I’d love to find a car insurance company that doesn’t donate to Planned Parenthood or match employee donations.
Some of Planned Parenthood’s sponsors have jumped ship since the release of those undercover videos of executives talking about selling the body parts of aborted babies. The third video is even worse. It shows employees actually picking through the “products of conception” to find intact organs and parts to sell.
Fox reported that companies like Coca-Cola are disavowing the place that slaughters unborn babies. An excerpt:
Coca-Cola, Ford and Xerox are all among the companies listed in a roster of corporate sponsors claimed by Planned Parenthood, but representatives for the companies said they either never donated to the organization or had not in years. Planned Parenthood, which is now reeling from the release of two undercover videos in which top officials alluded to selling fetus parts, had published the company names on the website of its Washington, DC, chapter. The list was part of an appeal to employees who the site said could double their donations with the help of their employers.
The page was taken down after Coca-Cola, Xerox and Ford Motor Company demanded their names be removed.
Ford Motor Company claimed it hasn’t matched employee contributions to the abortion mill in 10 years. Under pressure, Planned Parenthood took down the list of companies that match employee contributions. Why did it take something like this for the companies to deny and retreat? Abortion is legal, but given the reality of what abortion actually is (the deliberate deaths of defenseless human beings), why would a company that does business with all kinds of people want to have anything to do with this controversial procedure?
The Daily Signal has updated the initial story on which companies donate to Planned Parenthood. Several responded to requests for comment. For example, Progressive Insurance wrote:
“The Progressive Corporation does not make philanthropic contributions or provide grants to any organizations or causes. Instead, the Progressive Corporation contributes annually to the Progressive Foundation which provides matching funds to eligible 501(c)(3) charitable organizations to which Progressive employees contribute their personal funds to.”
(I really am in the market for an “anti-abortion” car insurance company!)