Mainstream Media Shows No Interest in Warren Buffett Giving $1.2 Billion to Abortion Groups
Yesterday, on the 1-year anniversary of abortionist Kermit Gosnell getting convicted of first-degree murder for the horrors that took place in his neonatal abattoir, there appeared another story we can count on the liberal establishment media to spike. Crony capitalist zillionaire Warren Buffett – a favorite among his fellow liberals because he calls for higher taxes even as he evades paying them — donated a staggering $1.2 billion to abortion organizations during 2001–2012:
That’s equal to the cost of roughly 2.7 million first-trimester abortions — more than twice the number of abortions that occur in an entire year in the United States. Unlike Gosnell, however, everything Buffett has done has been entirely legal. But Buffett does share something else in common with the abortionist. Both their stories have been largely unreported.
Considering that ending the lives of unwanted children is a highly lucrative business, and that it is subsidized lavishly by the federal government anyway, it would be interesting to learn why the third-richest man in the world thinks the industry needs an extra $1,200,000,000.00 to stop children’s hearts from beating. But we will probably never know, because the “mainstream” media has no interest in finding out.
Meanwhile, Brendan Eich privately gave a mere $1,000 to a defense of marriage initiative; when the IRS leaked this information to homosexual militants, it ended his career.
On a tip from Apostle53. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.
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