Apparently, liberal billionaires like abortion megadonor Warren Buffett aren’t allowed to stay silent on poisonous racial politics with out enraging the simply triggered liberal media.

Berkshire Hathaway CEO  Warren Buffett launched his annual letter to Berkshire Hathaway’s shareholders February 27. Bloomberg News reported Feb. 25 that Buffett had stayed quiet in 2020 amidst “a heated presidential election” and “a racial reckoning that sparked nationwide protests.” The outlet hoped that Buffett would have “an opportunity to interrupt his silence with the discharge of his annual letter Saturday.” When the letter was launched, Bloomberg Information was enraged the billionaire nonetheless selected to steer “away from politics” in a follow-up article with a blaring headline: “Buffett’s ‘Tone Deaf’ Annual Letter Skirts Major Controversies.” The article whined: “His silence on pandemic, racial inequality disenchanted some.”

But it surely received worse. Within the second paragraph, Bloomberg Information threw a match that Buffett “steered away from politics, regardless of the contested presidential election and riots on the U.S. Capitol, and by no means touched on race or inequality even after protests and unrest broke out in cities throughout the nation final 12 months.” 

The outlet referred to as the Jan. 6 occasion on the U.S. Capitol “riots.” However Bloomberg Information referred to the 2020 Black Lives Matter and Antifa riots that ripped throughout a number of U.S. states costing between $1 billion and $2 billion in damages as merely “protests and unrest.” [Emphasis added.]

Buffett’s multimillion-dollar commitments to extremist leftist causes like abortion weren’t sufficient to purchase him the great graces of Bloomberg Information.

In 2019, reporting confirmed that Buffett’s philanthropic basis had funded the infant slaughter large Deliberate Parenthood with at the least $76,967,256 between 2017 and 2018 alone.

A 2011 estimate by Deliberate Parenthood acknowledged that the price of a first-trimester abortion can vary wherever from $350-$950, that means that the $76.9 million the Susan Thompson Buffett Basis gave to those organizations was sufficient to pay for between roughly 81,018 to 219,906 first-trimester abortions.

Between 2001 and 2012, Buffett had financed abortion groups with a jaw-dropping $1,230,585,161.

Except you vocally let the world know you’re woke, you’re apparently not liberal sufficient, at the least by Bloomberg Information requirements.

Conservatives are beneath assault. Contact Bloomberg Information at letters@bloomberg.internet and demand it cease peddling leftist racial politics in its reporting.