So lets see, we now discover that Jeb Bush was one of the directors of a charity that gave tens of millions of dollars to Planned Parenthood, LifeSiteNews first reported. Named a founding director to the tax-exempt Bloomberg Family foundation in 2010, Bush sat on the board until the end of 2014 when he began to prepare for his presidential run.
Bloomberg Philanthropies announced in March of 2014, while Bush was still on the board, that it was giving $50 million to strengthen “reproductive health rights in Burkina Faso, Nicaragua, Senegal, Tanzania, and Uganda.” Notice they’re all black nations. Looks like Margaret Sanger, is still trying to destroy the black race.
According to a Bloomberg Family Foundation statement, the philanthropy teamed up with PP to send abortion activists into these countries to “help augment their capacity for effective advocacy.”
“In 2014, we started supporting local nonprofit org. in these counties to advocate for better policies in their countries that will expand access to
comprehensive reproductive health services,” abortions,” said the foundation. “These organizations will receive technical assistance from PP Federation of america – Global Division to help augment their capacity for effective advocacy.” In other words they’ll show them how to pull limbs apart and crush heads.
A Jeb Bush spokesman only told Life Site News that Bush would not have voted on all the foundation’s initiatives. Oh Really? If you’re on a board that supports Planned Abortions, why wouldn’t you vote for it? Isn’t that what you’re there for? Oh, I get it, if their black, that’s alright. But he would be very concerned if those being aborted where Hispanics.
Speaking of Hillary, did you hear about her trip to NYC. Yes, that ‘s right, she snuck into Bergdorf Goodman’s, via the back door, up a flight of stairs to avoid the common people and sat down in the chair so John Barrett could give her a standard cut and blow dry, for $600. If she had color added (bet she did) it would have cost her another six hundred. She’s so into the little people.
According to the latest Census Bureau data, the median household income between 09 an 13, was $53,046. That means the average family earns about $4,420.50 monthly and $1, 105.24 per week-nearly $100 less than the cost of the hairdo. Sort of reminds us of the Time Bill shut down an airport for an hour so he could get a hair cut. Say, I wonder what Trump pays to get his cut? Whatever it is, he should sue the barber.
And finally tonight, lets talk about lions. Now I love wild animals as much as the next guy. One of the first places my future husband and I took my two year old son was to the zoo. When in Europe we went to the Wildlife Park in England where a lion actually backed up and wet on our car. Thank God the window was up. Took the paint right off. So I know about the laws of the jungle.
So what am I talking about? Well, I’m talking about Cecil the Lion. Now supposedly everyone knew about Cecil. Good Morning America co-anchor Lara Spencer highlighted the “very disturbing story” with” international outrage” before turning to ABC correspondent David Wright “for the full story on the lion-shooting by an American. “There are no words,” Spencer added at the end of the segment. Again, we’re talking about a lion here. And so it went from one network to the next. They all agreed that “the more you hear about it the more upsetting it is.”
Jimmy Kimmel, broke down and cried on his show, (must be a Boehner relative) saying “I’m honestly curious to know why a human being would feel compelled to do that?”
Well Jimmy, people do much worse and you don’t even cover it. They take babies, real, live, human babies, and crush their heads and pull them limb from limb. These little people have no say in the matter. They’re ripped from the safety of their mothers womb and sold to the highest bidder under the disgusting lie that they were going to be aborted anyway, so why not take advantage and use them to help cure those who made it out of the womb in one piece.
I guess that’s just not that important to those who made it out alive. They have nothing to worry about. Their mothers wanted them. The bigger question here is how could any woman who is given one of the most important jobs in the universe, the ability to bring new life into the world, in the words of Jimmy Kimmel, “feel compelled to do that?”