Target executives have implemented a new policy, effective July 1, that will direct a portion of the company's profits towards promiscuous female employees who get pregnant irresponsibly and decide that they want to terminate their babies rather than give birth.
These women will not have to pay anything out of pocket to travel to a legal state, according to Melissa Kremer, Target's Chief Human Resources Officer. (Related: Target is also a vehement proponent of mutilating children's private parts.)
"For years, our healthcare benefits have included some financial support for travel, when team members needed select healthcare procedures that weren't available where they live," Kremer said in a memo.
"A few months ago, we started re-evaluating our benefits with the goal of understanding what it would look like if we broadened the travel reimbursement to any care that's needed and covered – but not available in the team member's community. This effort became even more relevant as we learned about the Supreme Court's ruling on abortion, given that it would impact access to healthcare in some states."
Target joins numerous other national and multinational corporations that are implementing similar policies to ensure that its employees' babies get murdered with ease, despite the SCOTUS decision. The list is lengthy and growing, and includes names like JPMorgan Chase, Dick's Sporting Goods, Rivian and Amazon.
"Some companies, like Amazon, already announced travel coverage for employees who need to seek reproductive healthcare in other states before the Supreme Court decision," reported CNBC.
"The tech giant said it will pay up to $4,000 in travel expenses annually for abortion and other non-life-threatening medical treatments."
Target, meanwhile, has not yet indicated if there is a dollar limit for travel expenses. If there is none, female Target employees might just go on vacations and get pregnant again and again, requiring even more travel for abortions in the future.
In addition to "reproductive care," Target plans to pay for mental health care for women who travel to get abortions – because many of them, it turns out, are mentally unhinged.
Kremer further indicated that Target has updated its policies to "ensure our team has equal access to high-quality, low-cost care through our healthcare benefits."
While avoiding taking an overt position on the Supreme Court decision, Kremer praised Target employees for how they "recognize and respect a wide spectrum of beliefs and opinions that other team members and guests hold close – even if those beliefs differ from their own."
Competitor Walmart has not yet issued a statement about the Roe v. Wade situation, probably because it tends to be more "conservative" and is based out of Arkansas, a state where laws still on the books provision a "trigger ban" for abortion.
Minnesota, where Target is based, is a "blue" state where abortion will presumably remain legal for the time being.
Amazon, a far-left company based out of even more far-left Seattle, has already gone above and beyond for its female employees with a generous travel package allowing them to engage in abortion tourism – but this is still, apparently, not enough to pacify them.
According to reports, hundreds of Amazon employees are circulating an internal petition calling on the company to condemn the Supreme Court's decision openly and cease all operations in states where abortion is now restricted or banned. They also want Amazon to pay for employees in "red" states to relocate to "blue" states.
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