A pregnancy center in Baltimore was allegedly vandalized with threatening messages over the weekend as pro-abortion supporters took to the streets in protest of the pending Supreme Court decision on Roe v. Wade.
The Alpha Pregnancy Center in Reisterstown claims messages were spray-painted on its walls Saturday, threatening the safety of those who work there. “If abortions aren’t safe, neither are you,” one message read. “Not a clinic,” read another message. “You’re anti-choice and not pro-life,” read another.
On its website, Alpha Pregnancy Center said it does “not offer or refer for pregnancy terminations or birth control. Information is provided as an educational service and should not be relied on as a substitute for professional and/or medical advice.”
The messages were signed “Jane’s Revenge,” the same group that allegedly vandalized and set fire to a clinic belonging to Wisconsin Family Action.
According to WBALTV, evidence shows that “whoever was responsible spray-painted over surveillance cameras, which could hinder the police investigation.”
Supporters and donors of the center called the actions hateful.
“Everything’s just hateful out there — hate, hate, hate,” said donor Bruce Carter.
“I’m coming here, it’s my first time, just first time right now as my wife is pregnant,” said one anonymous supporter.
The attack on the pregnancy center comes as pro-abortion activists have been protesting the leaked Supreme Court decision signaling that Roe v. Wade could be overturned. In Portland this month, the left-wing radical group Antifa reportedly attacked a crisis pregnancy center, breaking several windows and writing vulgar messages.