Live Action hits Facebook, after investigation, it appears that the fact-check on abortion, claiming that it was ‘fair and accurate’

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The Pro-life group, Live Action, hit Facebook, it is a fact-check of the system after a research, fact-checking, Science of Feedback was found, his conclusions are correct and complete.

“Facebook has a serious problem in the free exchange of ideas and debate, it has to be the ultimate authority on what ideas will and will not be able to be shared on the platform, in the” Live Action’s President and founder, Lila Rose, said in a statement. “Facebook is not allowed in the professional, medical judgment of the thousands of OB-GYNs and when it is forbidden in our words.”

Last month, the Live Action was then told by Facebook that the fact-checkers had noticed that two of the video with the statement, ” abortion is never medically necessary,” as false. The tech-giant has also stated that a Live-Action, on the left, and the Pink pages, it would have to be reduced to distribution, and any other restrictions for the repeated parts of the fake news.

A video with the title of “The Pro-Life Answer to Abortion Can be Medically Necessary, recommended neonatal specialist Dr. Kendra Kolb. In the second video, entitled, “Abortion is NEVER Medically Necessary,” featured a talk given by Mark. A Live-Action, and Rose’s Facebook page to reach out to more than 3 million followers combined.


Facebook and was blown away by the Live Action on a controversial fact-check, which took place last month.
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Facebook removed the passage from its Live-Action two weeks ago, and while the fact-checking organization, which is known as the Science of customer Feedback, conducted an internal review of what happened.

“The science of Feedback, a conclusion will be shown to sound, and to be honest, on the basis of the best evidence of this. In their fact-check is a fine attempt to inform readers about the validity of a claim and adhere strictly to the scientific facts and to verify the methodology,” Sarphan Uzunoglu, is an assistant professor of multimedia journalism at the Lebanese American University who have not taken advocacy positions on abortion, said in a statement released by the Poynter Institute, a prominent journalism organization.

Uzunoglu, examined the process by which a claim is selected for review, and did the same for the most recent 10 fact-checks can be done by Knowing the Feedback. Based on his work, and Knowing the Feedback and the explanation of the editorial processes involved have been published within the fact-checks, International Fact-Checking of a Network, and came to the following conclusions:

“The findings of Science and the Feedback from the fact-check, based on the publicly available scientific evidence, and are not the result of any bias. The claim that ‘abortion is never medically necessary,” is false and inaccurate. It is a process that can be used by the Science, the Feedback from the initial order to evaluate the sound, and not the result of a systemic disease, and a review of the 10 fact-checks and reports that there is no systematic bias in the selection of claims to be checked. The failure to explain to their readers that the two men, who assisted in Science, in Feedback, not in the writing of the paper check, however, when the review of the evidence, and had positions in advocacy organizations, and the lack of ability in order to clarify the role of readers, it fell short of the required standards of the IFCN supporters. This has been communicated to the Science of Feedback from them.”



Rose claims that Facebook is a reform of fact-checking process that right away.

“Today’s ruling confirms that the only justification for a ban-there is corruption” fact-checking ” system, but disguised as an independent, if it really is the enemy of fairness, and the freedom of speech,” Rose said.

In a meeting with the Church Funds. Josh Hawley, a Republican, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg apparently said that the company’s handling of the whole controversy was “clearly biased.”

Fox News reached Facebook for comment.


Fox News’ James Rogers and Judson Berger contributed to this report.

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