The internet Goliath Google is showing its pro-abortion bias again.
On Thursday, it sponsored an event honoring Cecile Richards, the highly paid CEO of the Planned Parenthood abortion business.
“The Community Change Champion Awards were created to … recognize the people and organizations whose work is making progress toward social justice a reality,” the event organizers said.
Richards, whose abortion chain kills more unborn babies a year than any other in America, received the “Champion in Community Activism” award, while pro-abortion mega-donor Tom Steyer received the “Champion in Philanthropic Leadership” award.
Steyer has been the single largest donor to the Democratic Party in recent years. As Democrats debate whether their party has become too extreme on abortion, in August, Steyer announced that he will give money only to pro-abortion candidates.
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The organization said it chose Richards and the other awardees because their work “often goes unheralded.”
But in reality, Richards’ name and face have been splashed across dozens of liberal news outlets, entertainment and women’s magazines, blogs and more in the past year – all flattering portrayals of the nearly $1 million-a-year abortion CEO, comparing her to superheros and American apple pie.
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In all the media reports, there were very few, if any, mentions of the scandal after scandal that Planned Parenthood has been caught in: from its baby body parts trade to Medicaid fraud to its willingness to cover up sex trafficking and the sexual abuse of minors.
Then there are the more than 300,000 abortions a year that the abortion chain performs on unborn babies and their mothers. All the while, Planned Parenthood receives approximately half a billion of our tax dollars annually.
Richards and her fellow abortion activists try to claim Planned Parenthood is an essential health care provider, but it cares more about aborting unborn babies than providing actual health care to women. In March, it refused to give up its abortion work and focus on providing true health care to low-income women. President Donald Trump offered to support an increase in taxpayer funding to Planned Parenthood if it stopped doing abortions, but Richards refused.
At the time, Richards called the offer “obscene and insulting,” making it very clear that abortions – not women’s health care – are what are really important to Planned Parenthood.
The abortion chain even throws pizza parties to reward employees who exceed their abortion quotas, and in 2013, it gave one of its Colorado clinics an award for “for exceeding abortion visits.”
And this is what media giant Google is supporting with its money.