WARREN BUFFET HAS DONATED $1.2B TO ABΟRTION ORGS, THE MEDIA REFUSES TO REPORT
According to the U.S.-based media watchdog, Media Research Center (MRC), the media is hiding things from public view when it comes to issues that the country’s most prominent leaders and businessmen support, but go overboard reporting on things that don’t really matter that much at all.
MRC goes on to say that one subject that is normally kept under wraps from the attention of the public is abοrtions. They added that while the media reported the outcome of the murder case of Dr. Kermit Gosnell, most of the details of his disgusting abοrtion practice were omitted.
Another point in case, according to the watchdog, is that of the business magnate, investor and philanthropist, Warren Buffet.
The watchdog goes on to say that Buffet is well represented in the media for his charitable work with his organization, “The Susan Thompson Buffet Foundation,” but there is hardly any mention in the media that he has donated over $1.2 billion to the abortion industry in the last 13 years.
Buffet’s charitable foundation is also headed by Tracy Weitz, Ph.D., MPA, who is a staunch supporter of abοrtion rights, and this fact is never mentioned in the media, according to MRC.
The 83-year-old philanthropist, who is considered by some to be the most successful investor of the 20th century, has always managed to keep his involvement with pro-abοrtion organizations like Planned Parenthood legal, according to MRC. The watchdog added this is one of the reasons why his involvement in the baby-killing industry has been largely kept quiet — well, that and the media’s bias in support of abοrtion rights.
According to the watchdog, even when Live Action embarrassed Planned Parenthood at least twice when they caught them willing to help in illegal abοrtion activities on hidden camera, the media never mentioned Buffet. MRC continued that while the media purported to report the actions of the pro-choice organization, they never mentioned that Buffet was one of Planned Parenthood’s largest donors and that he has given them about $290 million since 2001.
Buffet is well respected in the media for his advice on anything to do with investment and business, but his other dark side is never reported, according to MRC. They add that the media did, however, jump all over Brendan Eich, CEO of Mozilla, when he donated $1,000 to support California’s Proposition Eight, defining marriage as being between one man and one woman only.