Billionaire Warren Buffett quietly pushing abortions

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By Lynn Woolley

He seems like a grandfatherly type who dispenses financial advice on TV, and laments that he doesn’t think his taxes are high enough. But Warren Buffett is no grandfather to thousands of unborn children that he’s indirectly responsible for killing. A report from FOX News reveals that Buffett has donated $1.2 billion to abortion groups from 2001 to 2012.

Warren Buffett (Photo:

Warren Buffett (Photo:

The story is by Dan Gainor, Vice President for Business and Culture at the Media Research Center. Gainor laments the fact that his story will be the only one carried by the major networks. ABC, CBS, and NBC have mentioned this little factoid about Buffet just once – on an NBC Nightly News segment about the death of Buffett’s first wife who was a big abortion advocate. The obituary included her support for Planned Parenthood.

The story explains that Buffett’s donations amount to the cost of roughly 2.7 million first-trimester abortions – more than twice the number of abortions that take place in the United States each year. Gainor compares Buffett to abortionist Dr. Kermit Gosnell –who did make the news, but the media covered his trial kicking and screaming. Gosnell was convicted of first-degree murder in the deaths of 3 babies who were delivered and then killed with scissors.

Gosnell killed with a blade; Buffett kills with a bank account.

Let’s relate this to the National Basketball Association and the National Football League, both having to deal with situations involving political correctness. In the NBA, Clippers owner Donald Sterling made disgusting comments about black people in his own home, not knowing he was being recorded. He is being pushed out of the league. In the NFL, homosexual Michael Sams was drafted at the 13th hour and kissed his boyfriend on TV. A Dolphins player tweeted “OMG” and was sent off to a sensitivity readjustment camp.

Most people oppose racism – but most also respect property rights and the sanctity of one’s own home. Still, Donald Sterling is under fire. In the football case, macho players are no longer allowed to openly express disgust at male-on-male make-out sessions carried live by the despicable ESPN.

Racism is bad (and we agree); homosexuality is good (and we don’t agree) – but in these cases, liberal sensibilities must not be offended. But what about abortion? What about Warren Buffett? After all, abortion stops a beating heart. So boycott him.

Good luck with that. He is the world’s third-richest man. He is in every aspect of your life. His giant company Berkshire Hathaway owns and operates companies that you can’t avoid. This Buffett-controlled company wholly owns GEICO, BNSF, Lubrizol, Dairy Queen, Fruit of the Loom, Helzberg Diamonds, FlightSafety International, and NetJets, owns half of Heinz and an undisclosed percentage of Mars, Incorporated, and has significant minority holdings in American Express, The Coca-Cola Company, Wells Fargo, and IBM. In Temple, Texas, it owns McLane Company, a giant grocery distribution outfit. And Buffett owns newspapers including the Waco Tribune Herald and the Bryan-College Station Eagle.

So trying to avoid the Geico Gecko and everything else that Buffett uses to amass money would be futile. The best we, as conservatives, can do is to expose him for his complicity in the deaths of thousands of unborn children and every network and website we can muster, while remembering that virtually ALL the mainstream media and many other millionaires are also pro-abortion. In Waco, the late insurance mogul Bernard Rapoport also supported abortion, even though his Wikipedia entry avoided mentioning it by name:

“Mr. Rapoport was named by Fortune magazine as one of America’s “40 most generous philanthropists,” unstinting in his support for education, social justice, and liberal political causes. He has been praised by political and social dignitaries such as Chet Edwards, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, Senator Hillary Clinton, President Bill Clinton, and Senators Tom Daschle and Ted Kennedy. He also provided substantial support to The Texas Observer, the leading progressive/populist political magazine in the state.”

Millionaires and billionaires like Rapoport and Buffett cannot be avoided. They are simply too wealthy and their companies are too entrenched into our daily lives. They simply must be exposed for what they are.

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