CEOs from 180 companies say they want to empower “everyone” in big pro-abortion ad in the New York Times

180 different CEOs have come out against the pro-life laws going up in states around the country with an ad in the New York Times.

The ad obnoxiously suggests that abortion is about equality and ‘healthcare’:

Don’t Ban Equality

It’s time for companies to stand up for reproductive healthcare

Equality in the workplace is one of the most important business issues of our time.

When everyone is empowered to succeed, our companies, our communities and our economy are better for it.

Restricting access to comprehensive reproductive care, including abortion, threatens the health, independence and economic stability of our employees and customers. Simply put, it goes against our values and is bad for business. It impairs our ability to build diverse and inclusive workforce pipelines, recruit top talent across the states, and protect the well-being of all the people who keep our businesses thriving day in and out.

The future of gender equality hangs in the balance, putting our families, communities, businesses and the economy at risk.

We, the undersigned, represent more than 108,000 workers and stand against policies that hinder people’s health, independence and ability to fully succeed in the workplace. Complete list of signers below.



“When everyone is empowered”??? With all this talk about equality and healthcare, the one person that is completely ignored is the most innocent of them all, the unborn child. It’s is a nightmare of the worst kind for those little innocent children who end up suffering at the hands of these anti-science, anti-Christian elites who think they know better. I just don’t know what to say anymore.

The entire list of companies and their CEOs is too long to put here unfortunately. A few highlights, however, include the CEOs from Twitter, Slack, Yelp, H&M, Tinder, Postmates, Ben and Jerry’s and many, many more that you probably aren’t familiar with.

You can view the entire list either in an article by CNN or at the actual website of the wretched ad itself. If you see anyone prominent that I’ve not mentioned in this article, list them in the comment section.

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