A pro-life investigative group accused Facebook of doing a favor for the pro-abortion movement this fall by sticking a false “fact check” on its ad about a California ballot measure that allows abortions through all nine months of pregnancy.

David Daleiden, founder of the Center for Medical Progress, said Facebook began censoring their ads against Proposition 1 “after business hours on the Friday before Election Day.”

Daleiden said the social media company stuck a “fact check” on the ad that claimed the constitutional amendment would not “legalize abortion until the moment of birth” despite numerous sources that said otherwise.

The Center for Medical Progress ad warned voters that Proposition 1 would overrule existing abortion limits and allow abortions through all nine months of pregnancy. A Rasmussen poll in August found only 13 percent of California voters think abortions should be legal up to birth. However, lawmakers, news outlets and others hid the truth about the amendment from voters, and the measure passed.

“When Facebook began censoring our ads, we had reached over 500,000 Californians and were on track to reach 1 million Californians by Election Day with the crucial message that Prop 1 will legalize the killing of healthy, viable babies in late-term abortions,” Daleiden said.

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In the crucial final days before the election, however, Facebook basically contributed to the pro-abortion Yes on 1 campaign by censoring their ad, he said.

Daleiden said they immediately appealed to Facebook but did not hear anything for three days. He said their lawyers sent a follow-up letter to the company.

The “fact check” that Facebook stuck on the pro-life ad came from the Associated Press and told viewers that “California Prop 1 wouldn’t legalize abortion until ‘moment of birth’.” However, Daleiden said one expert quoted in the AP piece admitted Proposition 1 does not include any limits on abortion.

“There’s no crystal clear thing saying you can 100 percent constitutionally ban abortion after viability,” Professor Mary Ziegler told the AP.

Ahead of the election, Daleiden said one abortion group began openly advertising its plans to open “all-trimester” abortion facility in Los Angeles if Proposition 1 passes. He also linked to articles in the Wall Street Journal and KQED about the amendment allowing the killing of unborn babies in abortions up to birth.

“Even [Planned Parenthood] abortion provider, Dr. Pratima Gupta, who wrote Prop 1, admitted to news media that Prop 1 intentionally removes the existing viability limit,” Daleiden said.

Proposition 1 passed Nov. 8, adding language to the California Constitution that creates a “right” to abortion on demand.

California is one of the most pro-abortion states in the country. Abortion facilities reported 132,680 abortions in 2017, the latest data available, according to the Guttmacher Institute.

Newsom and Democrat lawmakers have been working closely with the abortion industry to expand abortions in many ways. A new law slated to go into effect next year will force all public colleges and universities to provide abortions on campus. The governor and lawmakers also budgeted $200 million to fund and expand abortions this year.

Meanwhile, pro-life advocates have been targets of on-going censorship online. Recent reports include:

Republican Party Sues Google Over Egregious Gmail Censorship
Facebook Removes Abortion Pill Reversal Page
Live Action, Lila Rose Banned from TikTok
TikTok Bans Students for Life, Censors Pro-Life Free Speech
Big Tech Takes Down Texas Right to Life Web Site a Second Time So It Can’t Save Babies From Abortion
GoDaddy Takes Down Texas Pro-Life Group’s Web Site, So They’ll Just Open It Somewhere Else
Facebook Blocks Pregnancy Center from Fundraising to Help Pregnant Women With Abortion Alternatives
Facebook censors pro-life marketing agency (Pregnancy Help News)
NBC Tries to Get Google to Ban Pro-Life Web Site Because It Opposes BlackLivesMatter
Facebook Censors Pro-Life Ad Showing How Abortion Pill Kills Babies, Injures Women
Facebook Censors Pro-Lifers, Ignores Liberal Post Wanting Pro-Life Republicans to “Die”
Facebook Censors Pro-Life Page for Calling Planned Parenthood an “Abortion Business”
City Takes Down Pro-Life Group’s Bus Ads after Abortion Activists Complain
Billboard Companies are Censoring Pro-Life Billboards Like This One: “Abortion Endangers Us”

Facebook Censors Interview With Woman Who Miraculously Survived an Abortion
Instagram Censors Planned Parenthood Meme: We Kill More Black Babies in 2 Weeks Than the KKK Lynched in a Century
Instagram Removed Christian Writer’s Comic Strip Comparing Abortion to Slavery
Instagram Blocked the Entire Daily Caller News Account Briefly, Claimed It Was an Accident
Facebook Tags Pro-Life Group as False News for Saying Abortion is Never Medically Necessary
Instagram Censors LifeNews Post about Babies with Down Syndrome
Twitter Censors President Trump’s Pro-Life Video Featuring Pictures of Unborn Babies
Twitter Suspended “Unplanned” Movie’s Account, Then Its Followers Mysteriously Disappeared
Woman With Down Syndrome Says Twitter Suspended Her Account for Tweets Opposing Abortion
Twitter Censors Pro-Life Group: “No Advertiser is Permitted to Use the Phrase ‘Killing Babies’”
Pinterest Caught Listing Top Pro-Life Website as Porn to Censor Its Content
Twitter Censors Pro-Life Group’s Ads about Defunding Planned Parenthood

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