The Pro-Abortion Kristallnacht

Domestic terrorists have attacked 60 pro-life centers


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July 05, 2022

Since the leaked Supreme Court Dobbs decision on May 2, 2022, radical pro-abortion activists have vandalized or firebombed 60 pro-life pregnancy resource centers, reports 

Guest host Adam McManus interviews Jim Harden, the CEO of CompassCare Pregnancy Center in Buffalo, New York, whose pro-life medical office was firebombed on June 7th, reported the New York Post.  

Harden said, “This is the pro-abortion Kristallnacht.” Kristallnacht was The Night of Broken Glass on November 9th, 1938 when Nazi leaders smashed the glass of the Jewish-owned businesses, synagogues, and homes throughout Germany. 

Jane's Revenge, which issued a May 30th statement about their “Night of Rage,” has claimed responsibility for many of these violent acts. 

On June 15th, Jane’s Revenge released a second disturbing statement in which they said, "We have demonstrated in the past month how easy and fun it is to attack. We promised to take increasingly drastic measures.”

The group’s name is a reference to the “Jane Collective,” an underground group in Chicago that helped mothers obtain illegal abortions prior to the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision.

In their conversation, they discuss:

*  The letter from 120 Congressman urging Attorney General Merrick Garland to investigate the acts of abortion terrorism.

*  How New York Democrat Governor Kathy Hochel called pro-lifers as sub-human.

*  Harden’s 6-point Pro-Life Equal Protection Plan.

*  How medical pro-life pregnancy centers will compete with the faltering abortion empire.

*  The dangers of chemical abortion pills which women are ordering by mail and taking at home. 15% of them will become infertile.

About Your Host, Kevin Swanson

Homeschooled himself in the 1960's and 70's, Kevin Swanson and his wife, Brenda, are now homeschooling their five children. Since graduating from his homeschool and then serving as student body president of a large west coast university, he has gone on to other leadership positions in corporate management, church, and other non-profits.