Sheryl Sandberg Makes $1 Million Donation To Planned Parenthood As Her Company Censors Conservatives
Facebook’s chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg does not seem to care about the impression, shared by a vast cross-section of the country, that Facebook is a left-wing social engineering tool that seeks to crush all intellectual opposition to the corporate progressive totalitarian agenda. (READ: Sandberg Told Podesta She Wanted Hillary To Win Badly).
Sandberg gave a $1 million donation to the political wing of Planned Parenthood in response to heartbeat bills that prohibit killing unborn babies with heartbeats. The bills are getting signed by Republicans around the country, including by Georgia’s great governor Brian Kemp.
“I think this is a very urgent moment where the rights and the choices and the basic health of the most vulnerable women — the women who have been marginalized, often women of color — are at stake. And so all of us have to do our part to fight these draconian laws,” Sandberg told the Huffington Post.
The conservative group The Libnorants was recently deleted by Facebook altogether, which is an all-too-common occurrence. Facebook routinely censors anyone on its platform who does not adhere to the progressive agenda, which is simultaneously militant on social issues and also on so-called “conspiracy theories” that the corporate media does not want people to know about.
Some Republicans are not going to be intimidated by Big Tech.
The governor of Georgia kept his promise to sign a pro-life bill into law, signaling significant support for the pro-life community.
Gov. Brian Kemp signed the Living Infants Fairness and Equality (LIFE) Act, passed in both chambers of the Georgia Congress, which “will prohibit abortions in the state after a heartbeat is detected, as early as six weeks into a pregnancy,” according to Fox News.
The law is nicknamed “the heartbeat bill” because it bans abortions after a baby’s heart begins to beat. There are exceptions for cases of rape, incest, and if the mother’s life is in danger.
“Georgia is a state that values life,” Kemp reportedly said just before signing the bill. “We stand up for those who are unable to speak for themselves.”
“Before the signing of the bill, State Rep. Ed Setzler pointed to science, law, and the simple fact that common sense says a beating heart is a sign of life and those children should receive the full protection of the law,” according to the report. “State Sen. Renee Unterman, a former nurse who ushered the bill through the state Senate, said she has waited her entire time as a legislator for this moment, calling it the ‘culmination of my political career.’”