Taxpayer-funded abortion giant Planned Parenthood doesn’t forget its friends and supporters in the media. In the summer, the organization hosts the gala Maggie Awards for Media Excellence, presenting awards to journalists who have favored Planned Parenthood with positive coverage.

During the holiday season, Planned Parenthood keeps the love coming with gifts for the media. This year’s present: a bag of emergency chocolate. Sarah Kliff of Vox was kind enough to tweet a photo of the appetizing morning-after treat.

Local concern? That’s right — in 2013, Sarah Kliff was the Washington Post’s health policy reporter who explained that the paper hadn’t covered abortionist Kermit Gosnell’s Philadelphia “house of horrors” because it was a “local crime” story. Keeping that filthy nightmare off the pages certainly put Kliff on Cecile Richards’ “Nice” list.

Mollie Hemingway? Isn’t she the writer who exposed NPR’s “straight up propaganda on behalf” of Planned Parenthood? Naughty list.