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    DOZENS of Attacks on Pro-Life Centers and Churches

    Media Covers Up DOZENS of Attacks on Pro-Life Centers and Churches as SCOTUS Decides Roe v Wade

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    Dozens of Pro-Life Centers and Catholic Churches Attacked, Set Ablaze as SCOTUS Weighs Roe v Wade

    byDaily Veracity Staff
    June 21, 2022
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    The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) released a memo in May, warning of violence coming from the far-right against abortion clinics and providers as the Supreme Court gets ready to hand down the ruling that’s expected to overturn Roe v. Wade.

    The memo states that abortion-related violence historically has been driven by anti-abortion extremists and that this time could be related to recent talk of replacement ‘theory.’

    “Some racially or ethnically motivated violent extremists’ embrace of pro-life narratives may be linked to the perception of wanting to ‘save white children’ and ‘fight white genocide,'” the memo said.

    The memo does warn that this time, extremist acts could come from abortion-rights proponents as well, but has an extremely heavy focus on the far-right.

    Jonathan Wackrow, a risk management consultant and a former U.S. Secret Service agent tied the memo to the shooting that occurred in Buffalo on May 14.

    “The mass shooting in Buffalo, N.Y., has complicated everything even more. The attack in Buffalo actually has a measured impact on this Roe decision and how people will react to it,” he told Axios.

    Meanwhile, the rest of the media has also been warning about violence coming from the ‘far-right’ in relation to the coming Supreme Court decision on Roe v Wade.

    But despite warnings from media outlets and the DHS of violence coming from the far-right, all of the violence related to the anticipated Supreme Court decision has come from left-wing groups and individuals.

    More than twenty pro-life and pregnancy centers have been firebombed or attacked since last month’s leaked Supreme Court draft opinion, and over a dozen Catholic churches have been targeted.

    The incidents have ranged from graffiti vandalizing to smashing windows and arson. Some of the attacks are anonymous, while others have been claimed by extremist pro-abortionist groups like “Jane’s Revenge,” the “Anti Hope Brigade,” and “Ruth Sent Us.”
    Pro-Life and Pregnancy Centers Attacked

    Catholic Vote has created a map to track the violence against pro-life and pregnancy centers. All of the attacks happened after the leaked draft opinion by the Supreme Court.

    The organization has listed the following sites thus far:

    Hollywood, FL — South Broward Pregnancy Center and Archdiocese of Miami Respect Life Ministry
    Asheville, NC — Mountain Area Pregnancy Services
    Manassas, VA — First Care Women’s Health
    Alexandria, VA — Concerned Women for America
    Reiserstown, MD — Alpha Pregnancy Center
    Frederick, MD — BirthRight of Frederick
    Frederick, MD — CareNet Frederick
    Reiserstown, MD — Alpha Pregnancy Center
    Buffalo, NY — CompassCare Pregnancy Services
    Madison, WI — Wisconsin Family Action
    Des Moines, IA — Agape Pregnancy Resource Center
    Denton, TX — Woman to Woman Pregnancy Resource Center
    Austin, TX — Trotter House
    Long Beach, CA — His Nesting Place Home for Mothers & Children
    Sebastopol, CA — Pregnancy Center Billboard
    Eugene, OR — Dove Medical Clinic
    Keizer, OR — Oregon Right to Life
    Gresham, OR — Gresham Pregnancy Resource Center
    Portland, OR — Southeast Portland Pregnancy Resource Center
    Vancouver, WA — Options360 Women’s Clinic
    Federal Way, WA — Care Net Pregnancy and Family Services of Puget Sound
    Lynnwood, WA — Next Step Pregnancy Services
    Philadelphia, PA — Hope Pregnancy Center
    Washington, DC — Capitol Hill Pregnancy Center

    According to the Daily Mail, a pro-life Republican politician had his office firebombed following the leak, amid the spate of attacks against pro-life centers.

    Andrew Barkis, a Republican representing Olympia in the Washington state legislature, had his Olympia office attacked around 4 a.m.

    Two masked people were caught on a Ring camera installed outside the building breaking a window with a hammer and throwing a lit flare into the building.

    According to PM, the pro-abortion militant group, ‘Jane’s Revenge’ has claimed responsibility for many of the attacks and has declared that their 30 days of patience and mercy have come to an end. They warn of more attacks.

    “Your thirty days expired yesterday,” the group stated in a letter published on June 15. “We offered an honorable way out. You could have walked away. Now the leash is off. And we will make it as hard as possible for your campaign of oppression to continue.”

    The group takes responsibility for recent attacks on pregnancy and pro-life centers in “Madison WI, Ft. Collins CO, Reisertown MA, Olympia WA, Des Moines IA, Lynwood WA, Washington DC, Ashville NC, Buffalo NY, Hollywood FL, Vancouver WA, Frederick MA, Denton TX, Gresham OR, Eugene OR, Portland OR.”

    “You know that we are serious.” Much of their graffiti reads “If abortions aren’t safe, neither are you.”
    Catholic Churches Attacked

    Outside of pro-life and pregnancy centers, pro-Abortionist groups and individuals have long criticized the Catholic Church’s teaching that abortion is murder.

    At the same time, pro-abortion groups such as Ruth Sent Us — which has called for disrupting churches following the leak — have complained that a majority of the justices are Catholic.

    According to the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, which tracks arson, vandalism, and other destruction have been also directed at U.S. Catholic churches. There have been at least 134 incidents across 35 states and Washington, D.C., since May 2020.

    Their list does not yet include several recent attacks.

    May 27, 2022: New York

    A gold tabernacle estimated by police to be worth $2 million was stolen from St. Augustine Catholic Church in Brooklyn. The Diocese of Brooklyn also revealed on May 29 that “the Holy Eucharist housed inside the Tabernacle was thrown all over the altar.”

    The diocese said that the burglar “cut through a metal protective casing” to take the late 19th-century tabernacle on or around May 27. A safe in the sacristy was also cut open, but it was empty.

    The angels located on both sides of the tabernacle, the diocese added, “were decapitated and destroyed.”

    According to the diocese, the New York City Police Department is investigating the crime “of disrespect and hate.”

    May 22, 2022: Washington

    The Archdiocese of Seattle confirmed to CNA that St. Michael Parish in Olympia was vandalized with the words “Abort the church” spray-painted on a wall on May 22. On a post at Puget Sound Anarchists, the Bo Brown Memorial Cell of Jane’s Revenge claimed responsibility for the attack, along with attacks on three other, non-Catholic churches.

    May 19, 2022: Florida

    10 relics have disappeared from St. Elizabeth Seton Catholic Church in Naples, Florida, a CBS affiliate, WINK, reported. The relics include include a piece of Christ’s cross, a piece of St. Joseph’s clothing, a piece of the Virgin Mary’s veil, and bone fragments from multiple saints.

    While the local sheriff’s office said that they cannot verify whether the items were stolen or lost, the church believes it is unlikely that someone misplaced them.

    May 17, 2022: New York

    Vandals beheaded and smashed statues in an Our Lady of Fatima Grotto at Our Lady of Sorrows Catholic Church in New York City, according to a media advisory from the Archdiocese of New York.

    May 9, 2022: Texas

    In Katy, Texas, a Catholic priest said that someone attempted to desecrate the Eucharist at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church. A local Fox affiliate reported Father Peter Damian Harris, pastor at Holy Rosary Catholic Church in Houston, talking about the incident on May 9.

    May 8, 2022: California, Texas, Washington

    Female protesters disrupted Mass just before Communion at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels in Los Angeles, California. The women, dressed in red gowns and large white hats, began shouting and unfurled a banner before being escorted from the church.

    In Katy, Texas, another tabernacle was stolen overnight from St. Bartholomew the Apostle Catholic Church on May 8. While an arrest was made in connection with the theft, the tabernacle remains missing.

    Also in Texas, graffiti reading “Pro-choice is pro-life” was spray-painted on the front and side doors of Holy Rosary Catholic Church in Houston.

    In Washington state, Post Millenial reporter Kate Daviscourt captured on video protesters laying on the steps of St. James Cathedral in Seattle with fake blood on them to mimic coat hanger abortions during Mass. The incident involved a heated confrontation between a security guard and protesters, also captured in a video posted online by The Post Millennial.

    May 7, 2022: Colorado, New York

    St. John XXIII parish in Fort Collins, Colorado, was tagged with graffiti on May 7, according to police. Messages including “My Body My Choice” and a symbol that appears to be an “A” signifying “anarchy” were written on the church. Some of the churche’s exterior glass panels were also broken.

    In New York City, pro-abortion demonstrators rallied outside Saint Patrick’s Old Cathedral in Lower Manhattan. The protest disrupted a monthly pro-life procession from the church to the local Planned Parenthood. Among other things, a Franciscan friar was heckled, and a woman dressed in a stuffed bathing suit danced in front of the church while pretending to abort baby dolls.

    The church’s pastor, Father Brian Graebe, later told Fox News, “We have received a number of threats to bomb the church, burn it down.”

    May 3, 2022: Colorado

    Sacred Heart of Mary Catholic Church, in Boulder, Colorado, was defaced with pro-abortion slogans, including “My Body, My Choice,” marking the second time in less than a year that the parish has been targeted with graffiti of this sort.
    The Name ‘Jane’s Revenge’ Doesn’t Even Make Sense

    Not for nothing, but the members of the group ‘Jane’s Revenge’ may want to look into the history of Norma McCorvey (the real Jane Roe).

    Norma Leah Nelson McCorvey, also known by the pseudonym “Jane Roe”, was the plaintiff in the landmark American legal case Roe v. Wade in which the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in 1973 that individual state laws banning abortion were unconstitutional.

    McCorvey told the press that she was “Jane Roe” soon after the decision was reached, stating that she had sought an abortion because she was unemployable and greatly depressed. In 1983, McCorvey told the press that she had been raped; in 1987, she said the rape claim was untrue.

    In the mid-1990s, McCorvey made a public religious and political conversion and decided to be baptized on television in a backyard swimming pool. On that day, she declared herself newly pro-life and spent the last two decades of her life fighting against the ruling her own lie had made possible.

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    Re: DOZENS of Attacks on Pro-Life Centers and Churches

    Weekly Scripture Verse: for June 22, 2022

    "But now, O Lord, you are our Father; we are the clay, and you are our potter; we are all the work of your hand."

    Isaiah 64:8

    Four Pregnancy Resource Centers Attacked, Church Targeted, in Last Three Days

    By Peter Pinedo on June 7, 2022 News

    In just the last three days four pregnancy resource centers and a church have been targeted and attacked by abortion activists.

    A Pro-Life pregnancy resource center was firebombed and vandalized in Buffalo, New York. Images show the extent of the damage caused by Molotov cocktails being thrown through windows and setting office space on fire. In addition to burned offices and smashed windows the abortion activists left the graffiti message, “Jane was here.”

    The abortion group “Jane’s Revenge,” already responsible for a fire-bombing of a Pro-Life group in Wisconsin, claimed responsibility for the attack in New York.

    Many are calling Jane’s Revenge a terrorist group as they have claimed responsibility for attacks in North Carolina, Washington D.C., and Florida this week alone. Jane’s Revenge issued a statement calling for a nationwide “night of rage” in response to the Supreme Court’s likely overturning of Roe v. Wade.


    Another pregnancy resource center in Asheville, North Carolina (pictured above), was viciously attacked with windows being smashed in, bloodlike red paint strewn all over the building, and abortion activists leaving the threat “if abortions aren’t safe neither are you!”

    Respect Life Hollywood, another Pro-Life ministry in Florida, was attacked and covered in abortion graffiti. Abortion vandals left messages on the walls like “abortion bans are fascist!”

    Abortion activists infiltrated and disrupted a church service in Houston, Texas, on Sunday by stripping to their underclothes and screaming abortion propaganda including, “it’s my body, my f—–g choice!”

    The same abortion group coopted a Dodgers baseball game in Los Angeles, California, to unfurl a massive banner reading, “Overturn Roe? Hell no!”

    In an online statement Jane’s Revenge called activists to disrupt society, saying, “we need the state to feel our full wrath… We need them to be afraid of us” and “whoever you are and wherever you are, we are asking for you to do what you can to make your anger known… To those who work to oppress us: If abortion isn’t safe, you aren’t either. We are everywhere.”

    Jane’s Revenge
    Night of Rage ⁰An Autonomous Call to Action Against Patriarchal Supremacy!
    To those who work to oppress us: If abortion isn’t safe, you aren’t either. We are everywhere.
    — Happy Cat (@CityLife2022) June 7, 2022

    Great courage, prayer, and trust in God is needed now more than ever. Pro-Lifers across the country must not be intimidated by threats and violence from the abortion industry and radical left. As Pro-Lifers we must remember the over 60 million innocent children already killed through abortion and continue working to end the senseless slaughter of the most vulnerable Americans.

    We should not be surprised by this level of violence and intimidation. The natural progression of advocating for the brutal murder of babies in the womb is to advocate for violence outside the womb as well.

    We must continue to trust and hope in God and work bravely for the defense of the preborn.


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