On Mothers’ Day, painting slogans on buildings housing women in crisis: is that pro-abortion or anti-life?
Protestia lays out the actions of the liberals as they revolt against the leaked Supreme Court opinion.
In light of the Supreme Court looking to abolish Roe v. Wade, pro-abortion fascists have taken to vandalizing churches and crisis pregnancy centers, tearing down any symbol that stands up for the life of the unborn.
One incident occurred in Boulder, Colorado, where vandals smashed windows and spray painted the Sacred Heart of Mary Church, writing: ‘My body, my choice,’ and ‘F*** the church,’ and “keep your religion off our bodies’ on the walls, along with the Antifa symbol.
Another victim of the attacks was the Pregnancy Center of Portland, with vandals smashing windows and writing ‘F*** CPCS (Crisis Pregnancy Centers) . Some of the services this particular one offered include:
- Pregnancy Confirmation
- Pre-Abortion Consult
- Clinical Pregnancy Testing and Confirmation
- Ultrasound Exam
- Gestational Age Determination
- Complete Pregnancy and Abortion Options Consultation
- Medical, Insurance, and Community Support Referrals
There have been nearly non-stop protests in the street against the supreme court and for pro-abortion, even though their state, being as liberal as it is, would have baby murder continue unabated. Yet Antifa accounts have been tweeting out addresses and leaving the bad part unsaid, likely resulting in this building being targeted.
BREAKING: Antifa pro-abort men are attacking and putting out hits on pregnancy centers in Portland, OR. Because it… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…—
Lila Rose (@LilaGraceRose) May 05, 2022
(Read of their call to action at Protestia)
Where are the liberals who called out for tolerance?
Where are the tolerant people on the left that wanted all sides to be heard?
Possessed activists still mob Justices at their homes
The New York Post reports on how the Left under Biden keeps digging every time a report comes out on their having reached a new low (since the Left keeps sending protesters to the homes of Supreme Court Justices and Biden will not condemn it).
While militant pro-choice activists doxxed the six Supreme Court justices that are expected to dismiss Roe v. Wade — publishing their partial addresses online — the protests they are planning outside their homes next week might not protected under the First Amendment and could be illegal.
According to 18 U.S.C. 1507 – which relates to Obstruction of Justice – anyone who has the intent of “interfering with, obstructing, or impeding the administration of justice, or with the tent of influencing any judge, juror, witness, or court officer” and pickets or parades in or near a court building or residents “occupied or used by such judge, juror, witness or court officer” will face a fine or imprisonment of one year.
The law also applies to people with such intent using sound trucks or similar devices “or resorts to any other demonstration in or near such building or residence.”
Earlier this week, the pro-abortion organziation “Ruth Sent Us” announced it would be hosting a “walk-by” on May 11, outside the Virginia and Maryland homes of conservative Justices Amy Coney Barrett, Brett Kavanaugh, Clarence Thomas, Samuel Alito, John Roberts and Neil Gorsuch.
It is unclear if the demonstration will include “picketing” or “sound-trucks.” The protests are set to take place just over one week after the draft opinion was leaked – sparking mass concern among Democrats and abortion activists.
“Ruth Sent US” did not respond to requests from The Post on additional details regarding the demonstrations.
On Friday, White House press secretary Jen Psaki was pressed on whether the president wants the protestors to influence the justices to uphold Roe v. Wade, as he pushes for Congress to codify the ruling into law.
“The President believes in peaceful protest. He believes that’s part of our democracy and part of the history of the United States and this country,” Psaki told reporters aboard Air Force One.
“But he also respects and understands the independence of the third branch of government, and — I mean, obviously, the Justice Department — but also the role of the Supreme Court and what they play,” she continued. “So I wouldn’t say he has a view on that. He believes in peaceful protests, but they’re going to make decisions they make, and we’re not going to prejudge a final opinion.”
(Read more at the New York Post on how Psaki had skipped condemning the Left)
Where are all of these peoples who are missing in action?
- The moderate Joe Biden that ran for president from his basement in 2020? All I have seen from Day One of his regime has been unabashed liberalism-bordering-on-Marxist dictatorship.
- The “Great Uniter” who said he would bring us all together? If he is going to claim the role, he might want to put some shoe leather to that stance.
- The freedom-loving Americans who want their laws created by elected officials accountable to them — not black-robed Justices appointed for life whose stated job only encompasses ensuring adherence to the Constitution?
- The respect for our judicial system? If this is the newly accepted rules of engagement, should we assemble with torches outside Justice Roberts’ home until Obergefell falls?
- Catholic Joe who says he cares so much about his faith?
- The objective press (who cannot be found in the following article from a local Michigan tv outlet)?
Please call 1-555-The-Lost if you have seen any one of these.
Wisconsin Crisis Pregnancy Center fire bombed, but the press puts a pro-abortion spin on the story
Reuters took the fire-bombing of a Wisconsin Crisis Pregnancy Center and put an anti-abortion spin on the story. Odd how the objective press has completely disappeared.
The office of a conservative Wisconsin anti-abortion group was set on fire on Sunday, police said, days after it emerged that the Supreme Court is poised to reverse a landmark decision ensuring abortion rights nationwide.
A graffiti saying “if abortions aren’t safe, then you aren’t either” was also left behind, the Wisconsin Family Action’s office said in a statement, blaming a “leftist anarchist group” for the attack.
The Madison Police Department said it was investigating the Sunday morning fire as arson, adding that the fire was quickly put out by the local fire department. The department did not identify any suspects and said no injuries were reported.
The police said a molotov cocktail was thrown inside the building but that it had not ignited. “It appears a separate fire was started in response,” the police said.
Wisconsin Family Action says on its website it seeks to advance “Judeo-Christian principles.” It supports marriage as being “between one man and one woman” and the promotion of abstinence in the secondary school system. The group says it also opposes laws that support abortion.
The draft opinion, authored by conservative Justice Samuel Alito and published on May 2 by the Politico news outlet, would uphold a Mississippi law banning abortions after 15 weeks of pregnancy and overturn the landmark 1973 Roe v. Wade decision that legalized abortion nationwide.
(Read more at Reuters on how this comes months before an election)
One would think that the nuns, priests, and volunteers at the Crisis Pregnancy Center were to blame
From the reading of the Reuters article, one might start to blame the victims.
Might that be the intent?