In a Wednesday press release, corporate watchdog 2nd Vote revealed that Macy’s no longer gives or matches donations to Planned Parenthood.
Macy’s decision comes after MRC Culture reported in October on 2nd Vote’s updated list of 37 companies that fund Planned Parenthood.
Thanks to shoppers, that number is now 36.
But it’s unlikely that the liberal media – which boast strong ties to Planned Parenthood and have been instructed to cover for the abortion giant – will publicize Macy’s funding halt. (Unless it’s to attack and pressure the chain to reverse its decision, as they’ve done with others in the past).
The press statement emphasized the timing of Macy’s announcement.
“In the spirit of thankfulness and celebration that comes this time of year, we have a special update that our research team recently made,” the 2nd Vote release began. “Macy’s confirmed with 2nd Vote last week that the company no longer gives and no longer matches donations to Planned Parenthood.”
The release attributed Macy’s decision to pro-life consumers who complained.
“We wanted to share this great news with you because the credit is due to our 2nd Vote members who have engaged these companies for their position on the Life issue,” it continued, “It’s because of your decisions and conversations with these companies that the funnels of corporate dollars to liberal organizations are starting to close.
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