Pinterest Censoring Anti-Vaccine Doctors and Pins Related to Vaccine Rights
|Vaccines…death in a needle and mothers INSIST upon doing this to their children, THEY CLAIM THEY LOVE AND WOULD DO ANYTHING FOR!|
The popular image-sharing social media website Pinterest is blocking pins that provide safety information about vaccines, or question whether or not legislation should be passed to mandate vaccines.
When Health Impact News noticed that some of their pins were no longer showing, we contacted Pinterest to find out why.
Someone named “Tina” from Pinterest Help emailed this to Health Impact News:
One or more of your Pins about vaccines has been highlighted as containing medical misinformation. Per our policy, this content will remain available to you, but it will be hidden from circulation on Pinterest as it contains claims that are considered to be misleading or inaccurate by the medical community.
We don’t know which pins they actually blocked (we have thousands of them on their site), but a pro Big Pharma company Elsevier.com printed a commentary last year about an article published in the pro-vaccine journal Vaccinethat criticized Pinterest for allow pins that contradict Big Pharma’s pro-vaccine extremist position, or questioned parental rights in regards to vaccine choice.
In their commentary on the Journal article “On pins and needles: How vaccines are portrayed on Pinterest” they lamented:
Guidry and her colleagues collected 800 pins and analyzed them to determine whether they are pro- or anti-vaccination.
The results revealed that 75 percent of all vaccine-related pins were negative.
Rather than using social media as a tool to understand the public’s sentiment and experience with vaccines (which of course includes doctors and other medical professionals) and respect those views, this information was used as fuel to pressure lawmakers into passing laws to punish those who do not believe in the Pro Pharma extreme position on vaccines, by passing laws forcing everyone to get vaccines, whether they want them or not.
When organizations share anti-vaccine messages, the risk is that parents choose not to vaccinate their children out of fear. This lowers the overall vaccination rate and puts vulnerable people at risk of disease. There’s a pressing need to improve vaccination rates globally… (Source.)
As an example of a pin criticizing Pinterest for allowing anything but the pro-vaccine extremist position in the vaccine debate, Elsevier chose a pin from Health Impact News:
|Use gardasil, turn your little girl into a screaming, pain-filled sack of misery. Oh, but go ahead and do it, because they say it’s important at your kid’s school and of course, libtards do whatever they are told by lesbian school teacher satanists. Heaven forbid you think for yourself and do what is right for your child…oh no…it’s much better to go along and be approved by the other idiot droids who allowed their kids to be poisoned for life with binary weapons.|
Doctors and Scientists Who Question Vaccines Continue to be Censored
The reason Pinterest gave us as to why some of our vaccine pins were being blocked is based on a false premise:
“it will be hidden from circulation on Pinterest as it contains claims that are considered to be misleading or inaccurate by the medical community.”
The fact is that the “medical community” is not at all unified on their views of vaccines, as increasingly more doctors and medical professionals are beginning to question the Big Pharma and Government extremist position on vaccines. The extremist pro-vaccine position on vaccines is: