The Oregon Right to Life building in Keizer, Oregon was damaged on Sunday after two Molotov Cocktails were thrown toward the building in a targeted attack following the SCOTUS draft leak ruling that could overturn Roe v. Wade.
Although the damage to the building was minimal, Lois Anderson, executive director of Oregon Right to Life, said that she was "thankful" no one was hurt during the firebombing, according to KOIN 6.
"Understandably, our team is shaken up by this attack. We are committed to taking proper precautions to protect the safety of our staff as we move forward, Lois Anderson said. "We are thankful for the quick action of our first responders committed to maintaining a safe environment to operate in this community."
The incident happened around 10:35 pm on Sunday and remains under investigation, according to authorities.
Following the criminal leak of the US Supreme Court's draft decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, mass protests have erupted throughout the US, including calls for violence by radical abortion activists and politicians.
On Saturday, pro-abortion activists in Virginia and Maryland descended upon the homes of Supreme Court justices who were signed onto the draft opinion in order to intimidate them before the final ruling. They targeted the personal residences of justices again on Monday.
The group Ruth Sent Us mapped out exact locations of the homes of Amy Coney Barrett, John Roberts, Samuel Alito, Brett Kavanaugh, Clarence Thomas, and Neil Gorsuch on their website, and announced plans to protest. On Mother's Day, the far-left group interrupted mass at Catholic Churches in protest of the leaked ruling.
The group targeted Catholic Churches because six of the nine SCOTUS justices are Catholic.
"Whether you're a 'Catholic for Choice', ex-Catholic, of other or no faith, recognize that six extremist Catholics set out to overturn Roe. Stand at or in a local Catholic Church Sun May 8," Ruth Sent Us wrote on Twitter.
In regards to churches, a Boulder, Colo. Catholic Church was vandalized on Wednesday with anarchist and pro-choice messages, according to Fox News.
Photos obtained by Fox News showed the outside of the Sacred Heart of Mary Church spray-painted with the words "my body, my choice."
While a draft opinion document, written by Justice Samuel Alito, indicated an overturning of Roe v Wade in the case of Dobbs v Jackson Women's Health Organization was genuine, it is unclear whether the court will do so or not.
Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts confirmed on Tuesday that the document was in fact authentic, but stressed that it does not reflect a final opinion.