The pro-abortion extremists in Oregon are trying to copy-cat the firebombings that took place at pro-life center in Madison last week, as they threw Molotov cocktails at the Oregon Right To Life office and vandalized a pregnancy resource center in Portland. If they aren’t the same militants who terrorized Portland for 120-some nights throughout 2020 and into 2021, they are certainly taking page from the antifa playbook.
The Keizer, Oregon, police department reported:
In a follow-up report, police were able to get a look at the suspect vehicle after scouring security camera footage from nearby buildings.
Salem, OR—In the late evening on Sunday, May 8, the offices of Oregon Right to Life were attacked. An individual used incendiary devices, one of which exploded and caught the building on fire. The office was vacant at the time, and no one was harmed. Fire and police departments responded quickly, minimizing damage to the building. The agencies are actively investigating the incident.
Lois Anderson, Oregon Right to Life executive director, expressed, “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.” She added, “We are thankful for the quick action of our first responders committed to maintaining a safe environment to operate in this community.”
Oregon Right to Life has had long-standing opposition to the use of force, intimidation, and violence by any person pursuing pro-life activities. Our commitment to the well-being of all human life requires that we respect the inherent value and dignity of all people. Just as we condemn abortion and euthanasia, we oppose private acts that take human life, inflict bodily harm, or destroy another’s property. No board member, officer, employee, or chapter officer may participate in any illegal or harmful act against another person or property in pursuing pro-life activity. Oregon Right to Life will not knowingly do business with any organization or business which endorses violence in any way toward pro-abortion persons or businesses.
Of course local mainstream media can’t report on this without immediately pivoting to focus on someone who was convicted for threatening to bomb a Planned Parenthood “clinic” 13 years ago.
A few days before Right To Life building was hit, the First Image crisis pregnancy center in Southeast Portland was hit by terrorists, shattering the windows and spraying graffiti on the building.
Some of you have been reaching out because you heard that a group of people vandalized our Southeast Portland Pregnancy Resource Center last night. All the windows on one side of the center were broken, and there was a hateful, anti-PRC message spray-painted on the wall.
The incident happened overnight, and nobody was hurt. We have an incredibly resilient staff. Nonetheless, it is deeply unsettling and puts everybody at all of our locations a bit on edge.
Because of the nature of the crime, it is a federal offense, and we are working with the local police and FBI in whatever way we can.
For a day or two, our SE PRC will be closed, but we are working as quickly as possible to put things back the way they were. We don’t want to miss a single hour to demonstrate compassionate care to every person that comes through our door.
The leak from the Supreme Court this week has clearly turned up the temperature. We knew this would be the case, and that Portland could be a particularly volatile place to be during this significant moment in our culture.
Local mainstream media has not reported on this attack nor have the police released any statement.
These terrorists are using Twitter to openly plot their attacks. Andy Ngo has been collecting their tweets about it.
The office of the Oregon Right to Life in Keizer, OR was attacked on Sunday night. The assailant(s) tried to break the window to throw firebombs inside. Unable to break in, the firebombs were hurled at the building instead. #Antifa are praising the attack. https://t.co/kwU04jrhD1 pic.twitter.com/p5UeDJ6o17
— Andy Ngô (@MrAndyNgo) May 9, 2022
All the pro-life groups deserve whatever they do to them
— jay jay (@crownvicman) May 12, 2022
At this point, it’s safe to called the crazed left pro death.