Which Huge Companies Are Calling It Quits With Planned Parenthood?

August 01, 2015Aug 01, 2015

You know things are bad when one former friend claims they never knew the other.  That's what a few corporate giants are doing to Planned Parenthood in the wake of their scandal over allegedly harvesting and selling aborted babies' body parts.

The big businesses withdrawing--or rather clarifying that they never were friendly with Planned Parenthood? Coke, Xerox, and Ford.

According to a recent WND article, "Coca-Cola, Ford Motor Co. and Xerox already have told Planned Parenthood to remove their names from a list of corporate donors.”

Those three companies have been cited by Planned Parenthood as organizations that would match charitable contributions made by their employees.  Planned Parenthood is a nonprofit organization, is tax-exempt, and receives approximately $500 million a year in federal taxpayer monies.

A representative from Coca-Cola said that the company does not contribute to Planned Parenthood and does not match employee contributions to the organization.  When Coke was told that their company name appeared as a donor on Planned Parenthood’s website, they responded saying, “We’ll ask them to correct the information”.

If you're wondering why the Obama Administration and other Democrats have chosen not to investigate Planned Parenthood and instead investigate the makers of the sting video, the Center for Medical Progress, you'll be enlightened when you hear that Hillary Clinton and President Obama are among the top recipients of Planned Parenthood contributions, according to this article on influenceexplorer.com

As the saying goes, "Don't bite the hand that feeds you."