Source: AP Photo/Matt Rourke
Pro-life pregnancy centers have been targeted by a rise of vandalism and even violence ever since someone leaked the draft opinion in Dobbs v. Jackson, showing that the U.S. Supreme Court was looking to overturn Roe v. Wade. Despite the Court term having come to a close on Thursday, we still do not know who leaked the draft opinion, which was similar to the final draft.
Democrats have mostly been silent on these attacks, even when they occur in their own states.
A particularly egregious example comes from New York. Earlier this month, the CompassCare Pregnancy Services center in Buffalo was firebombed . In response, Gov. Kathy Hochul’s office sent the barest of statements to The Buffalo News, which read that “Governor Hochul condemns violence of any kind, and the State Police stand ready to assist local authorities with the investigation.” Attorney General Letitia James’ office couldn’t be bothered to respond for comment to the outlet.
The treatment of pregnancy centers in New York is back in the news, though, because what the attorney general does find fitting to speak about is to call on Google , “to correct search results that direct individuals seeking abortions to dangerous and misleading anti-abortion clinics in New York.” There was no such press release around the time of when CompassCare was targeted.
CompassCare is itself facing a state probe, but vows to reopen, according to The Tablet : AMHERST, N.Y. — At the same time CompassCare Pregnancy Services CEO Jim Harden works with local and federal authorities to solve a firebombing attack last month against one of the organization’s centers outside of Buffalo, his legal team braces for an investigation into its practices by the New York State Health Commissioner, a move he considers “unethical, very unjust targeting.”
When The Tablet spoke […]
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