In a new video filmed for Students for Life of America, Eric Cochran, the Pinterest whistleblower, delivers a powerful message on why we must be vocal in our pro-life views–even when we could suffer consequences.
Cochran came to prominence after a Project Veritas investigative video exposed the censoring of pro-life group Live Action by Pinterest. In response to the censoring, pro-life groups led by Students for Life of America started posting Live Action content on its own page in response.
Kristan Hawkins, President of Students for Life of America said in a statement, “Live Action has been unfairly barred from Pinterest for supporting both women and their preborn infants. Even though at Students for Life we have not used our Pinterest in some time because it’s a dying forum, we are glad to support our allies in the pro-life movement in ensuring their message is shared. The irony is that Pinterest is supposed to be a way to highlight things that their users love, not forcing people to highlight Pinterest’s abortion viewpoint … or else.” Read more here.
As of this writing, Students for Life’s Pinterest has yet to be banned, and in fact, our followers have grown.
You can read more about the Project Veritas investigation here.