By The Daily Wire. Many fine men and women worked for Toys R Us and it is truly unfortunate that they will have to lose their jobs as a result of the famed toy chain closing up shop . . .
That being said, Toys R Us deserves this humiliating end, which began when they filed for bankruptcy last fall just so they could borrow money to buy toys to sell for Christmas. I shed not one tear for them, and neither should you: For the past decade, the organization has joined the ranks alongside Target, Starbucks, and every megastore chain in the conquest of progressive social engineering.
You may recall that as the “gender fluidity” debate entered the national conversation back in 2015, Toys R Us announced that it would no longer be categorizing their U.K. online stores according to “boys” and “girls” toys. They also began implementing the same policies in several U.K. retail stores as well as one of their superstores in Stockholm, Sweden. Though the chain did not implement the policy nationwide in the U.S., pressure from groups like “Let Toys Be Toys” coupled with the ongoing trend of degendering everything would have surely overtaken the store in less than a decade.
But that’s not the worst of the toy chain’s hypocrisy. In fact, Toys R Us has contributed to its own demise by funding the very organization designed to eliminate their future customers: abortion conglomerate Planned Parenthood. (Read more from “Toys R Us Deserves This Humiliating End – Here’s Why” HERE)
Did Toys R Us Hasten Its Own Demise by Donating to Planned Parenthood?
By Life Site News. The decline of birth rates in the United States and around the world has been cited as one of the factors behind the collapse of retail giant Toys R Us, but the company’s own contribution to that decline, particularly by donating money to Planned Parenthood, has gone largely overlooked.
For years, many have expressed concerns over the cultural and economic implications of women in western countries either putting off parenthood or rejecting it entirely. In 2016, the American fertility rate dropped to a record low of 62 births per 1,000 women aged 15 to 44, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Toys R Us announced last week that it will close its 735 American stores, following its filing for bankruptcy last fall. Business Insider notes that in its annual 2017 filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, the company cited declining birth rates as one of the reasons it failed to remain sufficiently profitable . . .
However, Toys R Us was also one of many American companies that donated to Planned Parenthood, America’s most prolific committer of abortions.
In August 2010, Life Decisions International (LDI) identified Toys R Us as a boycott target for its contributions to the abortion giant. In December of that year, LDI removed Toys R Us and several other companies from the list, a development it credited to pro-life activists who pressured the companies to reverse course. (Read more from “Did Toys R Us Hasten Its Own Demise by Donating to Planned Parenthood?” HERE)