Pro-abortion rioters attacked a pro-life conference over the weekend, targeting the Texas pro-life group behind the state’s unique abortion ban that has been helping women and saving babies from abortions for almost 150 days.
Radical abortion activists attacked the group’s pro-life education conference for students in Austin, where they screamed and shouted and one feminist lit and threw smoke bombs at pro-life students attending the event.
“We spearheaded the biggest Pro-Life law to take effect since Roe v. Wade, the Texas Heartbeat Act. Now, they’re coming for blood,” Texas Right to Life informed LifeNews. “Today, socialist rioters barged into our Boots on the Ground educational conference in Austin. One woman lit smoke bombs on FIRE and launched them into a crowd of students inside.”
Texas Right to Life says it will now have to ramp up security at future pro-life events to protect participants, at a huge expense.
“Now we must add heightened security to keep our students and activists safe. The cost of protecting our staff and conference goers is not cheap, but we will do whatever it takes. This attack reminds us of the violence that abortion fosters. Devaluing Life in the womb leads to devaluing Life outside the womb,” it told LifeNews.
Texas Right to Life says it will not back down from protecting babies from abortion even in the face of violence.
“Forty-nine years ago today, the U.S. Supreme Court decided Roe v. Wade, the deadliest case of our lifetime. On this day we mourn the loss of millions of innocent lives, but also are reignited in our fight to see Roe overturned once and for all,” it said. “These violent rioters, and those who have made threats to us before, are angry because the Texas Heartbeat Act is making a difference. They are angry because we are winning.”