The cosmetics giant Kieh’s is apparently so upset by the Supreme Court’s decision protecting Hobby Lobby from being forced to pay for abortion-causing drugs for its employees that it’s making substantial donation to the Planned Parenthood abortion business.
Kiehl’s is an American cosmetics brand retailer that specializes in making premium skin, hair, and body care products. Now part of the L’Oréal Group, it currently has more than 250 retail stores worldwide.
On the heels of a series of controversial Supreme Court decisions limiting access to birth control, Planned Parenthood of New York City is celebrating its largest cash donation in history from a local business.
Cosmetics giant Kiehl’s has donated $20,000 to Planned Parenthood of New York City, in honor of a soon-to-open Kiehl’s location at 223 Mulberry St., just a few blocks from a Bleecker Street Planned Parenthood clinic.
Verrilli said the donation, which will be exchanged during Thursday’s official store opening where Minter will be present and where one of Minter’s paintings will be on permanent display, is going to be a huge morale boost for the staff.
The Thursday night Kiehl’s store opening will feature actresses from the TV show “Orange is the New Black,” including Selenis Leyva. There will also be tote bags designed by Minter sold to benefit Planned Parenthood of New York City.
The most recent annual report showed Planned Parenthood is merely an abortion business.
The report indicates a high percentage of pregnant women are going to Planned Parenthood get abortions while a handful get prenatal support or adoption referrals. The report shows 149 abortions for every adoption referral Planned Parenthood makes.
One of the most glaring numbers was the steep decline in prenatal services-a 31.97 percent decline from the prior year. In addition, Planned Parenthood’s highly touted cancer screening services dropped 14.22 percent from the 2011 numbers.
The abortion giant now does one-third of all abortions in the United States.