An advocate for children with disabilities and complex medical needs fought back when a Twitter troll used her disabled daughter's photo to promote eugenic abortions.
Natalie Weaver, who co-founded Advocates for Medically Fragile Kids NC, expressed outrage over the vile post featuring her 9-year-old daughter Sophia, and urged Twitter to remove it from their site. Sophia was born with Rhett syndrome and has a facial deformity.
The account using Sophia's photo to promote abortion, @OBSIDIANSMOAK, has since been suspended.
"It is ok to think that every child matters however a lot of them do not hence the amnio test which should be a mandatory test and if it proves negative and the woman does not want to abort then all bills accrued after that is on her and the father," said the post.
Twitter has notoriously unclear standards when it comes to censorship, and recent undercover videos from James O'Keefe's Project Veritas demonstrate bias against conservatives and conservative causes. The company, which has expelled many on the Right in recent months, reportedly refused to take down the post featuring Sophia after initial complaints from Weaver.
"Just received an email that Twitter doesn’t think a person using my child’s image as the poster child to ABORT & to weed out all the ‘defectives’ in utero is a violation. Why? Bc they won’t recognize hate toward ppl w/ disabilities in their regulations/reports," Weaver posted in a tweet, on Monday.
"I would like twitter to also add 'hate towards people with disabilities' to their violation reporting categories," she added.
Later in the day, Twitter suspended the abortion advocate's account.
The "Party of Diversity" has been on a quest to fulfill Planned Parenthood founder Margaret Sanger's dream, advocating to stop all pro-life legislation which aims to protect children with disabilities from fatal discrimination via abortion.
"According to the most recent data available, the United States has an estimated termination rate for Down syndrome of 67 percent (1995-2011); in France it's 77 percent (2015); and Denmark, 98 percent (2015)," reports CBS News. As noted by LifeNews, "Iceland now has a nearly 100-percent abortion rate for unborn babies who test positive for Down syndrome."