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11/03/2017 / By Ethan Huff
Multinational corporation Apple has made yet another damning political move that proves its devotion to the dark side. Reports indicate that the tech giant recently decided to pull a pro-life prayer “app” from its App Store simply because pro-abortion activists demanded so, once again showing that Apple only supports leftist, Godless causes.
Known as the Human Coalition (HC) Prayer App, the software (when it was available) could be loaded onto users’ iPhones, allowing them to receive anonymous updates whenever a woman visited a women’s care center in one of more than 30 locations across the country. If that woman was considering getting an abortion, those with the HC Prayer app would be notified in order that they might pray for the woman to consider life instead.
The entire platform is completely anonymous, meaning the identities of the women considering abortions was not disclosed. The app also displays real-time results indicating how effective people’s prayers are, as evidenced by the number of women being prayed for who chose to deliver their babies rather than terminate them.
“Human Coalition’s prayer app is a platform where pro-life advocates can gather together in prayer for abortion-determined women and their children and families,” says HC’s public relations director Lauren Enriquez, as quoted by LifeSiteNews. “Our supporters have found the app helpful in their mission to extend all forms of support, including prayer support, to the women and children we serve and rescue.”
Nothing about the HC prayer app violated Apple’s terms of service – and, in fact, it was available in the App Store for almost three years before suddenly being pulled. According to reports, it was an explosion of negative, berating, and mocking press coverage of the HC Prayer app that led Apple to make the rash and unsubstantiated decision to pull it.
“On the heels of pro-abortion media pushback, Apple notified us that they had removed the Human Coalition app from the App Store, citing violations of certain functionality requirements,” reads a statement recently issued by HC in response to Apple’s caving to the pro-death lobby.
“However, Human Coalition spoke with Apple and demonstrated that not only were the cited requirements met but that the Human Coalition app exceeded minimum requirements and functioned better than similar apps from other developers.”
As it currently stands, the HC Prayer app is no longer available in the Apple App Store. At the same time, Apple continues to allow apps like “The Satanic Bible” and “Satanic Pentagrams App,” both of which praise death and evil. So honoring life and praying for others is considered unacceptable to Apple, but casting spells and summoning demons is a-okay – and remember, this is the same evil company that you support every time you buy a new iPhone or MacBook computer.
And concerning the pro-abortionists who led the charge to have the HC Prayer app pulled in the first place: How can these folks claim to not be pro-death when they openly ridicule, demonize, and persecute groups like HC that simply want to help abortion-vulnerable women to make the decision to keep their unborn children? Do pro-abortionists want more babies to die?
The answer to this question is obvious based on their actions, and Apple is clearly complicit in helping them to achieve this goal. It’s truly deplorable, and something that should outrage every American who values life – including the leftists who claim to cherish free speech.
You can contact Apple and express outrage over the company’s blatant censorship of pro-life voices in its App Store by visiting this link. You can also learn more about the Human Coalition Prayer app, which is still available on the Android platform, by visiting HumanCoalition.org.
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