Episode 596

Google shuts down over 300 Trump 2020 ads...


December 3rd, 2019

40 mins 34 secs

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For violating "policy" but never says what policy was violated. Kamala Harris drops out of the 2020 primary!!

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  • BREAKING: Kamala Harris dropping OUT of 2020 race… – The Right Scoop — Just breaking is that Kamala Harris will announce an end to her race for president in the Democratic primaries:
  • 300+ Trump ads taken down by Google, YouTube - 60 Minutes - CBS News — How to handle political ads on social media has become a growing concern as the 2020 U.S. presidential election approaches. Facebook has taken most of the heat, after refusing to remove an ad for President Trump's reelection featuring false information about his opponent Joe Biden.
  • Abortions in the United States Hit All-Time Low, More Babies Saved From Abortion Than Ever | LifeNews.com — Americans have another reason to give thanks this week. A new Centers for Disease Control report about abortion provides encouraging signs for unborn babies’ right to life. Released Wednesday, the annual abortion report found that abortion numbers reached a historic low in 2016 across the United States, The Hill reports. The CDC reported 623,471 abortions in 2016, down about 13,000 from 2015. The abortion rate (number of abortions per 1,000 women of childbearing age) also declined from 11.8 in 2015 to 11.6 in 2016, as did the ratio of abortions per 1,000 live births at 186, the report found.