Companies Eager To Subsidize Abortion Because They Think Only Childless Women Are Profitable

Companies Eager To Subsidize Abortion Because They Think Only Childless Women Are Profitable BY: JORDAN BOYD for The Federalist

GNN Note – More profitable for companies to subsidize abortion than have women leave the company to raise their children. / END

By subsidizing abortion, corporations show how they evaluate women’s worth and working potential based on the state of their wombs.

Shortly after the U.S. Supreme Court decided to overturn Roe v. Wade, large companies such as Bank of America, BlackRock, Dick’s Sporting Goods, Disney, Goldman Sachs, H&M, Macy’s, Nike, Nordstrom, and Snap all pledged to pay thousands of dollars for their female employees to kill their babies in utero.

Under the guise of expanding “health care” policies to better accommodate women, big businesses all over the nation are going to great and murderous lengths to ensure they don’t have to deal with pregnant employees and maternity leave. The approach exposes how corporations evaluate women’s worth and working potential based on the state of their wombs.

Even before the Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization ruling was released last week, big businesses such as Airbnb, Amazon, DoorDash, JPMorgan Chase, Levi Strauss, Microsoft, Netflix, Patagonia, PayPal, Reddit, Starbucks, Tesla, and Yelp had already promised they would cover the travel costs of their women workers to get abortions in different states.

Google’s Chief People Officer Fiona Cicconi even offered men and women at the Big Tech company the opportunity to “apply for relocation without justification” based on the Dobbs decision, which she called “a profound change for the country that deeply affects so many of us, especially women.”

It’s no secret why the woke human resource departments at these Fortune 500 firms and Wall Street giants want to ensure their female employees remain childless. For one, it’s cheaper than granting working mothers maternity leave and then giving them the flexibility required to stay engaged as a parent and an employee.

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