Pinterest says its mission is “to bring everyone the inspiration to create a life they love.” Much inspiration is needed to take on the mission of loving a tiny preborn life you help create. That’s why Live Action is on the platform sharing our pro-life messages of hope and empowerment for mom and child, and sharing the dangers of abortion.
The Pinterest whistleblower, Eric Cochran, went to Project Veritas, the guerrilla-journalist group founded by James O’Keefe, and explained that the websites on a domain block list cannot be linked in posts made by users. He then shows the product code, Slack messages, and internal documents revealing that “LiveAction.org” is sitting alongside a list of verified pornography sites. This would prevent users from linking to our site. Unfortunately, this does not appear to be a simple mistake. The Pinterest insider provides documentation of a conversation between employees after a user filed an appeal regarding LiveAction.org. The employees doubled down on keeping “LiveAction.org” on the pornography list.
Secretly applying the label of “pornography” to Live Action’s content demonstrates a concerted effort to sideline a leading pro-life organization the only way they knew how.
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