CompassCare’s Buffalo Office Firebombed by Abortion Terrorists

After Firebombing, NY Pro-Life Group Calls On Democrats To Denounce Violence

Liberals angry over the conservative majority of the U.S. Supreme Court possibly overturning Roe v. Wade, continue to lash out with violence.

The scariest incident was the arrest early Wednesday of Nicholas John Roske, a California man who told authorities he had traveled from the West Coast to suburban Maryland to kill Justice Brett Kavanaugh because he was upset over the court’s leaked draft opinion that is expected to upend the 1973 Roe decision.

Yet a day earlier, radical pro-abortion activists firebombed a Buffalo crisis pregnancy center in protesting the court’s anticipated decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, a case that tests Mississippi’s ban on abortion after 15 weeks.       

According to The Daily Wire, vandals smashed windows and set fire to the medical office of CompassCare, a pro-life crisis pregnancy center. The criminals also spray-painted graffiti saying “Jane Was Here,” the slogan of a group of thugs called Jane’s Revenge, which has claimed credit for a similar attack on a pro-life group in Madison, Wisconsin, last month.

CompassCare’s Buffalo Office Firebombed by Abortion Terrorists
Credit: CompassCare

In response, CompassCare CEO Jim Harden wondered in a statement on Tuesday if New York state authorities would investigate the “cowardly criminals” behind the violence.

“This is the pro-abortion ‘Kristallnacht.’ Because of this act of violence, the needs of women facing unplanned pregnancy will go unmet and babies will die,” said Harden, referring to the November 1938 attack on Jews by Nazis in Germany.

In a video released Wednesday, Harden said it would take “months” for the clinic to resume normal operations. He also said the attack would not deter CompassCare.

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“They broke glass in the middle of the night, under the cover of darkness, to keep us from doing the work of the Lord, from being the light of the world,” Harden said. “And we’re not gonna stop.”

He then called on Democratic Gov. Kathy Hochul, who recently provided $35 million to “protect abortionists,” to “denounce this violence against pregnancy centers.”

“This is the work of the Church, this is the work of the Lord,” Harden added.

“Everyone is equally valuable, from the womb to the tomb, because we’re made in the image of God, without qualification, no matter who it is — even the people who performed this terrorist attack of arson. They, too, are deserving of blessing. We pray that they come to Christ.”

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