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TUNE IN TONIGHT: LifeSite Editor-in-Chief to discuss ban by Apple News on national radio

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August 1, 2019 (LifeSiteNews) - LifeSite Editor-in-Chief and Co-Founder John-Henry Westen will be interviewed on national radio tonight about LifeSite’s recent ban from Apple News. 

Westen will speak with Tony Perkins, president of the Family Research Council, on his nationally syndicated Christian radio talk show Washington Watch. You can listen live at 5:32 pm EST/2:32 pm PST here or you can find the list of radio stations broadcasting the show here

We encourage you to tune-in to learn more about LifeSiteNew’s ban from the Apple News platform and to show your support for ending censorship. 

Only a week after finally being approved, the LifeSite channel was banned from Apple News for “intolerance towards a specific group.” The email informing LifeSiteNews of the ban contained no further explanation or an option to appeal the ban.

"We are awaiting Apple's response providing further details on their decision," added Westen. "But at face value, this decision looks like just another case of a tech company using their power to quietly censor conservative opinions, simply because they don't agree with them."

Our petition asking Apple to stop censorship has already reached 20,000 signatures! Join us in standing up to Big Tech by signing the petition today

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