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Lila Rose: Twitter 'Waging a War Against Pro-Life Speech' with These Bans

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WASHINGTON – On the heels of news that Twitter banned a pro-life campaign ad from Rep. Marsha Blackburn, R-Tenn., Live Action's Lila Rose tells CBN News the tech company is doing the same thing to her organization.

"Twitter's been waging a war against pro-life speech for a while now," Rose told CBN's Jenna Browder.

"They've been banning Live Action's pro-life ads for several years and then they actually completely froze our ad account in the last year. So that means Live Action is totally prohibited from doing pro-life advertising on Twitter."

The non-profit's Twitter account is the largest social media platform for the pro-life movement.

In the case of Blackburn, Twitter backed off its decision and has allowed her to leave up and promote her campaign ad.

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Jenna Browder co-hosts Faith Nation and is a network correspondent for CBN News. She has interviewed many prominent national figures from both sides of the political aisle, including presidents, cabinet secretaries, lawmakers, and other high-ranking officials. Jenna grew up in the small mountain town of Gunnison, Colorado and graduated from the University of Colorado at Boulder, where she studied journalism. Her first TV jobs were at CBS affiliates in Cheyenne, Wyoming and Monroe, Louisiana where she anchored the nightly news. She came to Washington, D.C. in 2016. Getting to cover that year's