"Amazon founder Jeff Bezos has donated $100 million to former President Barack Obama’s pro-abortion and pro-LGBT foundation, which is the largest individual contribution it has received until now.
The Barack Obama Foundation said in a statement that the massive donation will 'help expand the scope of programming that reaches emerging leaders.'
One of the 'rising leaders' supported by the Obama Foundation Scholars program is Nika Kovač. She is a pro-abortion activist from Slovenia who has authored two books defending the pro-abortion position.
Another figure in the scholar program is Juliana Tafur who, according to her organization’s website, seeks to give pro-abortion advocates a voice.
The donation was said to have been given in honor of deceased Democrat congressman John Lewis. John Lewis was a civil rights activist who came of age during the 1960s as figures like Martin Luther King advocated for civil equality for Americans of all races. He was a staunch opponent of anti-black discrimination and yet supported abortion.
More than 20 million black babies have been aborted since the 1973 Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision legalized abortion in the country. Black women have a significantly higher abortion rate than Whites and Hispanics. 33.6% of all abortions in the U.S. in 2016 were performed on black women, even though only about 13.4% of the total population is black.
Obama’s foundation promotes 'Advancing Social Progress and Equality,' which pushes to 'ensure equality for LGBT Americans' as a top priority...
The former president’s foundation pushes the green agenda. Obama appeared at COP26 in Glasgow, Scotland, earlier this month. He met with a group of 'emerging leaders' who voiced their opinions about issues related to climate change and energy...
Climate activists have taken to calling for 'climate lockdowns' that are not dissimilar to the lockdowns that spread worldwide at the beginning of the coronavirus crisis in March 2020.
COVID lockdowns generated record profits for Amazon, while many small businesses had to shut down permanently. Climate lockdowns would restrict travel for many citizens, which could intensify reliance on delivery services, and could ensure another boom for companies like Amazon."
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