BIG TECH Censors Born Alive Victims

Three years ago, Amanda Finnefrock begged for her prematurely born sons’ lives as they were left to die at Riverside Methodist Hospital in Columbus, OH. Soon after, Created Equal helped Amanda tell her story through video captured of the incident. And just last week, we finally received word that the US Dept of Health and Human Services (HHS) was investigating on her behalf. But immediately thereafter, big tech companies started censoring Amanda’s video.


Last month, President Trump signed an Executive Order directing the Department of Health and Human Services to ensure that American hospitals comply with federal obligations to provide appropriate medical treatment to babies born prematurely.

In a statement providing guidance to hospitals, HHS Secretary Alex Azar disclosed that in May 2020, HHS determined Riverside Methodist Hospital had failed in 2017 to ensure medical screening examinations (required by federal law) were performed for Amanda’s twin boys. These infants were not sent to the hospital’s neonatal intensive care unit and died within several hours after delivery.

Then our video was banned. First YouTube removed it—saying it violated “community standards.” Then Vimeo followed suit. Here was their reason: “You cannot upload videos that are hateful, defamatory, or discriminatory.”

But the HHS investigation demonstrates that the video is not slander. It is an eyewitness whistleblower testimony from Amanda, the mother who lived it.

On today’s episode, Mark interviews Amanda to get the inside story of her excruciating struggle to get justice for Emery and Elliot.

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