Pro-Life Activist Nails It at Google HQ "Talk" Series: Gets WAY MORE VIEWS Than Planned Parenthood's Chief
Lisa Bourne : Jun 30, 2017
The stats on Gray’s [pro-life] talk are remarkable not only because they trounced a pro-abortion message, but also Google is known for harboring a more liberal mindset. In just three days, Gray’s talk effectively quadrupled the overall number of views garnered by the abortion executive’s talk published almost five months ago.
(Mountain View, CA) — [LifeSiteNews] The Talk at Google delivered recently by pro-life activist and author Stephanie Gray outperformed that of Planned Parenthood President Cecile Richards in its first 24 hours online. (Photo Credit: Stephanie Gray via LifeSiteNews)
And in just three days, Gray’s talk effectively quadrupled the overall number of views garnered by the abortion executive’s talk published almost five months ago.
Gray, the co-founder of the Canadian Center for Bio-Ethical Reform who now speaks with her “Love Unleashes Life” ministry, presented Abortion: From Controversy to Civility" to the Internet giant’s audience in April. She employed the Socratic method of questions and answers leading to productive dialogue in making the case for life.
Gray’s talk, published June 19, surpassed Richards’ 1,200 views in its first day and was sailing along toward 5,000 views and counting by press time June 22.
The Talks at Google program presents authors, scientists, actors, artists, filmmakers, musicians, speakers, and others to Google’s California headquarters for presentations focusing on their work.
The stats on Gray’s talk are remarkable not only because they trounced a pro-abortion message, but also Google is known for harboring a more liberal mindset.
Google has faced questions of its objectivity because of search results yielding more liberal-leaning websites than conservative ones and for having refused advertisements about abortion containing religious content.
Earlier this month, Google celebrated the creator of the rainbow flag as a symbol of gay pride on the first anniversary of his death, and in April an ad released for Google Home, the company’s personal assistant software promoting same-sex “marriage” and adoption.
Controversy ensued several years ago after the tech giant reportedly removed crisis pregnancy center ads at the urging of abortion industry agents. It was later determined the reports may have been largely fabricated by the abortion activists. Not soon after, however, “crisis pregnancy search” results entered into Google’s search engine brought up Planned Parenthood.
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