The celebrity-owned diaper company, Hello Bello, announced that they will help to "cover costs and provide paid time off for those who need access to reproductive health care."
At least they're smart enough to use a euphemism rather than say what we all know they mean - which is that they'll pay their employees to travel out of state to get an abortion.
"Parenthood journeys." Let that sink in! It's not about the unique life of a human child with rights equal to their parents, but about the "journey" in deciding which of your kids you let live!
More from the announcement:
At Hello Bello, our mission is "Premium for All" — supporting parents by eliminating the choice between what's best for your family and what's best for their budget. The overturn of Roe v Wade will not make abortions disappear; it means only people with the economic means will have access to them. Premium reproductive healthcare should be accessible to ALL. And that's what this is all about – reproductive health care – and we believe decisions in that regard should be between individuals and their health care providers.
That being said, the most immediate and direct action that we are taking is to support our employees. We will continue to help cover costs and provide paid time off for those who need access to reproductive health care.
We know this is a sensitive issue that people feel very passionate about and some of you may not agree with our decision. To be clear, we are not in favor of someone having a specific medical procedure. We are in favor of keeping the government out of those decisions.
The diaper company, which has a partnership with Walmart, was started by actors Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard. It's no surprise that these big-name Hollywood types are pro-choice, but you would think the fact that they literally sell baby products would give them pause when it comes to the issue of abortion. But nope, apparently not for Hello Bello.
The company's mission statement includes the lines:
"We believe in premium for all because every baby deserves the best."
"Oh, well, every baby except the ones we're forking over cash to have killed, not those babies."
They're literally killing off their future business. Or maybe Hello Bello realizes that the more children a family has, the less likely they are to buy bougie diapers.
Whatever the sinister motives may be, the irony of a diaper company giving their employees money so that they can have their children killed in the womb is more than a little sickening.
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