Pinterest engineer—pardon me, former engineer, he's now been fired—Eric Cochran, the courageous whistleblower, leaked internal Slack messages and other documentation from Pinterest showing that several other conservative sites, including Live Action, Zero Hedge, and TeaParty.org, were on the "po*n domain" list, their content blocked from the platform.
I think there are some issues that have such moral clarity that. Imagine saying that it's okay to appoint a judge who's racist, or antisemitic, or homophobic, telling, asking someone to appoint someone who takes away basic human rights of any group of people in America. I don't think that those are political issues anymore... There is no moral equivalency when you come to racism, and I do not believe there is a moral equivalency when it comes to changing laws that deny women reproductive freedom.[Emphasis added]
I've said this many times before and I'll continue to repeat the warning: in the very near future, we'll see draconian workplace rules that preclude religious and social conservatives being employed in a variety of fields, especially those that require professional credentialing or government licensure. That's what Gillibrand is hinting at with her conflation of racism and pro-life views. In her view, there is no difference, and just like we would not employ an openly racist teacher or doctor, no one should employ an individual who believes that pre-born children should not be slaughtered. And the same goes for those who do not enthusiastically applaud every new iteration of the totalitarian sexual revolution.