(Dmytro “Henry” Aleksandrov, Headline USA) Radical abortion activists from Portland showed their true colors once again by vandalizing a pro-life billboard in the northeastern part of the town with the words “KILL THEM KIDS” and “X” signs over a photographed baby’s eyes spray painted over the sign.
The billboard showed an advertisement from the nonprofit group ProLife Across America, according to KOIN 6 News. The un-vandalized billboard read: “PROTECT THE BABIES” and “Heartbeat 18 days from conception.”
The Portland Police Bureau said it is unclear if anyone filed any police reports about vandalism at this time.
David Spivey, Outfront Media Operations Manager, said that the company removed the vandalized billboard on Monday. Mary Ann Kuharski, ProLife Across America Director, said that the organization hopes to replace the signage and continue spreading its message.
A pro-life billboard in Portland was vandalized with the message, “Kill them kids.” When Roe v Wade was overturned last year, a number of pregnancy resource centers in Portland (& elsewhere) were attacked. Antifa militants posted the addresses on Twitter.https://t.co/p3iPMEGGWM pic.twitter.com/QlSrh0lQiz
— Andy Ngô 🏳️🌈 (@MrAndyNgo) January 2, 2023
An Do, an executive director at Planned Parenthood Advocates of Oregon, gaslighted the public by saying that the message sent by the vandals doesn’t represent the organization whose existence is based on murdering innocent human beings. According to her, Planned Parenthood wants to “restore, protect and expand access to abortion” and the so-called “sexual and reproductive health care,” despite the overturning of Roe v. Wade.
ProLife Across America, on the other hand, reflected the reality by saying that ProLife is a Catholic organization that defends innocent lives.
“Across America’s mission since 1989 has been to reach out through billboard, radio, print and online ads to people who may not be reached in any other way,” according to the organization’s website. “Our ads create an ‘Atmosphere of Life’ in a ‘culture of death.’”