Pinterest Bans Pro-Life Organizations


The corporate tyranny against Christians and pro-lifers continues. Facebook is now censoring images of Jesus used in advertising and Twitter is censoring people praying in a tweet.

In yet another act of corporate censorship, Pinterest has permanently banned the account of Live Action, a pro-life group. The group was sent a letter early Tuesday explaining what they were banned for.

American Life League, the largest grassroots, Catholic, Culture of Life non-profit in the U.S., was also banned from the platform as they were considered spam. 

How does Pinterest justify these actions? In a newly released video, published by Project Veritas, an employee from Pinterest tells James O'Keefe how Pinterest would list Live Action as a porn site as a means to justify their censorship. 

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