Pinterest bans Live Action – the reason why will surprise you!

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Pinterest bans Live Action after labelling its content as pornography.

Whistleblower Eric Cochrannd, who has since been summarily dismissed, shared internal documents with Project Veritas showing that a Pinterest staff member had added it to a “pornography block list,” as a way to censor the pro-life group.

We at the Cee reached out to Pinterest to ask them for the reason.

“Live Action is a pro-life group that believes that a foetus is not a bunch of cells but a child.  Since they were then showing pictures of these children naked we immediately classified them as child pornography and move them to the appropriate list.”

It’s a catch-22 for Live Action – do they continue to insist that the pre-born are children and remain banned or do they capitulate and call them foetuses and have their content shared.can be re-instated if they call the preborn a foetus.

Live Action founder and president Lila Rose commented, “We’re working with our tech team to see if we can add suitable covering of the babies in our images.”

It’s a bold move, however it may play into the hands of the pro-abortion lobby who will then claim their media is doctored.

We’ll keep you updated as our imagination continues to run wild.

Reporter: John Spencer aka Not the Bible

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