The arsonists’ graffiti on the building reads, “Jane Was Here,” a reference to Jane’s Revenge, an abortion terrorist organization. The organization took responsibility for the firebombing of a pro-life group in Wisconsin back in May, and it could have been behind the bombing of Oregon Right to Life’s offices during the same month. It also destroyed multiple churches.
We have previously reported on this cruelty and the fact that it is increasing dramatically.
“The responses to this repulsive act turned into open calls for even more bloodshed. Pro-abortion extremists in the replies expressed their happiness with the information, calling for additional assaults on people who want to keep babies from being aborted.”
“I predicted on social media this weekend that during the following month or so, the nation would be shown to be incurably split. That is where we are now. Things will get a lot more chaotic from here, and I don’t say that with pleasure. How can a society exist when some of its people feels violence is acceptable against people who simply do not want babies murdered?”
The pro-life movement has also had extremists who have gone too far, and most of the time, those people (correctly) get media attention. We should be condemning that sort of violence since it thwarts the celebration and promotion of life. Even the lady in New York who was discovered taking fetuses from an abortion clinic got days of headlines
The media, on the other hand, has remained relatively quiet about violence committed against pro-life organizations. Jane’s Revenge is a violent extremist organization that believes if the supposed “right” to an abortion isn’t secure, neither should pro-life clinics. To believe that babies do not have a right to life and that women who are anti-abortion should not be allowed access to facilities that assist them in averting unwanted pregnancies and are compatible with their beliefs takes a great degree of mental depravation.