Oh, Carly. For a woman who was so passionate in the last debate about Planned Parenthood, it seems she's much more agnostic about other organizations that she chairs.
In 2013, a charity whose board is chaired by Carly Fiorina donated $18,022 of goods to an organization that provides financial assistance to women seeking abortions.
Fiorina, the Republican presidential candidate, has served as the chair of Good360 since 2012. The organization facilitates donations from companies to nonprofits by allowing the companies to donate products, and the nonprofits to select the products they need on an online marketplace. Good360 then delivers the products to the nonprofits.
In 2013, the organization donated $18,022 in goods to the Abortion Access Network of Arizona, a member of the National Network of Abortion Funds, according to Good360’s tax form from that year. Fiorina is listed on the form as on the board of the organization.
According to the group’s website, the Abortion Access Network of Arizona “provides financial assistance to people seeking abortions in the state of Arizona,” while the National Network of Abortion Funds calls abortion “a fundamental human right.”
Additionally, according to the group’s website, the Abortion Access Network of Arizona helps fund Planned Parenthood Arizona.
A spokeswoman for Fiorina’s presidential campaign said in an email that Good360 is “agnostic on causes,” and only requires that an “organization has to be a qualified, legitimate charity.”
I have no problem with that organization helping out the Abortion Access Network. I just think Fiorina needs to come to Jesus on her hypocritical stance.