The Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade has had an expected outcome for Pregnancy resource centers. Resource centers have been vital to women utilizing their free services. Ultrasounds, medical exams, parenting classes, STD testing, and post-abortion counseling can all be accessed by women in need. Many centers also provide diapers, clothing, and other material necessities.

The abortion industry has made billions off of the termination of life. Whereas most Pregnancy Resource Centers are funded by local donations from residents unselfishly concerned about helping women in their community who are in need.

But as of late, pro-abortion lawmakers have had no problem portraying Pregnancy Centers in a wrong and harmful way, also accusing them of deceptive practices by insinuating they are not capable of providing medical help. Politicians have also influenced mob-type behavior towards the clinics, which have been subject to violent threats, and costly property destruction.

There are countless examples of harmful behavior towards the centers, yet the Biden Admin and media have completely ignored the violence.

And as Life News accurately pointed out, it’s not about helping women, radical activist don’t care about women or they would not harm centers set up to offer free care.


Although companies that have decided to push a woke agenda have suffered financially, Yelp has jumped on the leftist bandwagon. According to the Daily Caller, Yelp is adding warnings that there is not necessarily a licensed medical professional on-site. But Moira Gaul, associate scholar at the Charlotte Lozier Institute, told the Daily Caller that 10,200 licensed medical professionals work or volunteer at pregnancy resource centers. The goal is not truth-telling but rather harming the Pro-life movement.

Yelp’s VP of user operations, Noorie Malik, told Axios.

“After learning about the misleading nature of crisis pregnancy centers back in 2018, I’m grateful Yelp stands behind these efforts to provide consumers with access to reliable information about reproductive health services,” adding  “It has always felt unjust to me that there are clinics in the U.S. that provide misleading information or conduct deceptive tactics to steer pregnant people away from abortion care if that’s the path they choose to take.”

Noorie Malik is certainly not new to bringing politics and personal ideology to work with her. She received the Top 50 Women in Tech Award by NDC. NDC’s group description is that they are “made up of 99 forward-thinking Dems who are committed to pro-economic growth, pro-innovation & fiscally responsible policies.”


Malik promoted adding a warning on Yelp about businesses that are turned in for being racist, adding that a link to a “credible media outlet” will be added for users. But since Malik comes from a leftist mindset, what safeguards ensure that conservative services and businesses are not unfairly targeted the way pregnancy resource centers have been?


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