Radical Pro-Abortion Group Takes Credit for Vandalizing Churches in Washington State

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A radical pro-abortion group that has already reportedly taken credit for the firebombing of a pro-life activist group’s offices in Wisconsin has now gleefully taken credit for four acts of vandalism against churches in Washington state.

“Jane’s Revenge” quipped that they’d given “facelifts” to a Mormon church, Calvary church, Harbor Church, and St. Michael’s Catholic Church on Sunday morning, as LifeSite reported. The attacks, the group claimed, were due to the churches’ ties to pro-life groups and clinics.

“Last night we vandalized four anti-abortion churches in Olympia,” an anonymous spokesperson for the group wrote to the “Puget Sound Anarchists” website on Sunday.

LifeSite notes that these acts of vandalism are just the latest such attacks on pro-life entities, which includes vandalism against pregnancy centers that help women in crisis pregnancies keep and care for their babies in the wake of a leaked draft opinion from Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito indicating that the court plans to overturn Roe v. Wade.

“All of these churches have ties to anti-abortion ‘crisis pregnancy centers,’” the group spox declared, describing these centers as “religious fake clinics that manipulate mostly poor people into having & keeping children they don ’t want or aren’t ready for and marrying whomever impregnated them whether or not that relationship is healthy or safe.”

The writer went on to describe the pregnancy centers as “exploitative” and “serv[ing] the aims of upholding the patriarchal family, a primary site of violence against women, queers, and children.”

“We dumped red paint over the entryways and left messages of ‘If abortions aren’t safe then neither are you,’ ‘Abort the church,’ and ‘God loves abortion,’” the spokesperson bragged.

Earlier this month, the DHS issued a memo warning of credible threats to burn down the Supreme Court building if Roe v. Wade is overturned, while some justices have had to be moved to safe locations as their houses are targeted by oftentimes aggressive protesters.

This week, The Christian Post issued a list of all the attacks on churches and pro-life centers that have been carried out since the leak.

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