Here are the corporations to target over the Texas anti-abortion law

Wealthy sociopath, Elon Musk, says he would prefer to stay out of politics. What he really means is he would very much like to not take a stand against the reproductive enslavement of women because it might piss off some of his buddies. A few companies located in Texas are ExxonMobil, AT&T and USAA, among other giants of industry.

Until these Texas companies take a stand for women’s reproductive health, their silence says they would prefer to stay out of politics also. Even if their female employees must relocate in order to have healthcare, they so far have chosen to not take a stand. This is unacceptable. Please call any and all Texas companies and tell them you will not do business with an entity that does not take a stand over a law that would force a 12-year-old rape or incest victim to go through with a full term pregnancy.

The abortion bounty law in Texas is unviable. But now would also be a good time to ask your state government to set up a $10,000 bounty hotline in order to report unregistered gun owners. Ask them also to change the date of child support to begin at the sixth week of the embryo’s existence. Right, there should be billions in child support that can be pumped into the economy.


Again, this law is bullsh*t. It can’t work and everyone from Speaker Pelosi on down will be wrangling with its nullification. But be on guard. The elections of 2022 are just around the corner, and we cannot afford to lose one Democratic vote. The crazies have taken over the Republican Party and now more than ever, elections matter, if only to ensure a 12-year-old girl’s right to control her own body.

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