(Dmytro “Henry” Aleksandrov, Headline USA) Pro-abortion activists are attacking the pro-life movement and lying about Trump supporters storming the Capitol, again, while planning a blockage at Supreme Court.
Since the leak of a draft opinion in the case of Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization that indicated a looming reversal of Roe v. Wade, abortion supporters stopped restraining themselves altogether, according to the Washington Examiner.
It’s getting harder to openly oppose abortion and not be threatened with violence. On June 8, a person with a gun and a knife was arrested in an assassination attempt on conservative Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, outside his home. However, he’s not the only person who was targeted. Crisis pregnancy centers that also happened to be faith-based are also under attack.
“A Washington Examiner review identified recent incidents of arson, vandalism or both at at least 13 anti-abortion centers across the country,” the Examiner reported.
“Police are investigating an alleged arson at a crisis pregnancy center in Buffalo, N.Y., on Tuesday after a fire destroyed much of a Christian pregnancy center and injured two of the firemen who responded to it.
“Investigations are underway at several other pregnancy centers hit by Molotov cocktails in the month since the Dobbs opinion leaked, including in Keizer, Ore., and in Madison, Wis.”
Jane’s Revenge, an extreme pro-abortion group, claimed credit for some of those incidents by attacking and spray-painting “Jane Says Revenge” on the door of a crisis pregnancy center in Washington D.C.
There were similar spray-painted messages like “If abortions aren’t safe, neither are you” in places like Lynnwood, Wash., Asheville, N.C. and Reisterstown, Md.
The Biden administration refused to specify that it is radical, baby-killing leftists who have engaged in the recent violence. The mainstream media didn’t choose the same route, though.
CNN told its audience that the violence may come from “both sides,” and the Washington Post went even further.
Even though the Post acknowledged that abortion activists have attacked anti-abortion groups and resource centers, they also said that it is people on the right who were attacking “abortion providers.”
“For most of history, it’s the abortion providers who have come under threat from extremists on the right.”
On June 10, in an effort to make Americans forget about the Kavanaugh assassination attempt and multiple incidents of pro-abortion violence, Jonathan Freedland of The Guardian claimed that “Trump’s forces are preparing for the next storming of the Capitol.”