Twitter just blocked our friends at Focus on the Family from one of their accounts, and they need your help!
As you know, Wisconsin Family Action is a close ally and public policy partner of Focus on the Family. We could not sit by when Twitter’s censorship machine decided that Focus would be their next victim.
What was their supposed crime? Focus on the Family’s The Daily Citizen Twitter account posted a tweet identifying Assistant Health Secretary nominee Rachel Levine (a man who identifies as a woman) as a biological male.
For stating that fact, Twitter blocked Family Policy Alliance from their own account!
The reality is, if stating a simple and biological fact is cause for censorship—then all of us will be censored.
It’s time to draw the line. Will you join us?
Wisconsin Family Action sent out the following tweet in Focus on the Family’s defense today, challenging Twitter: Are We Next?
All day today, friends who are fellow believers, friends who hardly agree with us on anything but value our friendship and open dialogue, friends of all different faiths, members of Congress, and friends from like-minded organizations like Concerned Women for America, Family Research Council, American College of Pediatricians, and more, joined us with the same message to Twitter: Are We Next?
We’re also building a growing list of organizations of multiple faiths – or no faith at all – to send a message to Twitter.
But, Focus on the Family, Wisconsin Family Action and other like-minded organizations needs your help, too! We could be next! Will you join in our petition to Twitter?
It’s important that Twitter hears from us—they’ve crossed a line. If they want to censor the spread of pornography and child trafficking, we will stand with them. If they want to censor biological fact, free speech, and the open debate of ideas, we won’t.