Planned Parenthood – the largest abortion provider in America – murders babies. It takes half a billion of our tax dollars. And it harvests and sells baby parts to pad its “bottom line.” But it also may have just been caught lying about a number of corporate sponsors.
Until yesterday, Planned Parenthood listed 41 major (and highly regarded) U.S. companies as corporate sponsors of its death business.
The Daily Signal began contacting these companies asking whether they support Planned Parenthood’s newly revealed organ harvesting business that is abhorrent to a large majority of Americans.
At least three of the biggest and best-known brands in America responded with the same thing: we don’t send Planned Parenthood any money, and they need to take our names off that list.
Wait, is Planned Parenthood lying about support from companies like Coca-Cola, Ford Motors, and Xerox?
Life News has the details:
A representative from Coca-Cola confirmed for The Daily Signal the company does not contribute to Planned Parenthood, nor does it match employee contributions to the organization.
When told that its named appeared on Planned Parenthood’s website, the Coca-Cola representative said, “We’ll ask them to correct the information.”
Disturbingly, Ford and Xerox responded the same way:
“We are making sure that Ford Motor Company is not listed as a Planned Parenthood contributor on their website,” a representative from Ford told The Daily Signal.
“In addition, we do not offer an employee match for charitable contributions,” the Ford representative said. It has been at least 10 years since Ford stopped matching employee gift contributions, the representative added.
Similarly, Xerox was listed on the Planned Parenthood website and has said it also does not donate in any way.
“We checked our files for the last 20 years and have no record of Xerox Corp. contributing to Planned Parenthood,” a representative from Xerox told The Daily Signal.
Planned Parenthood has been publicly portraying that these highly respected organizations financially support its barbaric practices, when they haven’t for at least the last ten to twenty years and maybe never have. Planned Parenthood’s only response has been to take the entire list down. They’ve been caught once again.
If you can’t trust Planned Parenthood to tell the truth about its corporate sponsors, how can you trust them to tell the truth about their abortion and baby harvesting practices?
Planned Parenthood may not be funded by Coca-Cola, Ford, and Xerox, but it continues to be funded by you and me the taxpayers, to the tune of over $500,000,000 a year. Sadly that’s no misrepresentation. But it must end.
Sign our petition to defund, investigate, and ban Planned Parenthood from selling baby parts. It’s time to take them off the American taxpayer’s sponsorship list.
This article is crossposted at RedState.com.
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