More than 100 churches vandalized since Supreme Court overturned Roe

Accompanying their attacks, Jane's Revenge often vandalizes their targets with spray-painted phrases such as "no forced birth," "if abortions aren't safe then you aren't either," and "Jane was here."

Joshua Young North Carolina

There have been over 100 attacks on pro-life organizations, crisis pregnancy centers (CPCs), and churches since the May 2 leak from the Supreme Court of the United States that revealed the court intended to overturn Roe v Wade through the case of Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization.

Fox News reports that over a dozen of these attacks have been claimed by Jane's Revenge, an Antifa-inspired, radical left-wing pro-abortion group, yet not one person from that group has been arrested.

Accompanying their attacks, Jane's Revenge often vandalize their targets with spray-painted phrases such as "no forced birth," "if abortions aren't safe then you aren't either," and "Jane was here."

In June, the Department of Homeland Security warned the Catholic Church about threats from Jane's Revenge, especially their "night of rage," where they promised to escalate attacks as the official SCOTUS decision came down.

As The Post Millennial has reported, that threat came after a series of attacks and firebombings of pro-life pregnancy centers across the US, such as Buffalo, New York, Vancouver, Washington, Madison, Wisconsin, and Asheville, North Carolina.

And throughout the summer the attacks continued.

38 churches have been attacked since the May 2 leak according to the Christian nonprofit Family Research Council (FRC).

As Fox reports, Catholic Vote, a nonprofit lobbying group, has noted that many centers have been attacked more than once and added some locations not included in FRC's report, "Expectant Mother Care Frontline in New York, Northfield Women’s Clinic in Minnesota, Arches New Hope Pregnancy Center in Utah, Abria Pregnancy Resources in Minnesota, and Compassion & Hope Pregnancy Center in Idaho."

The FBI told Fox News that an investigation was launched in June and said again on Wednesday that it was looking into a "series of attacks and threats targeting pregnancy resource centers, faith-based organizations, and reproductive health clinics across the country, as well as to judicial buildings, including the US Supreme Court."

"The incidents are being investigated as potential acts of domestic violent extremism, FACE (Freedom of Access to Clinic Entrances) Act violations or violent crime matters, depending on the facts of each case," the FBI added.

On top of the attacks and vandalisms of the centers themselves, many accounts involve threats and acts of violence against pro-life activists.

The president of California's Alternatives Pregnancy Center, Heidi Matzke, testified in July to the Senate Judiciary Committee that "a man armed with a machete approached her clinic earlier that month, prompting her to hire additional security and fortify the clinic's walls and doors."

On May 23, seven students at a New Jersey High School were arrested for assaulting a student for holding a pro-life sign

University of Missouri-Saint Louis Students for Life members " reported that their pro-life memorial was vandalized" on May 2.


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