Pinterest Bans Live Action & Labels Links as Porn, Permanently Suspends Pro-Life Account

@Project_Veritas, Twitter / @LilaGraceRose, Twitter

Pro-life advocate Lila Rose tweeted today that Pinterest suspended Live Action’s account.

In a series of tweets, the Live Action founder explained Pinterest’s reasoning for the suspension. Rose posted multiple emails between Live Action and Pinterest, proving the allegations.

Here are Lila Rose’s tweets about the suspension:

@LilaGraceRose, Twitter

Rose retweeted with a link to a petition, “BREAKING: @Pinterest has permanently BANNED Live Action from the platform and marked all links to our website as ‘porn.'”

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In another tweet, Rose posted, “BREAKING: A whistleblower at @Pinterest has shared documentation with @Project_Veritas that Pinterest added liveaction.org to a “porn block list,” despite staff knowing we are a pro-life group, censoring our life-affirming content.”

The video provides documentation that Pinterest deliberately censors pro-life and Christian content. Watch the full video here.

In a third tweet, Rose added the email she received from Pinterest claiming that Live Action posts “medically inaccurate information and conspiracies that turn individuals and facilities into targets for harassment and violence.”

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Her full tweet reads, “UPDATE: @Pinterest has now permanently suspended @LiveAction’s account (my account remains suspended), claiming our pro-life content is “medically inaccurate information” & “conspiracies” that lead to ‘violence.’ / #LifeCensored

Rose then posted another tweet, explaining that the social media platform claimed Live action provides “medically inaccurate information”

@LilaGraceRose, Twitter

Rose’s full tweet reads, Pinterest has now totally banned @LiveAction from the platform, claiming we provide ‘medically inaccurate information.’ / WHAT exactly is medically inaccurate, @Pinterest? Our website’s education on abortion procedures was developed by OBGYNs & abortion doctors. / #LifeCensored”.

Rose tweeted a fifth time, citing “Pinterest’s Logic.”

@LilaGraceRose, Twitter

Rose’s tweet reads, “Pinterest Logic: You can freely pin if you’re Planned Parenthood, an abortion provider. / But if you’re a pro-life group and pin about the beauty and humanity of a baby in the womb, you’re banned because you’re a threat to ‘Pinner’s health or safety.’ / @Pinterest@LiveAction / #LifeCensored.”

Rose tweeted another time, explaining that Pinterest changed their reasoning for banning Live Action. She included the email directly from Pinterest.

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Rose said, “Pinterest now says @LiveAction is banned for “misinformation related to conspiracies and anti-vaccination advice, and not porn.” / Ridiculous. / We’ve reported on aborted baby cell lines, but do not take a position on vaccines. The only ‘conspiracy’ is @Pinterest’s ban on pro-life content.”

In another tweet directed at Pinterest, Rose said with an image “Pinterest allows abortion clinics to freely post ads for mail-order abortions…”

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@LilaGraceRose, Twitter

Rose also retweeted multiple reactions to the unjust censorship, some of which included those from Steven Crowder and Blaze TV, to name a few.

Here’s some reactions below:

@scrowder, Twitter

Steven Crowder tweeted, “Ah yes, I can see how providing medically accurate information on fetal development and abortion would be triggering to the side that claims to love science.”

@BlazeTV, Twitter

BlazeTV’s tweet reads, “This is what censorship looks like.”

Rose also retweeted a post from surgeon-scientist Eugene Gu, who said he “doesn’t support this social media ban,” because “Republicans could do the same thing right back.

Here’s his tweet below:

@eugenegu, Twitter

His full post reads, “While I oppose Live Action with every fiber of my being, I don’t support this social media ban. What happens if Pinterest or any other site is bought out by Republicans? They can do the same thing right back. I hate having to defend my enemy but social media censorship is wrong.”

Let us pray for the conversion of all abortion supporters, and for an end to unjust censorship!

Click here to sign the petition to stop Pinterest’s censorship of pro-lifers!

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