Pro-death terrorists are roving the country and destroying pro-life resource clinics, according to reports.
The latest incident among many occurred in Eggertsville, N.Y., where a pro-life center called CompassCare was reportedly “firebombed” and sprayed with graffiti early this week.
An “abortion terrorist group” called Jane’s Revenge has been tied to the incident as an incriminating message scrawled on the side of the CompassCare building read “Jane was here.”
Every visible window of the facility was smashed in and reports indicate that the offices inside were “extensively damaged by flames and smoke” – all to fight back against the overturning of Roe v. Wade.
Jane’s Revenge took credit for another recent incident in Madison, Wisc. The group firebombed the headquarters of Wisconsin Family Action (WFA), a pro-life organization.
Just like the Eggertsville incident, Jane’s Revenge threw Molotov cocktails into the WFA building and spray painted its walls with the following message:
“If abortions aren’t safe, then you aren’t either,” followed by an anarchist symbol.
According to CompassCare CEO Jim Harden, these acts of violent destruction are “the face of abortion.”
“They’re revealing it to us right now,” he said in a video, pointing behind him to the vandalism of his group’s building. “We’re all about life. We want to save every single human life we possibly can. And they’re looking to destroy our ability to do that. But they did not succeed.”
Not one, but two different locations inside the CompassCare building were set on fire at around 2:30 a.m., prompting the Eggertsville Hose Company and several other volunteer companies to fight the blaze.
Amherst police, town fire investigators and an Erie County Sheriff’s Office K-9 unit also arrived on the scene, determining that $150,000 in damage was caused to the structure and its contents.
Brian J. Kulpa, Amherst’s Supervisor, said some kind of incendiary device was used to light the fire. There is no justification for this crime, he added, and town police are investigating it as arson while pursuing a path of prosecution.
While nobody was inside the building at the time of the fire, emergency responders were forced to risk their own lives while putting out the fire, Kulpa added. Two volunteer firefighters had to be treated for minor injuries but they have since been released from the hospital.
“No matter who you are or what your political opinion is, you know, there’s no given right to express your opinion through violent actions,” Kulpa said.
CompassCare, which is based out of Rochester, acquired the former medical office on Eggert Road in 2019. That same year, it retrofitted the building and opened it as a crisis pregnancy center to help women save their unborn babies.
The group’s expansion into the Buffalo area followed a merger with three other independent crisis pregnancy centers, expanding the group’s ability to provide free basic medical care as well as counseling to women in need.
“So if we can give her a vision, or a future after having a child, saying, ‘I can do this, I see now it’s possible,’ she’s truly empowered,” Harden explained.
About 20 women per week on average visit CompassCare’s Eggertsville location – or at least they did. Now that the building is destroyed, they will have nowhere to go until the property is fixed and restored to what it was.
Jane’s Revenge, meanwhile, promised to undertake a “Night of Rage” in response to the leaked opinion from the Supreme Court about overturning Roe v. Wade. Hopefully, the group’s members are tracked down and dealt with before they cause any further damage or destruction of private property.
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