It’s a scientific argument in a video interview with a biologist who studied the research on the link between abortion and breast cancer. But fewer people than normal will see or hear about it because according to the conservative Christian organization The Ruth Institute which produced it, YouTube censored it, removing it from its page. YouTube stated that it “does not allow content about abortion that contradicts expert consensus from local health authorities or the World Health Organization (WHO) and poses a serious risk of bodily harm or death.” But The Ruth Institute claims there’s a “corrupt process… to create the ‘illusion of scientific consensus.” And since the Roe decision, YouTube has removed three episodes of RI’s weekly podcast featuring the Insitute’s president, Dr. Jennifer Roback Morse. According to the Heritage Foundation, which chronicled a long list of examples, Big Tech companies have become the gatekeepers of information, as “a handful of Big Tech corporations – like Google, YouTube, Apple, Facebook (Meta), Twitter -now manipulate the flow of information in such an expansive way as to fundamentally reshape the public discourse.” On this episode of Lighthouse Faith podcast, Dr. Morse talks about the content of the interviews that YouTube removed, and why conservative voices of Faith have become big targets for Big Tech.