This isn’t new for some companies, but Google sent out a company-wide email on Friday following the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade. Google reminded employees that they could still be reimbursed for out-of-state “medical care” and reminded them that they could apply for relocation to a state that’s more friendly to women’s reproductive rights.
SCOOP: Google is offering relocation to anyone who wants to move to from a state affected by the #RoeVWade decision
— Lydia Moynihan (@LJMoynihan) June 24, 2022
Excellent! As a conservative I couldn’t be more in favor!
— Your Mom (@BeeBeaKC) June 24, 2022
— Just a dude (@scfballguy) June 24, 2022
I am willing to help them pack
— Mandy ✝☕ (@SpringSteps) June 24, 2022
How about the opposite? Pay my expenses to move to a red state
— jackedrabbit (@thazajanator) June 24, 2022
We in Idaho would be glad for a mass remigration of Californians back to their homeland.
— Survivor (@aged_survivor) June 24, 2022
Let's face it, big companies have an incentive for pregnant employees to get abortions.
It's cheaper to pay for an abortion than it is to pay for maternity leave.
So yes ladies, terminate your own young so you can keep making money for Google.
Yay, feminism! https://t.co/qDytSn8YZt
— Lauren Chen (@TheLaurenChen) June 24, 2022
Of course they are. They prefer women have abortions. 1, lower healthcare costs. 2, no loss of productive employee (and spouse) to maternity leave or even worse – the mom decides to leave the workforce to raise their baby full-time.
They are protecting their bottom line.
— Alex (@alexanderjgallo) June 24, 2022
We’d be surprised if their health insurance plan didn’t cover birth control.
But do they limit the amount of abortions in a year? I can see their cost really skyrocketing if someone has 4-5 abortions per year.
— You're watching a movie (@NoWidespread) June 24, 2022
It is common knowledge among company executives that employees who have kids tend to be late to arrive to the office, leave earlier, and when working from home disappear for long stretches of time. For these reasons companies would rather pay for abortion.
— Phil Lau (@MacbookPhil) June 24, 2022
Keep them single, childless, and married to their job until they’re 35.
They’re empowering women
— DK 🌽🇺🇸🐂 (@toottootchoo) June 24, 2022
They can fly pregnant women out of state for the abortion and have them back to work on Monday.
‘This is pathetic’: SecDef Lloyd Austin promises to do all he can to protect US troops from the… SCOTUS abortion ruling https://t.co/7qHPv1BUM4
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) June 24, 2022