Abortion is Impacting Business

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Abortion is Impacting Business

Bradley Mattes   |   April 17, 2018

Toys R Us filed for bankruptcy and is closing all its stores.  While acknowledging the competition, they also said, “Most of our customers are newborn and children and…In current years many countries’ birthrates have dropped or stagnated as their population ages.”  They’re right.  The U.S. fertility rate is at an all-time low, and it’s amazing over the last decade how closely the decline of births tracks with the decline in Toys R Us revenue.  This should be a red flag to companies making baby products like Johnson & Johnson and Proctor & Gamble, the makers of Pampers.  Abortion is part of this.  Companies that fund Planned Parenthood like Levi Strauss, Nike and Starbucks are supporting abortion which shrinks their customer base.  And that’s bad for business.

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