Bozell: Amazon 'Is Paying to Kill Babies' With Shareholder Money

Amazon is “paying to kill babies…using the money of shareholders to do it,” Media Research Center Founder and President Brent Bozell told Fox News Digital.

The Big Tech giant reportedly told staff that it would cover up to $4,000 in travel expenses if an employee wishes to obtain an abortion, according to Fox News Digital.

“This is nightmare stuff,” said Bozell, who also serves as president of CNSNews, Media Research Center’s parent comany. Bozell recommended that, to achieve equity, Amazon should also pay $4,000 to women who carry their babies to term.

“This company is paying to kill babies. There is no pixie dust, there is no fairy dust that I can sprinkle here,” Bozell said. “They are trying to kill babies and they’re using the money of shareholders to do it.” 

Several other large companies — including Yelp, Citigroup, Tesla, and Levi Strauss — have also pledged to reimburse employees traveling to seek abortions. The Media Research Center president continued:


“We are challenging Amazon or Citibank or anyone participating in this pay-for-murder campaign to list in their annual reports how many women they helped get abortions. How many babies did they kill? Put that on their annual reports.

“I don’t put anything past many of these disgraceful companies that have the spines of amoebas,” Bozell said. “Look, if you own your company, than shame on you, and you’re going to have to answer to a higher authority. But when you don’t, then you are taking money from shareholders. The vast majority of them do not want their money to pay for abortion and using other people’s money to facilitate the taking of human life.”

Conservatives must voice their objections at shareholder meetings and rally behind alternative companies, said the CNSNews president and author of “Stops Along the Way.” 

Rob Shimshock is the commentary editor at He has covered education, culture, media, technology, and politics for a variety of national outlets, hosted the Campus Unmasked YouTube show, and was named to The Washington Examiner’s “30 Under 30” list. Shimshock graduated from the University of Virginia with a Bachelor of Arts in English and Media Studies.


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