Democrats Vote Overwhelmingly Against Condemning Pro-Life Center Attacks

Over 200 House Democrats have voted against condemning the recurrent terrorist attacks against pro-life pregnancy centers, pro-life groups, and churches that have occurred since the leak of the early draft opinion, indicating that the Supreme Court would overturn Roe v. Wade.

The numbers were overwhelming with Reps. Vicente Gonzalez (D-TX), Chrissy Houlahan (D-PA) and Marie Gluesenkamp Perez (D-WA) the only House Democrats who supported the resolution.

According to reports from Catholic Vote, pro-abortion supporters have attacked around 78 pro-life groups and 108 churches since May. These numerous attacks have included vandalism and firebombings. The attackers have also left notes at the scenes of their malicious activities with the inscriptions reading, “If abortions aren’t safe, neither are you.”

The H. Res. 1233 expresses the House’s stance against the violators’ activities.

“The sense of the House of Representatives condemning the recent attacks on pro-life facilities, groups, and churches,” passed in the House with a 222-208 vote margin and almost every Democrat voted against it.

However, it seems that the Department of Justice has not considered these attacks an imminent threat, as authorities have arrested no one in connection with the incident. Several Democrats, such as radical far-left Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY), have not acknowledged nor condemned the attacks.

Democrats appear to have taken their disregard a step higher, as House Democrat leadership encouraged lawmakers to vote no on the resolution condemning the attacks. The Democrats justified their stance by stating that the resolution does not discuss attacks on pro-abortion groups.

“Assaults on abortion clinics increased 128% last year over 2020,” an email from Democratic Whip Katherine Clark states, quoting statistics from the National Abortion Federation.

This is one of the left’s favorite tricks, citing a lack of inclusivity as an argument to support their decision.

This resolution, by design, is centered on the attacks against pro-life centers. A rational move would have been to condemn the attacks and then request that the Republicans do the same in return or appear as hypocrites.

Instead, they use the fact that the resolution doesn’t capture attacks on pro-abortion entities as a way to vote against the measure, upsetting the radical pro-abortion activists in their camp.

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