning label because, you know, they won't kill your baby
· · Aug 23, 2022 · NottheBee.com

I guess it's better than firebombing.

Axios is reporting that Yelp is going to begin putting warning labels on pro-life crisis pregnancy centers because they don't offer "healthcare" like abortion.

Yelp is adding a prominent consumer notice to crisis pregnancy center listings to more clearly distinguish them from clinics that provide abortion services, in a policy change shared first with Axios.

The big picture: Yelp's move is the latest tech-company response to a post-Roe world in which abortion information has become a significant online battleground, with both sides of the debate applying intense pressure.

If Liz Warren can't shut them down, and Jane's revenge can't burn them to the ground, the corporate world with Yelp will put prominent warnings on the businesses to try to deceptively scare women away from pro-life clinics.

Here's what the notice looks like:

This is a Crisis Pregnancy Center. Crisis Pregnancy Centers typically provide limited medical services and may not have licensed medical professionals on site.

This is designed to deceive women into believing these pro-life crisis pregnancy centers won't provide medical help or services at all.

By "limited medical services" they simply mean CPCs won't give you the resources to murder your child.

They will almost certainly, however, offer mothers a sonogram and ultrasound so that women can see their living child and understand that they are mothers and they might not want to end their child's life.

Not to mention all of the other ways they help women prepare to mother their children.

More from the report.

Driving the news: Starting today, Yelp will add a consumer notice to both faith-based and non-faith-based crisis pregnancy centers noting that they "provide limited medical services and may not have licensed medical professionals onsite.

"It's the latest in a series of moved Yelp has made since 2018, when CEO Jeremy Stoppelman directed the company to make sure crisis pregnancy centers were differentiated from abortion clinics in the company's listings.

  • •Yelp has since recategorized thousands of service providers as crisis pregnancy centers.

This is a move from a powerful corporation to kiss the ring of the pro-abort voices that are overwhelming them from the Left.


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