United Airlines Blocks Inflight Access to This Pro-Life Site

StandPlannedParenthoodAs jaded as many pro-lifers might be, it’s still hard to fathom how a country allows the convenience-based slaughter of unborn babies. Even after all these years, it’s difficult to grasp the idea that a group of judges declared that women have a constitutional right to kill their own “unwanted” children.

Though legal, abortion is immoral. No group of judges or lawmakers will ever change that reality. As the people in power advocate abortion, however, the “reproductive rights” mantra permeates most institutions, including the media. Businesses also push a pro-abortion message in overt and subtle ways.

Live Action News reported that United Airlines blocks inflight Wi-Fi access to its site. An excerpt (emphasis added):

The airline’s policy states it does not “allow customers to access certain websites that may be inappropriate or unsuitable for inflight viewing.”

However, passengers were still allowed to view pro-abortion sites, including that of the far more politically active Planned Parenthood…NARAL Pro-Choice America

By blocking some sites and not others, United Airlines denies passengers the opportunity to view both pro-life and pro-choice views to make the decision for themselves as to what they believe. In doing so, United Airlines furthers the pro-abortion agenda, denying women free access to information other than what abortion groups want them to know.

Planned Parenthood, on the other hand, doesn’t like it when the shoe is on the other foot. The abortion giant claimed that NBC was censoring abortion when it came to their ads for the pro-abortion “comedy,” Obvious Child – and, because Planned Parenthood and its supporters expertly bullied NBC, the network caved and even admitted wrong doing.

Why does United Airlines consider a protecting-unborn-babies message inappropriate or unsuitable? To whom, and in what way?

Pro-lifers, those who believe marriage is a union between one man and one woman, taxpayers who oppose bloated government and runaway spending — just a few examples of people considered outside the mainstream. Our culture has turned upside down.

Photo credit: American Life League (Creative Commons) – Some Rights Reserved

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One comment

  1. Sad that a few heavyweights in UAL management can label the company as left-leaning!