Don’t like the inhuman activities that Planned Parenthood has been engaging in? Then Bleb Bush is not your guy:
Until the eve of his presidential campaign, Jeb Bush was director of a philanthropy that gave tens of millions of dollars to Planned Parenthood and financed its advocacy of “unrestricted access to abortion” around the world. The charity also approved money to global abortion providers while he sat on its board.
In 2010, Jeb was named one of the founding directors of the Bloomberg Family Foundation, established as a tax-exempt foundation to advance the vision of former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg. He resigned from the board at the end of 2014 to prepare his presidential campaign.
While a Bush spokesman has responded to concerns by saying that Bush would not have voted on every initiative of the foundation, a pro-life leader told LifeSiteNews it “stretches credibility” that Bush was unaware of the foundation’s pro-abortion work, given the centrality of such work to the foundation’s mission, and its scope.
The vision of Michael Bloomberg is not a pretty one. He is a leftist who distinguished himself as NYC mayor by pushing his totalitarian impulses to the point of self-parody with authoritarian jihads against cigarettes, salt, firearms, trans fats, soda, soup, food donations, baby formula, escalators, earbuds, Styrofoam, sparklers, and even soda drinking in Mexico. A specific vision that he shares with Bleb is the nationwide imposition of Common Core. He reached office by temporarily calling himself a Republican, highlighting the danger of electing RINOs.
Bloomberg has described abortion as a “fundamental human right,” elevating it to a make-or-break position. “On this issue, you’re either with us or against us.” He once cited abortion among his reasons for endorsing Barack Obama in 2012.
Despite their differences on abortion policy, the billionaire has had no reservations supporting Jeb Bush’s candidacy – even before there was one.
Last spring, he called Jeb and Hillary Clinton “two quality” candidates and “the only two who know how to make the trains run.”
At least Bloomberg knows his history:
Say what you like about Mussolini, he made the trains run on time. That was the famous last excuse for Fascism, conveying the idea that while dictatorship might not be very nice, at least it got things done.
Mussolini didn’t really make the trains run on time; that was a myth. Under rule by Shrillary, we will be lucky if trains run at all. Bleb is a member of the same club.
On a tip from Rob E.