Facebook And Twitter Ban My Post Showing A Dead Fetus, Proving That Everyone Knows That Abortion Is Evil And Barbaric

I did a post on Texas banning abortion thanks to the Supreme Court’s overturning of Roe v. Wade, and for a cover image I used a photo of a dead fetus. The fetus in the photo died from complications in the womb, but nonetheless I presented it to demonstrate two obvious things: I wanted to show the graphic reality of the humanity of the embryo, and that killing such a being is ugly and horrific:

Immediately Facebook notified me that the image broke community standards and that the photo had to be blurred:

Soon after Twitter notified me saying that the photo is against their rules because ‘gory’ and ‘graphic’ and that I had the choice to delete it or get suspended:

The question I have for these people is, Isn’t this what you people support? These big tech companies like Facebook and Twitter are dominated by people who do support abortion. So how in the hell is it wrong to present what they cry and holler for? If you want to enrage an abortion advocate, simply present what they support and show pictures of dead human fetuses. I remember when I was about 12 years old, I got into a debate with a teacher on abortion. She told me, “Its a non-sentient being.” I told her, “Its still a human being.” She turned around (she was walking out of the room), pointed her finger at me and screamed to the top of her lungs: “NO!!!!! ITS A NON-SENTIENT BEING!!!!” Her rage conveyed a sense of guilt. Everyone knows that this is a barbaric and ugly act. Make them see it and torment them with what they support, just as German civilians were forced to see the corpses of those murdered by their regime.