Big Business Is Funding Americans’ Killing of Their Kids — and Then Replacing Them With Aliens


Dick’s Sporting Goods will pay up to $4,000 toward the “travel expenses” of any employee who “needs” to go out of state to get an abortion. This company isn’t alone, either. More than 25 big businesses crafted such policies in the run-up to the June 24 Dobbs decision overturning Roe v. Wade.

Meanwhile, corporate America is encouraging wide-scale immigration and using work visas to replace Americans with foreigners. And some say this is no coincidence.

Also their bows will dash the young men to pieces, And they will have no pity on the fruit of the womb; Their eye will not spare children.” Isaiah 13:18

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Dick’s $4,000 “death benefit” (or killing benefit) will also cover the travel of one “support person,” for “employees who live in states with abortion restrictions, so they ‘can…choose what is best for them,’ CEO Lauren Hobart said in a LinkedIn post,” reports

Other companies adopting this policy include “Starbucks, Tesla, Yelp, Airbnb, Microsoft, Netflix, Patagonia, DoorDash, JPMorgan Chase, Levi Strauss, PayPal, Amazon…Reddit…Walt Disney Company, Meta…and Condé Nast,” The New York Times informs. Though “most of them avoided making public statements directly referencing the [Dobbs] ruling,” the paper also reported, “Levi Strauss called on business leaders to take a stand against the ruling.”

“’Protection of reproductive rights is a critical business issue impacting our work force, our economy and progress toward gender and racial equity,’ the company said,” the Times continued. “’Given what is at stake, business leaders need to make their voices heard.’”

Yes, if women are home tending to babies, they won’t be busy little corporate-hive-ensconced worker bees. But if fertility craters, whence will come, you may ask, america’s future workers? Corporate America has that covered. As Breitbart reported in July 2021:

On Thursday, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce held a virtual conference pushing to import more foreign workers to the U.S. to fill American jobs.

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