(Molly Bruns, Headline USA) Pro-life wellness centers in nearly half of U.S. states have been under attack since the premature leak of the Supreme Court’s draft opinion on Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health.
But according to The Federalist, no movements have been made by the FBI to investigate or prosecute these attacks.
The Dobbs opinion, expected to be released some time around the end of June, could potentially unravel the almost 50-year-old federal abortion mandate established by Roe v. Wade.
Since the leak, churches, crisis pregnancy centers and billboards supporting the pro-life cause have sustained vandalism and worse.
Already, it has triggered widespread abortion riots, including an arson attack on a Wisconsin pro-life center and violent threats against the court’s conservative justices.
Recently, a man was arrested outside of the home of Justice Brett Kavanaugh. He was found with a gun and said he was there to kill the justice.
Breaking: A man was arrested outside of Brett Kavanaugh's residence around 1:45am last night. The man had a gun and said he was there to kill Kavanaugh. He was taken into custody without incident.
— Karol Markowicz (@karol) June 8, 2022
There have been massive protests of hysterical people outside of several churches, with people shouting, threatening violence and shrieking at people protecting the church.
NEW YORK: Deranged pro-abortion activist protests Catholic church by waving dolls and yelling "I'm killing the babies!"
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— The Post Millennial (@TPostMillennial) May 7, 2022
Two abortion activists stripped to their underwear in protest during a service led by Joel Osteen in Lakewood Church in Houston, Texas. They shouted, "my body, my choice" interrupting the service. pic.twitter.com/bws4GyG7Su
— Newsweek (@Newsweek) June 8, 2022
Student activists advocating for saving the unborn are likewise suffering bullying and physical attacks. The National Catholic Register reported about a New Jersey student who sustained minor injuries while holding a sign calling for “Equal Rights For Babies in the Womb.”
While the violence appears to be largely one-sided, the Department of Homeland Security released a memo in May that expressed the belief that future threats may originate from a “broader ideological spectrum” than initially expected.
Before the release of this memo, several pro-life centers had already been vandalized and harmed by what appeared to be an anarchist-connected group called Jane’s Revenge.
When asked if they planned to investigate Jane’s Revenge, an FBI spokesman told The Federalist that “as a matter of longstanding policy, the FBI does not comment upon the existence or the nonexistence of any investigation.”
Although pregnancy centers will clearly be at high risk if the court does overturn Roe, Democrat states such as New York are funneling millions into security for abortion facilities instead.