Tech Company Cuts Service For Christian Group Right Before Major Event Due To ‘Hate Group’ Label From Liberal Group

A California-based tech company has terminated its services to a Christian organization one hour before the organization was set to hold a major event.

The termination

Without a warning, MobileCause, a major tech company offering fundraising software and other services, stopped providing its services to the Christian nonprofit Family Research Council (FRC) hours before FRC was scheduled to hold an online event last week called Pray, Vote, and Stand aimed at educating voters on the upcoming 2020 election.

FRC had been using MobileCause to reach thousands of its supporters via text messages by sending a link to the broadcast.

In a statement to the Christian Broadcasting Network (CBN), FRC said “the termination, based upon Family Research Council’s religious views, prevented the broadcast from reaching thousands of Christian voters with information about the 2020 election.”

Prior to the termination, FRC and MobileCause had worked together for three years.

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Explaining their decision, MobileCause suggested it had received almost 100 complaints of spam, a claim FRC denied, according to CBN.

The tech company explained to CBN that it made the decision after the left-leaning Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) labeled FRC a “hate group.”

“MobileCause recently terminated its agreement with Family Research Council (FRC) when it became aware that FRC is designated as a ‘hate group’ by the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC). MobileCause was previously unaware of this fact. MobileCause works with thousands of organizations across the ideological spectrum, but has a long-standing corporate practice of not working with organizations on the designated SPLC list,” MobileCause told CBN.

FRC President Tony Perkins told CBN, “MobileCause has not only provided yet another example of big tech censorship but in their desperation to silence those they disagree with, they have now added religious discrimination to their portfolio.”

“Is it a coincidence that a big tech company pulled the plug on us one hour before the second installment of one of our most extensive evangelical voter education and mobilization efforts in this election cycle?” Perkins asked. “The big tech agenda is beyond obvious. MobileCause views evangelicals and conservatives as a political enemy that must be silenced, and so it timed its religious discrimination for maximum effect.”

“The Left’s determination to silence voices with which they disagree should make clear to every evangelical voter what is at stake in this election and why they need to pray, vote, and stand! Big tech, Hollywood, and the elites intend to decide this election, and they will resort to religious discrimination, censorship, and bullying to get that mission accomplished. We cannot, and we must not allow them to succeed,” Perkins concluded.

CBN has noted in previous reports that SPLC has itself been labeled a “hate group” and accused of being an “anti-Christian, anti-conservative organization.”

In a 2019 letter to the heads of Facebook, Twitter, Google, and Amazon, more than 25 Christian and conservative leaders asked the companies to sever ties with the SPLC.

“It is now clear that the SPLC has proven to be a hate-filled, anti-Christian, anti-conservative organization and nothing more than a weapon of the radical Left, whose goal is to bully people into compliance with their ideology,” the letter read, CBN reported. “Fail to comply with their demands, and you will be labeled as a hate group or an extremist.”

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