Christian pregnancy center in Colorado vandalized and burned following Roe v. Wade reversal
The New York Post documents the firebombing of the pro-life pregnancy center in Colorado.
A Colorado Christian crisis center for pregnant women was vandalized and set on fire Saturday morning, a day after the US Supreme Court reversed federal protection of abortions.
Police responded to a fire at Life Choices in Longmont around 3:20 a.m., and found the building ablaze with covered with graffiti messages referencing the controversial overturning of Roe v. Wade, officials said.
“If abortions aren’t safe neither are you,” one message read, accompanied by the circled “A” anarchy symbol.
The saying has been written at dozens of pro-life centers since the court’s intent to overturn the 1973 ruling was leaked in May.
“Bans off our bodies,” was also painted onto the entrance walkway of the building while another anarchy symbol adorned its façade, according to pictures released by police.
Life Choices offers women alternatives to abortion as well as faith-based post-abortion counseling, according to its website.
(Read more at the New York Post on the damage)
Remember that, as of 16 June, no less than 17 pro-life pregnancy centers had been fire bombed
As previously blogged, seventeen pro-life pregnancy centers and a pro-life legislator have been firebombed by Antifa-affiliated “Jane’s Revenge.”
Add to that these two additional fire bombings.
Over 40 Attacks Targeted Pro-life Group Since Supreme Court Leak: Report
The Epoch Times comments on the greater than 40 attacks on pro-life groups since the Supreme Court leak.
More than 40 attacks against pro-life individuals and organizations have been recorded since the leak of a Supreme Court draft opinion indicating a potential overturn of Roe v. Wade, according to a report released on June 16.
The report, published by Susan B. Anthony Pro-Life America, says the over 40 incidents that have occurred in recent weeks involve violence, vandalism, and intimidation.
“Every abortion is an act of violence—violence against the unborn child who is killed and violence against the mother who is wounded in one of the deepest ways possible,” Marjorie Dannenfelser, the group’s president, said in the statement accompanying the report.
“In contrast to that inherent violence, the vast network of pregnancy centers, maternity homes, and other organizations across America exist to peacefully and lovingly serve women and families,” it said.
‘Actions of Comrades’
The latest incidents detailed in the report include vandalizations in Hope Pregnancy Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on June 11. The office of the pro-life group had four windows smashed and vandalized with graffiti.
An online blog post dated June 12 from someone who claimed credit for the damage under the name of “Anti Hope Brigade” said they were “inspired by the actions of comrades” in Wisconsin, Colorado, New York, and a growing list of places, according to the report.
The sharp rise in attacks began in early May when a leaked draft opinion indicated that the Supreme Court is poised to strike down Roe v. Wade, the 1973 ruling concluding access to abortion is a constitutional right.
The institution noted Jane’s Revenge, which has taken credit for dozens of recent attacks on pregnancy centers across the nation, issued a new threat on June 15. The pro-abortion radicals, in the statement published on its website, declared “open season” on pro-life institutions that do not shut down.
SBA Pro-Life America urged the Biden administration to condemn the attacks.
(Read more at The Epoch Times)
I applaud SBA for getting Congressional support
I applaud Susan B. Anthony for being able to get Congressional leaders to call for the administration to take action on pro-abortion violence in the following ways:
- A letter from 16 U.S. senators lead by Senator Jerry Moran (Republican of Kansas) to Attorney General Garland.
- A resolution led by House Republican Conference Vice Chairman Mike Johnson (Louisiana) introduced by 40 Republican members of Congress.
- A letter from Representatives Mike Johnson (Louisiana), Scott Franklin (Florida) and Claudia Tenney (New York) and 120 House colleagues to Attorney General Garland.
- A letter from U.S. Senator Josh Hawley (Republican of Missouri) to Attorney General Garland.
- A letter from U.S. Senator Marco Rubio (Republican of Florida) to Attorney General Garland.
However, only a sound defeat in 2022 and 2024 will register with Democrats.
Virginia pro-life pregnancy center vandalized hours after Roe ruling
The Washington Examiner reports that a Virginia pro-life pregnancy center received damage hours after the Dobbs versus Jackson case sent the matter of abortion back to the states.
Vandals attacked an anti-abortion pregnancy center in central Virginia early Saturday morning, hours after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, the landmark 1973 abortion case.
Surveillance footage released by the Lynchburg Police Department shows a group of four individuals walking away from the Blue Ridge Pregnancy Center at 1:30 a.m. Saturday. Lynchburg authorities also released photos showing multiple broken windows and graffiti on the outside of the building. The vandals left distinct messages with their graffiti, including “If abortion ain’t safe you ain’t safe!” and a tag reading “Jane’s Revenge,” a reference to the pro-abortion rights extremist group that has taken credit for similar attacks on pregnancy centers nationwide.
The Blue Ridge Pregnancy Center is a faith-based nonprofit crisis pregnancy group. It provides free and confidential services that include pregnancy tests, limited obstetrical ultrasound, parenting and life skills classes, post-abortion support, and counseling referrals. The center does not provide abortion services.
(Read at the Washington Examiner about the acts of Gov. Youngkin to protect the innocent)
The Left proves itself to be the violent side
With the Left’s obsession on 6 January, we have been told that Conservatives are the violent ones. Again, with the riots of 2020 in mind, that has again been proven a lie.
Pro-Abortionists were mad, so they rioted and held Arizona legislators captive
The Daily Wire lays out the anarchy and criminal activities committed by pro-abortion activists.
The Arizona Department of Public Safety (AZDPS) released a statement Saturday, responding to the riotous behavior of pro-abortion activists at the state’s Capitol building Friday night.
The protests attracted between 7,000 and 8,000 people following the Supreme Court’s overturning of Roe v. Wade and began as a peaceful demonstration, according to AZDPS. However, the protest soon turned chaotic as rioters attempted to breach the state’s Capitol building and vandalized historical monuments.
“What began as a peaceful protest evolved into anarchical and criminal actions by masses of splinter groups. As groups realized the state legislature was in session, they attempted to breach the doors of the Arizona Senate and force their way into the building,” AZDPS wrote.
The rioters reportedly terrified state lawmakers who were still in the process of voting on legislation, The Daily Wire previously wrote.
“We are currently there being held hostage inside the Senate building due to members of the public trying to breach our security,” Arizona state Senator Kelly Townsend tweeted. “We smell teargas and the children of one of the members are in the office sobbing with fear. I expect a J24 committee to be created immediately.”
(Read at the Daily Wire about the reactions of those attacked)
Of course, this will not be reported outside of Arizona
Unlike the wall-to-wall coverage of the 6 January riots, this will not make air time.
If the Democrats really stood for law and order, then Democrats from Joe to the dog catcher in Harris County would condemn the attacks on pro-life centers.
Joe Biden (#NotMyPresident) has not shown himself to be anything but a socialist hack. He supports violence against his “enemies” even when those people are peaceful Americans who support the poorest of Americans.
Crowd gathers outside Thomas home to protest abortion ruling
The Washington Examiner explores the ways protesters have decided to protests the Dobbs decision.
Pro-abortion rights demonstrators descended on Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas’s home in Virginia on Friday night to protest the high court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, which was announced hours earlier.
Protesters showed up with signs and began chanting. Members of the crowd called the justice’s wife, Ginni, an “insurrectionist,” likely referring to her correspondence supporting efforts to challenge the results of the 2020 election, and others yelled “Off with their d***s!” in response to the ruling. Clarence Thomas was one of the five justices to vote in support of overturning Roe, which ended the nationwide right to an abortion.
Roughly 30 protesters had already arrived outside the home as of 8 p.m., with a similar number of journalists. The group erupted in chants and songs, crying out “No privacy for us, no peace for you!” and “Ginni Thomas is an insurrectionist!”
One protester held a sign that read: “Thomas is a treasonous turd.”
The protest was organized online by the pro-abortion group Ruth Sent Us, which has protested regularly at justices’ homes since May when a draft of the opinion was leaked, signaling the court would overturn a nearly 50-year-old ruling that legalized abortion nationwide.
(Read how at the Washington Examiner how the political leanings of a Justice’s spouse affects unhinged libs)
Never mind that it is against the law to protest at the home of a justice, judge, baliff, or other court official
According to Cornell Law School, it is unlawful to picket or parade at the home of a justice, judge, juror, or any of the other court officials they list.
Whoever, with the intent of interfering with, obstructing, or impeding the administration of justice, or with the intent of influencing any judge, juror, witness, or court officer, in the discharge of his duty, pickets or parades in or near a building housing a court of the United States, or in or near a building or residence occupied or used by such judge, juror, witness, or court officer, or with such intent uses any sound-truck or similar device or resorts to any other demonstration in or near any such building or residence, shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than one year, or both.
AOC calls for pro-abortion groups to escalate their protests
The Washington Free Beacon lists out calls by AOC to escalate protests against the abortion ruling.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D., N.Y.) on Friday joined protesters outside the Supreme Court to call the institution “illegitimate” and urge supporters “into the streets” to fight for abortion, following a landmark opinion overturning Roe v. Wade.
Pro-life and pro-abortion activists gathered outside the Court in anticipation of a ruling on Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, in which a 6-3 majority voted to overturn Roe. Ocasio-Cortez took to a megaphone to voice her disapproval after the ruling was announced, spurring protesters on to “a generational fight.”
A recent Department of Homeland Security report warned about the rising likelihood of violence in the wake of the ruling. Ocasio-Cortez is one of 27 House Democrats who recently opposed a bill that bolstered security measures for the justices, following protests outside their homes. The legislation was held up in the House because Democrats had conditioned its passage on adding similar security for Court clerks.
Calls to pass the measure grew more urgent after an armed man was arrested outside the home of Justice Brett Kavanaugh earlier this month. The gunman later confessed to plans to assassinate the justice.
“The hell with the Supreme Court—we will defy them,” Rep. Maxine Waters (D., Calif.) also told protesters. “Women will be in control of their bodies.”
(Read more at the Washington Free Beacon on what Waters said)
Expect this to continue
This post has much more. There are other related instances to cover that involve both AOC and Mad Maxine. Therefore you have not seen the last of this post.
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