“If you ban one of us you’ll have to ban all of us.”
Pro-life activists are planning to do everything they can to overwhelm censorship at Pinterest.
Earlier this month, an investigation by Project Veritas exposed documentation showing pro-life group Live Action listed under the “porn domain block list” by Pinterest content filters. Just days later, Live Action learned it had been permanently suspended from the Pinterest platform because apparently sharing pro-life content equates to spreading “harmful misinformation” and “medical information and conspiracies that turn individuals and facilities into targets for harassment and violence.”
In response, Students for Life and Susan B. Anthony list have pledged to keep Live Action’s content alive on Pinterest.
Hey @Pinterest, if you ban one of us you’ll have to ban all of us.
We are joining @StudentsforLife and will post @LiveAction content and ensure we link through to their informative, fact-based website which you classified as “porn.” #LifeCensored #UnPinPinterest https://t.co/50osxjjrho
— Susan B. Anthony List (@SBAList) June 13, 2019
The Resurgent’s Peter Heck believes this is an ideal strategy for pushing back against Big Tech’s censorship of conservative content. “It forces the hand of left-wing Big Tech,” he writes. “They are making Pinterest decide whether they really want to remove major content providers and creators over politics.”
Also, be sure to see 2ndVote’s research on where Pinterest (2.4 – Lean Liberal) stands on other issues by visiting the scorepage in our company database. You will see how Pinterest has also stood against religious liberty by supporting the so-called Equality Act, a sexual orientation and gender identity (SOGI) accommodation mandate at the federal level.
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