Pro-Abort Terrorists Declare War on Crisis Pregnancy Centers but Can They Rely on Merrick Garland's Pro-Abort Extremist Deputy for Help?


When a draft opinion overturning the shameful Roe vs. Wade decision was leaked (Politico Tries to Pre-Game SCOTUS by Publishing Leaked Draft Opinion Overturning Roe), I think most of us were surprised at the quantity and quality of psychopaths who suddenly surfaced attempting to retain the horrific practice of infanticide.


As far as I can tell, the first target was Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh. Kavanaugh was targeted for assassination by a pro-abort fanatic from California who apparently talked himself out of following through on his plot (Federal Grand Jury Indicts Man Who Tried to Assassinate Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh). That attempted assassination, just like the attempt to decapitate Republican congressional leadership by a typical Bernie Sanders voter, received scant attention from the press.

Kavanaugh’s home has been targeted for protests.

His children’s school has also been targeted for protests.

Justice Amy Coney Barrett’s home has been targeted for protests, along with her church and her children’s school.

While Supreme Court justices may soon get enhanced security to deal with the psychos, the people most at risk are getting no help from federal authorities and probably will get none. The new target of the pro-abort psychos is crisis pregnancy centers. One of the libels often directed at pro-life people is that we’re only interested in children so long as they are in the womb and don’t care about what happens after they are born. Nothing could be further from the truth. A nationwide network of groups, frequently church-based, provides clothing, infant formula, diapers, counseling, and assistance with locating resources.


Much like with the attempted mass murder of GOP congressmen, the egregious protests targeting Justices Kavanaugh and Coney Barrett at home and their children at school, and the Kavanaugh assassination attempt, there has been very little media attention; see Why Is the Media Silent as Leftist Groups Firebomb More Pro-Life Clinics?

The campaign to attempt to intimidate Supreme Court Justices and shut down crisis pregnancy centers seems organized along lines familiar to anyone who has observed other left-wing movements that combine political action and terrorism. For instance, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals is one of the public faces of an animal rights movement with violent organizations, like the Animal Liberation Front,  which routinely engage in burglarizing labs and destroying commercial animal husbandry facilities. Likewise, radical environmentalists have a public face that engages in entirely legal, First Amendment-protected activities and a terrorist wing, including Earth First, that engages in “direct action.”


This offensive by pro-aborts seems to follow the same pattern. There is an overt organization called “Ruth Sent Us.” It appears to be led by a couple of veteran activists from Unseat PAC. You can read more about “Ruth Sent Us” here. This group seems to be the driving force behind the demonstrations at the homes and schools of Supreme Court justices who value life. Here is one of their tweets announcing more protests.

The violent wing of the movement is “Jane’s Revenge,” see Jane’s Revenge: Meet the Group Firebombing Pro-Life Organizations. This group is dangerous and has overtly declared war on crisis pregnancy centers.

You have seen that we are real, and that we are not merely pushing empty words. As we said: we are not one group but many. You have seen us in Madison WI, Ft. Collins CO, Reisertown MA, Olympia WA, Des Moines IA, Lynwood WA, Washington DC, Ashville NC, Buffalo NY, Hollywood FL, Vancouver WA, Frederick MA, Denton TX, Gresham OR, Eugene OR, Portland OR, among others, and we work in countless locations invisibly. You’ve read the communiqués from the various cells, you’ve seen the proliferating messages in graffiti and elsewhere, and you know that we are serious.

We were unsurprised to see thirty days come and thirty days pass with no sign of consilience or even bare-minimum self-reflection from you who impersonate healthcare providers in order to harm the vulnerable. History may not repeat itself, but it certainly rhymes, and we’ve already seen such stanzas where medical autonomy is stripped away, humanity is increasingly criminalized, and merely surviving becomes largely untenable.

Your thirty days expired yesterday. We offered an honourable way out. You could have walked away. Now the leash is off. And we will make it as hard as possible for your campaign of oppression to continue. We have demonstrated in the past month how easy and fun it is to attack. We are versatile, we are mercurial, and we answer to no one but ourselves. We promised to take increasingly drastic measures against oppressive infrastructures. Rest assured that we will, and those measures may not come in the form of something so easily cleaned up as fire and graffiti. Sometimes you will see what we do, and you will know that it is us. Sometimes you will think you merely are unlucky, because you cannot see the ways which we interfere in your affairs. But your pointless attempts to control others, and make life more difficult, will not be met passively. Eventually your insurance companies, and your financial backers will realize you are a bad investment.

From here forward, any anti-choice group who closes their doors, and stops operating will no longer be a target. But until you do, it’s open season, and we know where your operations are. The infrastructure of the enslavers will not survive. We will never stop, back down, slow down, or retreat. We did not want this; but it is upon us, and so we must deal with it proportionally. We exist in confluence and solidarity with all others in the struggle for complete liberation. Our recourse now is to defend ourselves and to build robust, caring communities of mutual aid, so that we may heal ourselves without the need of the medical industry or any other intermediary. Through attacking, we find joy, courage, and strip the veneer of impenetrability held by these violent institutions.

And for the allies of ours who doubt the authenticity of the communiqués and actions: there is a way you can get irrefutable proof that these actions are real. Go do one of your own. You are already one of us. Everyone with the urge to paint, to burn, to cut, to jam: now is the time. Go forth and manifest the things you wish to see. Stay safe, and practice your cursive.

—Jane’s Revenge


By even the most charitable interpretation, this communique is a treat of violence that, given recent history, is likely to be acted on not only by “members” of “Jane’s Revenge” but fellow-traveling psychopaths. At a minimum, it is Henry II asking, “will no one rid me of this turbulent priest?” This is the kind of overt violent conspiracy that the FBI should be interested in unraveling, but so far, there is no indication of any federal interest or comment. Of course, the latter is no surprise as Joe Biden has yet to comment on the assassination attempt on Justice Kavanaugh (no, an omnibus “the president has made clear” declaration by a flunky doesn’t count).

Making matters worse, the Assistant Attorney General who would oversee any investigation is Kristen Clarke. Clarke is a virulent pro-abort who has frequently expressed hostility to crisis pregnancy centers.

Clarke showed her opposition to crisis pregnancy centers following a Supreme Court ruling in June 2018 that struck down a California requirement that the centers inform patients about state abortion services.

“The anti-choice movement will stop at nothing,” wrote Clarke, using left-wing activist jargon to refer to pro-life groups. She added the hashtags, “#EndTheLies” and “#ExposeFakeClinics.”

Clarke also said the centers prey on women of color. She said the Supreme Court decision would have “harmful consequences for women, especially women of color who are often targeted by predatory [crisis pregnancy centers].”

The Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, a civil rights group Clarke led at the time, alleged that crisis pregnancy centers “target some of the most vulnerable women in communities today.”

Asked about Clarke’s tweets, Rubio said she should be disqualified from overseeing any eventual investigation into the crisis pregnancy center attacks.

“Kristen Clarke never should have been confirmed,” Rubio told the Washington Free Beacon. “Her disdain toward the very people now under threat was predictable and it should be disqualifying. Attorney General Garland should make clear that Clarke will have no involvement in any of these cases as those move forward.”


The “#ExposeFakeClinics” hashtag favored by Clarke is standard fare for pro-abort extremists on Twitter when describing their efforts to shut down crisis pregnancy centers.

While Attorney General Merrick Garland has pledged to vigorously defend abortion facilities and Clarke has pressed federal charges against nonviolent pro-life protesters for “blocking” access to a kill-house, no one in DOJ has expressed the slightest curiosity about an organized, violent campaign directed at crisis pregnancy centers.


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