Twitter blocks Focus on the Family after questioning President Biden’s transgender pick for assistant health secretary
Focus on the Family was hit with Big Tech censorship after the conservative organization questioned President Biden’s transgender pick for assistant health secretary, Pennsylvania Health Secretary Rachel Levine.
“We were pointing people to an article we had done questioning Dr. Levine’s qualifications, and in that tweet we mention that Dr. Levine is a biological male who is transgendered to female and Twitter hit us with hate speech,” Focus on the Family President Jim Daly told the “Todd Starnes Show” Thursday.
Host Todd Starnes revealed that he has been banned from LinkedIn, also accused of hate speech. “It makes no sense because we’re just simply conveying the facts of the story, just like you guys were doing,” Starnes said. “We were just trying to make a point of what may be driving some of the philosophical basis for the doctor’s decisions, etc. and questioning whether the judgment of that doctor was solid because …
She was the one who took her mother out of a nursing home and then knowing the order that she was putting COVID-positive patients into those nursing homes in Pennsylvania,” Daly said. “So we tend to believe that’s a real gross judgment of a health official to protect their own family from COVID and yet, send a lot of elderly people to their deaths,” he added.