There has been a series of attacks on pro-life offices and churches since the leak of a draft Supreme Court opinion overturning Roe v. Wade.

The culprits? Pro-abortion terrorists. But the terrorists may not be making the impact they hope.

In less than two months, Churches and pro-life facilities have been attacked more than 40 times but the mainstream media totally ignored the political violence and they even tried to downplay the horrific incidents.

This just proves that the mainstream media in the U.S. is not interested in stories that will further destroy the image of Joe Biden’s regime.

According to a review by the ‘Washington Stand’ that over the last forty days there have been at least 41 instances of attacks on churches.  The site notes that the violence against these Christian entities includes “arson, vandalism, property theft, and property destruction.”

The Washington Stand has put together a comprehensive list of attacks on churches and pro-life organizations that have occurred since the draft opinion was leaked. Since their initial post on June 10, the list has grown from 41 to 48 events.

On the list, there are 29 instances of vandalism against these properties. These are some of the least destructive offenses, but their graffiti ranges from mildly offensive to downright threatening and disturbing. For example, in early May a Wisconsin anti-abortion rights group, Family Action, was firebombed overnight, with a message left that “if abortions aren’t safe, neither are you.” 

Despite the huge amount of violence against these Christian organizations, Biden’s Department of Homeland Security issued a “terrorism threat” that claimed that both sides are dangerous.

National Terrorism Advisory System Bulletin from June 7 claimed that “individuals who advocate both for and against abortion have, on public forums, encouraged violence.”

But while there are certainly “threats” disgorged by right-wing extremist groups, the actual violence committed over the abortion issue seems to be perpetrated predominantly by left-wing groups, not right-wingers.

The Washington Stand noted in their report:

“The recent spike in attacks against churches and pro-life organizations is part of a wider pattern of violence that has seen a marked uptick in the last two years. The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops released a report in early June that catalogued ‘at least 139 incidents … across 35 states and the District of Columbia since May 2020’ against Catholic churches and organizations, including ‘arson, statues beheaded, limbs cut, smashed, and painted, gravestones defaced with swastikas and anti-Catholic language and American flags next to them burned, and other destruction and vandalism.’”

There are too many cases to cover in a single article, but the crimes targeting U.S. churches and pro-life facilities continued through May at a rapid and consistent pace.

In June, these individuals and organizations seem to have committed most of their crimes against pro-life organizations and facilities.

On other hand, according to a U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops report, there have been at least 134 arson and vandalism attacks on churches in 35 states and the District since May 2020.

Sources: WesternJournal, Washington Stand

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