Photo-sharing app Instagram has pulled a series of pro-life comic illustrations, claiming that they violate the platform’s “hate speech” rules.
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The comic strip, created by “The Babylon Bee” and “Christian Daily Reporter” founder, Adam Ford, depicts a conversation between two people on the evils of the slave trade.
Set 200 years ago, the two fictitious characters converse with each other over the proposed justification of slavery.
“Does slavery ever bother you?” a woman asks her friend.
The woman has come to the conclusion that it is, indeed, wrong, and is attempting to convince the other person of her viewpoint.
Then, the comic cuts to “200 years later,” and shows a character asking the simple question: “Does abortion ever bother you?”
Ford said that, upon checking his Instagram post, he was told that the post had been deleted because it violated the app’s “community guidelines.”