Roe v. Wade Aftermath – a Lesson From The Ongoing War
While pro-lifers celebrated the overturning of Roe v. Wade—called by jurists “bad law”—abortion terrorists revealed their murderous rage.
The group Ruth Sent Us published the home addresses of six Supreme Court justices, leading to front-yard protests and threats against the justices and their families and suggested targeting the children of Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett.
Another group of pro-abortion thugs, Jane’s Revenge, attacked pro-life pregnancy centers. On June 15 this group published its manifesto promising that the attacks will increase and stated they “find joy” in creating fear and mayhem and promised a “Night of Rage” in which disgruntled abortion activists guaranteed to “unleash hell” and that “anything goes.” “We need to express this madness fully and with ferocity. We need to quit containing ourselves. We need them to be afraid of us.”
As Matt Staver of Liberty Counsel wrote, “Roe may be dead but Jezebel is still alive and well.”
Instead of condemning the senseless and destructive rage, President Biden has fueled the fire by blaming Trump’s pro-life court appointees and claiming that abortion is healthcare. In front of the Supreme Court Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer joined pro-choice protesters on the day justices debated the constitutionality of a piece of Louisiana legislation titled “Louisiana Unsafe Abortion Protection Act.”
With venom in his voice and a devilish look on his face Schumer yelled, “I want to tell you Neil Gorsuch, and you Brett Kavanaugh, you have unleashed a whirlwind, and you will pay the price. You won’t know what hit you, if you go forward with these awful decisions.”
The Court was hearing a challenge to a Louisiana law that required doctors who perform abortions to have admitting privileges at nearby hospitals, a law opponents said would limit women’s access to abortion in the state.
If any one has ever had any doubts about the legitimacy of the pro-abortion crowd, all doubts should quickly vanish. This is a group that has far exceeded the limits of peaceful discourse and moral propriety.