This week, Twitter and Pinterest woke up and said to each other, “It seems like a lot of pro-lifers, Christians, Republicans, and conservatives think we censor their views. We need to work really hard to change that perception.”
Then they drew up a list of ways they could do that. Then they decided not to do that, after getting distracted virtue signaling about Pride Month. Then they burned the list.
Then they flagged Kristan Hawkins, the president of Students for Life of America, for “potentially sensitive content”, meaning her posts were hidden behind a wall, and users would have to click to see them, limiting reach.
— Kristan Hawkins (@KristanHawkins) June 11, 2019
Then they barred Live Action from Pinterest.
DEVELOPING: Live Action now BANNED from Pinterest. pic.twitter.com/tCeH9Mb1xR
— Alison H.Centofante (@AlisonHowardC) June 11, 2019
Then they fired the whistleblower who exposed the bias.
Yesterday, @eric_cochran was fired for telling the truth about @Pinterest blocking @LiveAction. If you want to help, support this brave man who risked his career in order to fight for the protection of human life & free speech. https://t.co/hPDJE6wMb3 https://t.co/9oDYpZwo7N
— Alison H.Centofante (@AlisonHowardC) June 13, 2019
Then, they limited Project Veritas’ reach on Twitter.