Instagram Censors Meme Saying Planned Parenthood Kills More Blacks Than KKK

Instagram deleted a meme comparing the number of blacks lynched by the Ku Klux Klan to the number of black fetuses aborted by Planned Parenthood.

Ryan Bomberger, black co-founder of the pro-life Radiance Foundation who was conceived during the rape of his mother, is defending a controversial meme he created blasting abortion giant Planned Parenthood as worse than the KKK after Instagram said it encourages violence.

“While writing this article, we were censored by Deities of Diversity. Apparently, Instagram deleted our post, threatening to restrict or disable our account if we violate their guidelines again. But … we didn’t violate any guidelines,” Bomberger wrote in his defense of the meme Friday.

“The explanation they included in the warning were about threatening violence. Of course the meme wasn’t threatening violence–it denounced racial violence, no matter the era. But Titans of Tolerance have no interest in the truth. They can delete our posts, and even our account, but they can’t delete the truth. And of course, there was no due process, no appeal process, no one to reach to correct this injustice. There was no option other than to click OK and the purge was complete. #Liberalism,” he noted.

The controversy over the meme was sparked last Thursday after writer Ayana Lage called out California megachurch Bethel Redding’s worship pastor, Brian Johnson on Twitter, for sharing Bomberger’s meme on Instagram. Brian Johnson deleted the post after it was pointed out as insensitive but what happened after that encounter kept the story running.

“He deletes the post and eventually his entire Instagram account after pushback, but remarks in private conversation that ‘…many of them live with a victim mentality and that is difficult to handle when you’re trying to work with them.’ Them in this case is black people,” Lage shared.

Bethel Redding’s senior pastor and Brian Johnson’s father, Bill Johnson, later reposted the meme Lage called “offensive” while noting it was created by a black man. Other Bethel leaders including Kris Vallotton insisted that Brian has a right to speak about the issue of the effects of abortion on the black community because he adopted a black baby.

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Source: Christian Post