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Pro-Choice Activists Turn Violent

Pro-Choice Activists Turn Violent

We have had the pro-choice activist browbeat us for years because a few pro-life activists have bombed abortion clinics. We were told that we could not be pro-life; to claim such when taking lives is hypocritical. Of course, they ignored that the rest of us condemned this; they were a fringe group, rejected by all, that did not matter, the actions of a few condemned all. But now we are seeing the reverse of this, the bombing of pro-life services, vandalism, disruption of church services, and threats against Supreme Court Justices.

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As reported by PJ Media:

On Mother’s Day Sunday, a violent incident occurred in Madison, the capital of Wisconsin. (You may recall Madison earned its place on the Leftist extremism map in 2011 when union thugs, students, and assorted radicals occupied the statehouse for over a month to derail Gov. Walker’s public union reforms. The goons ultimately failed, the reforms passed, and Walker was re-elected, lol.)

Madison police and fire departments were called to the office of Wisconsin Family Action (WFA) around 6 a.m. on Sunday after a passer-by reported smoke coming from the building. The flames were extinguished, and thankfully, no one was injured. Investigators found a smashed window and at least one molotov cocktail that had failed to ignite. A fire inside the office burned books and damaged furnishings. Additionally, the building exterior was covered with spray-painted graffiti, including the anarchy symbol (an A inside a circle, also used by Antifa), the anti-police tag “1312” (which stands for ACAB — All Cops Are Bastards), and the threatening phrase, “If abortions aren’t safe then you aren’t either.”

While, thankfully, no one was in the building at the time, how long until this no longer matters, taking life in protest is just seen as part of the process? We have seen this with BLM protests; it is never condemned, is seen as a part of the process, and quickly moved to the back of the paper.

The worst part of this was the condemnation was weakly issued, then followed up with excuses for this behavior:

“We condemn violence and hatred in all forms, including the actions at Wisconsin Family Action in Madison last night,” said Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers, a Democrat, and “We reject violence against any person for disagreeing with another’s view.” Then Evers explained what he saw as a reason for this bombing, “We will work against overturning Roe and attacks on reproductive rights by leading with empathy and compassion. We will defend what we believe in with our words and our voices — in the streets, in halls of government, and at the ballot box.”

Madison Police Chief Shon Barnes then explained these actions were understandable in his statement. “The Madison Police Department understands members of our community are feeling deep emotions due to the recent news involving the United States Supreme Court.” In other words, he was saying, “We don’t like this firebombing thing, but if they had not been supporting the wrong side of this issue, they would not have been in this position.”

“Early Sunday morning, our team began investigating a suspicious fire inside an office building on the city’s north side,” the statement continues. “It appears a specific non-profit that supports anti-abortion measures was targeted. Our department has and continues to support people being able to speak freely and openly about their beliefs. But we feel that any acts of violence, including the destruction of property, do not aid in any cause.” Is this the weakest law enforcement statement ever?

As usual, we see little condemnation, just as we saw with the White House Briefing over harassment of Supreme Court Justices; if the Left’s sacred items are under threat, damn the laws, do what you have to do.

But things did not stop there; next, there was an effort to disrupt and vandalize churches.

An outraged pro-choice protester sporting a one-piece bathing suit screamed, ‘I’m killing the babies’ as she led a march of demonstrators targeting Catholic churches in New York City.

‘God killed his son; why can’t I?’ the protester, NYC-based performance artist Crackhead Barney, repeatedly screamed as she dangled a baby doll during a Saturday morning demonstration outside the Basilica of St. Patrick’s Old Cathedral.

The pro-choice demonstrators sported signs with messages like ‘abortion is a gift,’ ‘anti-abortion laws kill us,’ and ‘RIP Jesus, killed by “woke” deadbeat dad.’

The New York Young Republican Club, responding to the protest, applauded the members of its Catholic Caucus for ‘standing up for their beliefs and for the fundamental rights of all unborn Americans.’

‘Men sitting in the church’s rear pews were asked to pray outside to ensure that the leftist horde would not overrun the building,’ the organization added a statement shared on Twitter.

The White House on Sunday defended people’s “fundamental right to protest” but warned against efforts to “intimidate” others during pro-abortion protests planned at Catholic churches across the country.

With the approval of the White House and the Left, one has to wonder how far this will go, and will Americans once more give room to riot, destroy property and take lives in protest, or is America finally tired of this and will rise in mass and say, “ENOUGH!”

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Americans I have talked to say they are concerned about what happens after the overturn of Roe v Wade but feel rioting and violence are not the answer. If the Left takes this up again, they could find this backfiring on them in a massive way as the voters decide to give their voice while voting.

Pro-life center bombed, church services disrupted, the White House giving tacit approval, one has to wonder, where will the Left attack next?

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About The Author

Timothy Benton

Student of history, a journalist for the last 2 years. Specialize in Middle East History, more specifically modern history with the Israeli Palestinian conflict. Also, a political commentator has been a lifetime fan of politics.

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