Bloomberg pushes gun control to save lives. Given award by Planned Parenthood in 2014 after donating $50 million.


Hey, when you’ve got $68 billion to throw around, you’ve got to send it somewhere.

In 2014, former New York mayor and current Democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg received Planned Parenthood’s Global Citizen Award at the abortion mill’s annual gala.

“I obviously care about a woman’s right to choose,” Bloomberg said when receiving the award. I think a woman shouldn’t be forced into doing anything. She’s got to make the decision IT’s her body and I understand that.”

In his acceptance speech, Bloomberg said that his foundation would invest “$50 million into a major expansion of our efforts in Tanzania” and into “Uganda, Senegal, Burkina Faso and Nicaragua,” in order to partner with Planned Parenthood to overturn pro-life laws.

Bloomberg said he was “happy to say our major partner in this new effort will be Planned Parenthood Global.”

Bloomberg continued, “In some countries, our funding will help advocates work towards better sexual health policies for teens and better access to contraceptives.”

“In others, it will help push for less restrictive abortion laws and more government funding for high quality accessible services,” Bloomberg continued.

Bloomberg said that his funding was needed to counter pro-life advocates.

“That’s necessary because—there are plenty of outside interest groups funding the other side of these issues and we cannot let them go unanswered,” he said.

“This is a fight for the right to women to control their own destinies and let me tell you we are in it to help them win it, and we’re going to stay in it and we’re going to stay in it until they do.”

One has to wonder with as much money as Bloomberg has, and as much money as he is blowing on what is likely to be a failed presidential bid, wouldn’t his money serve better purposes if he used it to fight homelessness or hunger, instead of throwing $50 million to promote abortion overseas? Just asking.

Bloomberg also added that he would work with the United Nations to help ‘address emergencies like a sudden shortage of medical supplies” that could create obstacles for abortions and the delivery of “gender health,” whatever that is.

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Bloomberg also seemed to have an issue with making sure that abortion mills operate in a safe manner, railing against state laws that require abortion clinics to have the same safety standards as other outpatient surgery facilities.

“We can’t allow our country to take these steps backwards,” Bloomberg said. “The fight for women’s rights is a long way from over and it’s a fight that is fundamental to the principles of freedom and equality that define America and underpin human rights.”

Some of Bloomy’s Democrat rivals are not buying it.

Last week during the Democratic debate in Las Vegas, Lizzy Warren lambasted him, saying that he had referred to women as “fat broads” and “horse-faced lesbians.”  

Warren suggested that Bloomberg should leave the race, insinuating that it was safe to assume that he had “repeatedly engaged in harassment, engaged in discrimination.”

Warren isn’t the only female that has a problem with Bloomberg. Former New York candidate for governor Cynthia Nixon, in a column for NBC news urged fellow Democrats to shun Bloomberg as a so-called “unity” candidate. Nixon made the comments in the column in which she explained her endorsement of Bernie Sanders.

“We are not unified when we tell women to accept a candidate whose misogynistic comments rival those of his fellow billionaire currently in the White House,” she said.

While Bloomberg, obviously for political expedience, tries to come across as some kind of women’s rights advocate, his history says otherwise. When he was mayor of New York, in addition to being the soda size “Nazi” he also wanted to be the baby formula “Czar.”

His “Latch ON” initiative would have banned baby formula in essence forcing new mothers to breast feed their babies. Can you imagine this power-hungry bureaucrat as president?

In 1997, a lawsuit was filed against Bloomberg and his company which alleged that he told a female employee who disclosed her pregnancy to him that she should “kill it” in order to protect her career at his firm.

Back to Bloomberg’s baby-killing advocacy, when he accepted Planned Parenthood’s award, he said he was “glad to stand with…Planned Parenthood’s outstanding president, Cecile Richards, and with philanthropists like my friends, Bill and Melinda Gates,” other pro-abortion advocates who have invested in greater abortion access abroad. They also financed the nightmare Common Core Standards, the bane of parents everywhere.

Bloomberg has shown outward contempt for the pro-life community and the message they deliver.

In 2011, LifeSIteNews noted that when Bloomberg was mayor of New York, he signed a crisis pregnancy center “gag order” into law, stating:

The law, similar to one in Maryland recently deemed unconstitutional by a federal judge, forces pro-life pregnancy centers to prominently display whether they perform abortion sin both English and Spanish at their entrances, as well as on all promotional material.

Any pregnancy center in violation of the rule would be liable for up to a $1000 fine for a first offense, and up to $2,500 for subsequent offenses, as well as up to six months imprisonment.

Never one to walk away from his abortion obsession, Bloomberg endorsed Barack Obama’s re-election in 2012, citing protection of his daughters’ access to abortion as a reason.

“When I step into the voting booth, I think about the world I want to leave my two daughters, and the values that are required to guide us there,” he wrote in a column at Bloomberg, his news service.

“The two parties’ nominees for president offer different visions of where they want to lead America,” he said at the time. “One believes a woman’s right to choose should be protected for future generations; one does not. That difference, given the likelihood of Supreme Court vacancies, weighs heavily on my decision.”

On the same night Bloomberg received his award from the abortion rights organization, then House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, now Speaker received the Margaret Sanger Award, its highest honor.

Bloomberg, in his acceptance address congratulated Pelosi, stating:

“Nancy you should know, has been a real champion for women’s rights and a great friend to New York City.”

He forgot to add, a tremendous advocate for killing children in the womb, just like him.

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