Elon Musk’s government-subsidized car company, Tesla, will pay for workers to travel out of state to get abortions.
Tesla made the announcement as Roe v. Wade is expected to be repealed, and Texas is one of the states expected to implement substantial abortion restrictions with the abortion issue being kicked back to the states. The company frames the policy as giving “travel and lodging support for those who may need to seek healthcare services that are unavailable in their home state.”
Texas state Rep. Briscoe Cain, a Republican from Deer Park, has introduced a bill at the state level that would prevent local government entities from doing businesses with companies subsidizing abortions, such as Tesla. Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) has introduced legislation at the federal level that would remove tax deductions for such expenses.
Musk, who serves as CEO for Tesla, has not given a comment on the policy, but he did tweet in September that “government should rarely impose its will upon the people, and, when doing so, should aspire to maximize their cumulative happiness,” adding that he “would prefer to stay out of politics.”
Tesla recently moved their headquarters from Silicon Valley to Texas and are apparently importing California values into the Lone Star State.
Big League Politics has reported on how other tech corporations are enacting similar policies to fund abortions so female workers can get around the law and kill their babies in the womb:
“The tech giant Amazon is offering up to $4,000 for workers to get abortions so they can murder their babies and get back to serving the corporate giant and bolstering their massive profit-margins.
Amazon is offering as much as $4,000 to its workers to travel out of state to get an abortion as a way to undermine the rule of law. They are anticipating the Supreme Court’s potential decision to invalidate Roe v. Wade, which may come as soon as June.
Additionally, Yelp and Citigroup have offered reimbursements in response to states that have enacted policies restricting abortion. Citigroup even explicitly stated that their policy was enacted “in response to changes in reproductive healthcare laws in certain states.”
These moves by corporate giants show how Big Capital is subsidizing the culture of death, as they understand that strong and healthy families ultimately undermine their hegemony. These soulless conglomerates would rather for their employees to be empty, self-absorbed atomized units than actualized individuals with a higher purpose other than receiving their paychecks and consuming…
Source: Big League Politics