University Returns Millions Of Dollars To Pro-Abortion Donor
Liberals are for some reason surprised that the South would be against abortion. This shouldn’t be considered anything new as the South, for the most part, has always had this stance.
Look at the elections, the South is practically a red zone. The University of Alabama returned over 20 million dollars, to a donor that went off the rails, and claimed that the school and Alabama should be boycott for their now public stance against abortion.
The Donor, Hugh Culverhouse Jr., claims it was in retaliation for his call to boycott. But the school says otherwise.
“The action taken by the Board today was a direct result of Mr. Culverhouse’s ongoing attempts to interfere in the operations of the Law School,” the university’s vice chancellor for communication, Kellee Reinhart, said Friday. “That was the only reason the Board voted to remove his name and return his money.”
Culverhouse issued a statement Friday in which he renewed his call for students “to protest and reconsider their educational options in Alabama.”
“I expected this response from UA,” he said. “I will not allow my family’s name to be associated with an educational system that advocates a state law which discriminates against women, disregards established Federal law and violates our Constitution.
“I want to make clear that I never demanded that $21.5 million be refunded and wonder if the University is attempting to silence my opinions by their quick response. I will not be silenced.”
While the university has acknowledged having a dispute with Culverhouse, it insists the decision about his donation is related only to concerns about matters at the school, not at the statehouse.
“University officials say the school had nothing to do with the abortion law and that there was an ongoing dispute with Culverhouse over how his donation would be used,” NPR’s Debbie Elliott reports. “Culverhouse says he thought it had been resolved and believes the trustees’ vote is in retaliation for his position on the abortion ban.”
“Culverhouse also responded to the news that his name was taken off the law school, quipping, “You probably shouldn’t put a living person’s name on a building, because at some point they might get fed up and start talking.” The school had only just been renamed after Culverhouse in September after he promised the $26.5 million donation. The university still has a Culverhouse College of Business named after this Hugh Culverhouse’s father.”
Culverson’s family was in bed with planned parenthood in the 1950’s.
It makes an even better point of the school cuts ties with Culverhouse to defend babies. I hope that is the case. No one should want that man’s blood money.
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