In the wake of a firebombing at a Buffalo, New York pregnancy center earlier this month, an Antifa group was found celebrating the attack on Twitter.
The group, Antifa Sacramento, took footage posted to Twitter earlier this month by local WGRZ reporter Dave McKinley, and dubbed the first 17 seconds of ACDC’s song "Thunderstruck" over the footage of the burned out building’s interior.
McKinley had posted the video to Twitter the same day that a CompassCare facility in Buffalo was attacked, with windows being smashed and fires being set inside the building.
"Not sure why, but the first 17 seconds of Thunderstruck goes perfectly with this 17 second video of the aftermath of the firebombing of the anti-Abortion, CompassCare that recently occurred in Buffalo, NY area," Antifa Sacramento tweeted shortly after the attack, with the hashtags "Death To Patriarchy" and "Death To White Supremacy."
The group also posted an exterior shot of the building, which had been graffitied with the saying "Jane was here."
On June 15, the group reposted McKinley’s video, this time with "Thunderstruck" playing in the background.
"Solidarity! And Sound on! Here's the aftermath again of the firebombing of CompassCare, the anti-abortion center in the Buffalo, NY area!" Antifa Sacramento posted to Twitter.
The post was accompanied by the hashtags "Death To Patriarchy" and "Jane’s Revenge."
The pro-abortion militant group Jane’s Revenge has seemingly taken credit for the Buffalo attack as well as over a dozen others across the country, many of which have included vandalism and arson.
" You have seen us 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, among others, and we work in countless locations invisibly," the group wrote in a communication posted earlier this month.
The group has stated that "your thirty days expired yesterday," and that now "we will make it as hard as possible for your campaign of oppression to continue."
The group has called for others to go out and attack other pro-life centers across the US, and has called for, alongside other pro-abortion groups, a "night of rage" the night that the Supreme Court decides of Dobbs v Jackson Women's Health, which could see the overturning of Roe v Wade.
"And for the allies of ours who doubt the authenticity of the communiqués and actions: there is a way you can get irrefutable proof that these actions are real. Go do one of your own. You are already one of us. Everyone with the urge to paint, to burn, to cut, to jam: now is the time. Go forth and manifest the things you wish to see. Stay safe, and practice your cursive," they wrote.