A dating app that censors photos of guns “because that promotes death and violence” is fundraising for the abortion giant Planned Parenthood.
On Sunday, Bumble said it would donate money to Planned Parenthood based on couples “matches” that day, according to The Blaze.
“Today, when you swipe, Bumble will donate to Planned Parenthood,” the company tweeted.
Here’s more from the report:
Bumble has donated to Planned Parenthood in the past, giving $1 for every “like” on an Instagram post in 2016 and 10 cents for each match on “Bumble BFF” in January 2017.
So Bumble censors users’ pictures of guns “because that promotes death and violence,” Glenn [Beck] said on today’s show. “But then at the same time, they partner with an organization that kills unborn babies as their main priority.”
Bumble founder and CEO Whitney Wolfe defended her company’s position on abortion last year, IRJ reports.
“There are still a lot of people that unfortunately don’t believe in equality for men and women,” Wolfe said. “What we’ve done is take a stronger stance. We don’t let scare tactics hold us back.”
Bumble is not the first dating site to support the largest abortion business in America. OkCupid pulled a similar stunt last year when it created special images that people could use to display their support of Planned Parenthood.
Planned Parenthood is the largest abortion business in America, aborting approximately 320,000 unborn babies every year. Its most recent annual report showed a record income of $1.46 billion, with about half a billion dollars coming from taxpayers.
In December, the U.S. Department of Justice said it is investigating whether the abortion chain illegally sold aborted baby body parts.