Planned Parenthood Deletes Corporate Donor List from Website After Donors Start to Drop Support

by Warner Todd Huston | July 24, 2015 11:44 am

With revelations that abortion mill operator Planned Parenthood is guilty of illegally selling parts of murdered babies for profit, a number of the abortionists’ longtime donors have started cutting ties with them. In fact, so many donors dumped PP that PP deleted its corporate donor page from its website to hide the fact that so many are dumping PP.

Planned Parenthood removed the list of donors[1] on Thursday.

Until this Thursday, Planned Parenthood kept a list of corporate allies and sponsors on its website. Once Coca-Cola became the third corporation to ask to be taken off the list, Planned Parenthood took it down altogether.

…The news organization Daily Signal contacted several companies on the list asking about their purported donations to Planned Parenthood in light of videos revealing the organization’s harvesting of fetal organs. Representatives from Xerox, Ford, and Coca-Cola deserted the abortion giant, saying they were “incorrectly listed as donors… They said their companies do not contribute to Planned Parenthood and do not match employee gifts to the organization. All three said they have contacted or will contact Planned Parenthood to be removed from its website.”

Here is the list that planned Parenthood deleted from its page…

A partial list of companies with Corporate Matching Gift Programs includes: AT&T, Alcoa, American Express, Avon Products, Black & Decker, Circuit City, Citibank, Clorox, Coca-Cola, Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, Fidelity Investments, Ford Motor Company, Gannett, James River Corporation, Merck & Company, Microsoft Corporation, Motorola, Phillip Morris, T. Rowe Price, Prudential Insurance, Safeco Corporation, Sun Microsystems, Sunoco, Vanguard Group, Verizon, Washington Post Company, White & Case

If you patronize one of these companies–or work for them–speak up and tell them you don’t appreciate their support of baby murderers.

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