GoDaddy Announces Dropping Website Over TX Abortion Law

GoDaddy, a website used to register online domains, announced on Thursday that it will no longer host a whistleblowing site associated with the Texas Right to Life anti-abortion group.

The website — — allows citizens of Texas to report activity that infringes on the state's new abortion regulations, which has been in the eye of public discourse all week.

Texas Governor Greg Abbott outlawed abortions after six weeks of pregnancy, with a 5-4 Supreme Court majority vote against banning the law that angered pro-choice advocates. Liberal detractors then flooded the anonymous tip line with fake reports.

The domain host gave a notice to Texas Right to Life that services would be suspended as of Friday evening.

GoDaddy joins the list of critics reprimanding the abortion bill, state of Texas and Supreme Court for permitting legislation that has been labeled as "anti-woman." The breaking news came as a surprise to those that originally discovered the site through their Super Bowl marketing campaigns, featuring indecent depictions of the female body.

Conservatives largely voiced their support for the legislation that served as a big win within the pro-life movement. The Babylon Bee CEO Seth Dillon announced that his site will be donating money to the Texas tip line as an answer to GoDaddy's cancelation.

GoDaddy has a domain listing of over 62 million sites.

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