Three company giants from completely different industries have made a shocking, yet pleasing, announcement. Coca-Cola, Ford Motor Co. and Xerox stated that they no longer donate to Planned Parenthood.
However, PP has been falsely advertising that the companies do still donate, on their website.
Once brought to the companies’ attention, they have each asked the abortion business to immediately remove their names from the list of corporate donors.
A Coca-Cola representative confirmed to the The Daily Signal that they do not donate to Planned Parenthood as a company, and they also do not match donations given by employees.
“We’ll ask them to correct the information,” the representative said in relation to their name being on the donor website.
Similarly, a Ford representative stated, “We are making sure that Ford Motor Company is not listed as a Planned Parenthood contributor on their website. In addition, we do not offer an employee match for charitable contributions.”
A representative from Xerox, who was also listed as a corporate donor, said “We checked our files for the last 20 years and have no record of Xerox Corp. contributing to Planned Parenthood.”
I wonder how many other companies used to donate to Planned Parenthood in the past, but have since stopped, are still listed as corporate donors.
Planned Parenthood parades around, waving their list of supporters, but their list is not even updated or accurate. Their biggest scare tactic is their giant backing. However, their bluff is crumbling quickly as the truth comes out.
This latest development comes in the wake of two undercover videos that showed Planned Parenthood executives talking about the sale of fetal body parts. Planned Parenthood is facing both federal and state investigations—and the possibility of losing taxpayer funding.
Earlier this week, The Daily Signal used information from 2nd Vote to publish the names of 41 companies listed by Planned Parenthood as contributors. Shortly after the story was published, representatives from Coca-Cola, Ford Motor Co. and Xerox contacted The Daily Signal to say they were erroneously listed and requested that Planned Parenthood take them off its website.
The companies were cited by Planned Parenthood as employers who match charitable contributions. Planned Parenthood is a 501(c)3 nonprofit that is exempt from paying federal income taxes.
By Wednesday afternoon, Planned Parenthood had removed Xerox from its list of companies that match gifts to the organization. By Thursday morning, Planned Parenthood removed every company name listed as a donor.
We are the pro-life generation and it is so rewarding to see every single step taken towards protecting the unborn.