On Tuesday September 20, Congressman Chris Smith of New Jersey announced a new House bill entitled Protect Pregnancy Care Centers Act 2022. It has twenty-eight sponsors and includes a partial chronological list of all pro-life pregnancy centers victimized by what appears to be a coordinated nationwide effort. If enacted, it would require the Department of
120 Congressmen demand the Department of Justice investigate the recent pro-abortion crimewave against pro-life pregnancy organizations as domestic terrorism. Congresswoman Claudia Tenney, of NY’s 22nd District, quoted CompassCare CEO, Jim Harden, in her press release: “It is the job of the government to protect all citizens, even the ones who disagree with prevailing government ideology.
The Supreme Court cut short their final decision release day. The Nation still awaits the anticipated reversal of Roe. Meanwhile, the pro-abortion terrorist group Jane’s Revenge took responsibility for the Buffalo firebombing of CompassCare’s pro-life pregnancy center saying, “You have seen us in… Buffalo NY…through attacking we find joy.” Their communique continues, “We have demonstrated
At noon on Monday, June 13, instead of allocating state resources to investigate criminal arson attacks at CompassCare’s medical office in Buffalo, Governor Kathy Hochul signed a bill that investigates pro-life pregnancy centers. Far from denouncing the violence, Kathy Hochul’s first action in the face of CompassCare’s firebombing is to use tax-payer dollars to attack
The Supreme Court is expected to release their ruling potentially overturning Roe v. Wade today, June 13 or Wednesday, June 15. Tensions are rising as pro-abortion activists plan to shut down all activity around the Supreme Court in anticipation of that release. Abortion terrorist group “Jane’s Revenge” is promoting a “Night of Rage” the evening