Two University of Georgia professors have published a map of pro-life clinics for their students to vandalize
Two professors at the University of Georgia have published a map of pro-life crisis pregnancy centers across the United States, decrying them as “fake women’s health centers.”
Since the initial leak of the Roe v. Wade decision, dozens of pro-life centers and organizations have been targeted, vandalized, and even firebombed. This has already ramped up dramatically since yesterday’s Supreme Court of the United States ruling, which overturned Roe v. Wade.
Many ANTIFA-aligned groups of far-left students and other radical individuals have been using the map provided by the professors to target these clinics for vandalism and more, posting the map and the precise locations of these centers on Twitter and stopping just short of explicit calls for violence. However, their supporters and members do not need them to be explicit.
From broken windows and obscene messages to firebombings, pro-life institutions across the country are under attack, and the map published by these professors and shared by groups of anarchists and radical leftists such as Washington state’s Puget Sound Anarchists or Minnesota’s Twin Cities Encampment Responders has provided just the tools necessary to make this so.
The radical pro-abortion group known as Jane’s Revenge also vowed in a letter to escalate their already obscene tactics, describing how “easy and fun it is to attack” pro-life centers and vowing to take “increasingly drastic measures against oppressive infrastructures,” stating that from now on, “those measures may not come in the form of something so easily cleaned up as fire and graffiti.”
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The calls for violence and destruction against harmless pro-life institutions are just shy of explicit when they couple messages such as “if abortions aren’t safe, neither are you,” along with the locations of pro-life clinics. The professors responsible have not been named.