Corporations including Coca-Cola pull sponsorship of Planned Parenthood; Pepsi drops use of aborted fetal cells

Tuesday, August 4, 2015
By Paul Martin

by: Jonathan Benson
Tuesday, August 04, 2015

Planned Parenthood’s corporate sponsors are dropping like flies after the women’s healthcare nonprofit made national headlines for its involvement in an illicit organ trade scheme involving aborted fetal tissue. Coca-Cola, Xerox and Ford have all told Planned Parenthood to remove their names from its website, and other corporations like Pepsi that previously made use of aborted fetal cells in the manufacture of their products have announced that they’re likewise cutting ties.

Since its unfolding, the controversy has prompted Planned Parenthood to completely remove the complete list of donors from its website. But before this happened, some of the group’s biggest contributors were contacted by certain media outlets seeking comment on the ordeal, revealing that few wish to be associated with this baby chop-shop organization since its misgivings were made public.

The Daily Signal reports that representatives from Xerox, Ford Motor Co. and Coca-Cola have all denied that their respective companies are in any way involved in funding Planned Parenthood. Fannie Mae, another listed sponsor, said it doesn’t contribute directly to Planned Parenthood, but that it will match employee gifts.

March of Dimes, another listed Planned Parenthood sponsor, claims it has no “current grants” going to the pro-abortion group, but had this to say on its Facebook page:

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