180 CEOs to Red States: Abortion Laws “Bad for Business”

180 CEOs to Red States: Abortion Laws “Bad for Business”

180 CEOs to Red States: Abortion Laws “Bad for Business”

Following the lead of authoritarians like Twitter and YouTube, who’ve been on a tear as of late, banning and demonetizing anyone and anything of which they take offense—ironically including Nazi history—180 CEOs are warning red states that their abortion laws are “bad for business.”

Their open letter reads:

When everyone is empowered to succeed, our companies, our communities and our economy are better for it.

Restricting access to comprehensive reproductive care, including abortion, threatens the health, independence and economic stability of our employees and customers. Simply put, it goes against our values and is bad for business. It impairs our ability to build diverse and inclusive workforce pipelines, recruit top talent across the states, and protect the well-being of all the people who keep our businesses thriving day in and out.

The future of gender equality hangs in the balance, putting our families, communities, businesses and the economy at risk.

We, the undersigned, represent more than 108,000 workers and stand against policies that hinder people’s health, independence and ability to fully succeed in the workplace. Complete list of signers below.”

You can review the entire list of signers here.

And here’s what their fear-mongering gobbledygook is really saying:

When they say restrictive abortion laws threaten the economic stability of their employees and customers, what they really mean is babies are a hindrance, and thus their existence negatively affects the productive value of their worker bees. You know, those mindless drones who must give their all to The Company sans any strings like expendable, parasitic children. And if you don’t agree, we’ll boycott you into submission, you fascist.

When they say restrictive abortion laws are “bad for business,” and that “when everyone is empowered to succeed, our companies, our communities, and our economy are better for it,” what they really mean is that state-wide boycotts, hand-in-hand with Hollywood, the liberal media, and the DNC, will be launched against any state who dares move to protect the lives of the pre-born, and that economic terrorism is the punishment for anyone who dares stand up to their corporate betters. Exhibit A:

Netflix and other major media companies, including Walt Disney Co., NBCUniversal, Sony Pictures and CBS and Showtime, have said they are reconsidering their hundreds of millions of dollars in investments in states where so-called heartbeat bills have either been passed or are already in effect.”

Is there anything more twisted and monstrous than men—and companies who produce children’s entertainment—demanding the killing of defenseless babies to protect their profit margins? I think not.

And when they say that restrictive abortion laws go against their values, what they really mean is all Americans, all women, must, and should be, ideologically homogeneous, in lockstep with their corporate masters, antithetical to what true feminism is, which includes freedom of thought, free from harassment. I wonder: Did they bother conversing with their female employees before they published this tripe? Did they research the psychological affects abortion has on women…and on doctors ? Oops, there I go diverging from their prescribed list of acceptable thought…

***WARNING: ABORTION PROCEDURE DIAGRAMS!***

The fact is, science has progressed so extensively that the very people who scream “Science denier!” with regard to anyone who questions their climate change cult, can no longer deny that babies have their own distinct DNA; that is, they are separate and unique human beings, not a “woman’s body.” So while the left, including a large swathe of corporate America, continues to demagogue the issue, conflating abortion with women’s healthcare, stories about preemies surviving earlier and earlier outside a mother’s womb are becoming more commonplace, defeating the argument that a pre-born child is just “a clump of cells” as so many have been brainwashed into believing.

Which likely explains the five-alarm meltdown pro-abortionists are having in response to the abortion laws a handful of red states have passed. Mind you, the newly-minted laws are a response to leftist extremism like this:

And this:

Tears.

The abortion crowd knows that science supports the pro-life argument; they know that what they’re advocating for is the continued violent, and excruciating, taking of human life; and they know that the majority of the country doesn’t support their extreme position on abortion. And the CEOs? Well, they understand that should more and more of their employees come to the same fact and science-based conclusion as most of America—if you haven’t seen Unplanned, invite a pro-choice friend to a screening—that, yes, it may just affect their financial bottom lines. Thus they scream and yell and stomp their stompy feet in an effort to obscure the facts, the reality of which is their grotesque economic justification for the snuffing out of countless human lives.

So here’s an idea: corporate fascists want pro-lifers bullied into submission, just as they do with those who understand that the Second Amendment is unassailable. So perhaps it’s time to give them a taste of their own medicine: let’s vote with our feet and our pocketbooks and walk away from any company who doesn’t respect states’ rights and, most importantly, the right to life of the pre-born. And while we’re at it, let’s remind them that the freedom to bear arms is actually listed in our constitution as a fundamental right, unlike their cult of infanticide. And let’s reward companies like Wendy’s, who encourage and financially support adoption, and companies like Black Rifle Coffee Company, who support the right to self-defense and refuse to bow to the left’s ideological jackboots. Until we do, the list of corporate bullies will continue growing, our rights will continue to diminish, and innocent babies will continue being sacrificed for the good of corporate America’s bank accounts. And that’s not a world anyone should want to live in.

 

Feature Image Credit: Pixabay. Licensed free for commercial use. Image Cropped.

Written by

12 Comments
  • GWB says:

    threatens the health, independence and economic stability of our employees and customers
    Ummm, no, it doesn’t. That’s just flat out a lie.

    We, the undersigned, represent more than 108,000 workers
    Again, no. You represent the companies, not the workers.

    Is there anything more twisted and monstrous stupider than men—and companies who produce children’s entertainment—demanding the killing of defenseless babies their future customers to protect their profit margins?
    Another way to look at it. They’ve decided ideology is “good business”, while actual business is bad for business.

    Honestly? I think they’re primarily afraid that they’ve built a house of cards and it will all come crashing down if someone makes enough of a stink to actually boycott them. A lot of those companies’ values are tied up in stock market valuations, and those are very vulnerable to social media/MSM manipulation. And they’ve got to protect their phony-baloney jobs after all. *harumph harumph* So, they’re signaling to the jackals, “Hey, don’t eat us! We’re strong and woke and those weaker companies we just cut out of the herd are the ones you should be eating.”

    (Mind you, yes, the other problem is that the rich don’t suffer any real consequences for stupidity/foolishness. And so they grow enamored of it. They promote perversity because they can feel good about it, and totally ignore how it destroys those who can’t buy off the consequences.)

    • Jodi Giddings says:

      Excellent points, GWB. I think it’s time to let them know who has the power. They don’t exist without us.

    • KenPF says:

      “When everyone is empowered to succeed, our companies, our communities and our economy are better for it.” When they say “everyone” they don’t mean the children killed in abortion who are not empowered at all.

      “We, the undersigned, represent more than 108,000 workers.” They don’t “represent” anyone except themselves; their workers didn’t sign on for pro-abortion ads when they came to work.

      As for the economy. Abortion has already killed off 20% of the American population. That’s 20% fewer customers for the companies of these CEOs.

  • Skillyboo says:

    Perversity pays as the standards of decency declines. The will of the people has been usurped by the will of the elite since they now control the narrative. If we do not get more vocal and reverse this then it is only a matter of time that morality and societal structure collapse.

  • John M says:

    I think this piece would be more successful if it avoided unnecessarily exaggerated or hyperbolic language. Reconsider using expressions like ‘fear-mongering gobbledygook’ , ‘mindless drones,’ ‘fascists’ or ‘the left’s ideological jackboots’. This language comes off as overly emotional, and will likely turn off everybody except those who already agree with you. And there is no disadvantage to lowering the temperature: if your reasons have merit, they’ll still have merit when presented in cooler, collected language. Plus, you may end up actually changing somebody’s mind.

  • a bee ee? says:

    Thanks much for that headsup about Black Rifle Coffee. I had lunch last week at a sandwich shop that serves it and had some, not knowing anything about them. Now I have a reason to go back.

    As for the “woke” firms on the list, I’ve heard of very few of them so it wouldn’t be hard to avoid doing business with them. However, of particular note was Portland General Electric on that list. Since they operate exclusively in their small corner of Oregon, a state which is hardly likely to advance any pro-life initiatives, their threat seems empty to me. What do they plan to do–make customers pass a political litmus test in order to get electric service?

    Oh wait . . .

  • Scott says:

    Jodi,

    Good call on Black Rifle Coffee, It’s a bit spendy, so it’s not my everyday brew, but it’s damn good stuff. They have a recurring order program that can save you some money, and you can pick your interval and brew..

  • David Byler says:

    welcome to China. We see how that worked out for them.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Subscribe
Become a Victory Girl!

Are you interested in writing for Victory Girls? If you’d like to blog about politics and current events from a conservative POV, send us a writing sample here.
Ava Gardner
gisonboat
rovin_readhead
Instagram