Melinda French Gates Plans to Donate $1 Bil. to Abortion, Gender & Social Justice to ‘Help’ Girls

May 29th, 2024 12:07 PM

Melinda French Gates, ex-wife of billionaire Bill Gates, announced Tuesday that she plans to donate $1 billion to various organizations that claim to “support” women and girls around the world. To no one’s surprise, French Gates' organizations of choice promote far-left policies like changing your gender and killing your kids.

French Gates plans to leave the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the foundation she co-founded with her ex-husband, at some point next week. With her departure, and the divorce, French Gates is set to receive $12.5 billion from Gates - hence her announcement regarding where she plans to give money to. 

As AP News noted, French Gates will be making donations through her Pivotal Ventures group. Pivotal noted how the $1 billion will be allocated:

$200 million to existing U.S. nonprofits supporting women and girls: Center for Reproductive Rights, Collaborative for Gender + Reproductive Equity, Collective Future Fund, Community Change, Institute for Women’s Policy Research, MomsRising Education Fund, Ms. Foundation for Women, National Domestic Workers Alliance, National Partnership for Women & Families, National Women’s Law Center, New America, The 19th, Roosevelt Institute, States United Democracy Center, Time’s Up Legal Defense Fund, and Washington Center for Equitable Growth.

$240 million, in $20 million grants to each of these global leaders: Dr. Alfiee Breland-Noble, founder of The AAKOMA Project; Olympic gold medalist Allyson Felix; filmmaker Ava DuVernay; Crystal Echo Hawk, founder of IllumiNative; Gary Barker, founder of Equimundo: Center for Masculinities and Social Justice; Hauwa Ojeifo, founder of She Writes Woman; former New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern; Nobel Peace Laureate Leymah Roberta Gbowee; M. V. Lee Badgett, founding partner of Koppa: The LGBTI+ Economic Power Lab; Richard V. Reeves, founding president of the American Institute for Boys and Men; Sabrina Habib, co-founder and CEO of Kidogo; and Shabana Basij-Rasikh, co-founder of the School of Leadership Afghanistan.

$250 million to be awarded to organizations working to improve women’s mental and physical health worldwide, selected through an open call with Lever for Change this fall.

(Note: Bolded are the obviously woke organizations and people, but many of the others promote or endorse woke ideologies as well.)

The Center for Reproductive Rights is a global advocacy group who advocates for abortion to be available worldwide. On its website, it noted proudly, that “since 2021, as a result of the Center’s work, 1.7 billion people have stronger legal protections for abortion.”

Seems like an odd thing to be proud of.

Another woke group French Gates is sending money to is the Collaborative for Gender + Reproductive Equity (CGRE). That group works to accelerate things like transgenderism, Black Lives Matter (BLM) propaganda, abortion and other progressive ideologies.

French Gates also plans to donate a $20 million grant to M.V. Lee Badgett, who is a founding partner of Koppa: The LGBTQI+ Economic Power Lab, which has a mission to “unleash global LGBTI+ economic power through knowledge, financing and connection.” In plain English, the group aims to push progressivism throughout the world.

While you and I see how these causes don’t actually help women and girls but rather push the idea that life has no meaning, individual needs come first and delusions should be celebrated. The media, especially CBS, loved French Gates’ plans.

On Wednesday, "CBS Mornings" highlighted how French Gates plans to “help protect women’s rights” by bringing on the founder of “The 19th,” which is an independent journalism outlet that supposedly gives women and gays information and tools on how to “participate in our democracy.”

On "The Daily Report with John Dickerson" for CBS, Dickerson noted that French Gates is working to “support” women and girls too. I’m still unsure how helping women kill their kids and live a lie is a way of showing “support.”

"CBS Evenings" puffed up the move as well, calling it a “historic” type of “pledge.” "CBS Evening News" noted that French Gates is “concerned her one year-old granddaughter will grow up with fewer rights than she has” and spoke highly of how French Gates plans to help push abortion with her $1B donation.

Right after French Gates noted where she plans to allocate her donations, "CBS Mornings" called it a “stunning announcement” that shows that she’s “committed to advocating for women and girls.” Hosts on the show also noted that her move “shows you what the stakes are and why somebody like Melinda Gates French would choose to take up this battle [abortion ‘rights’] and devote a lot of her wealth to the battle.

Well, it’s clear CBS is in love with French Gates’ pledge to do what I would consider is the opposite of “supporting” women and girls.

If she really wanted to help women and girls, French Gates could've easily given money to adoption groups, to kids in foster care, to pregnancy centers or to women who need financial and physical support after choosing life. THAT would've actually been "support."