The following article, Roe v. Wade War Continues with Arson at Oregon Right-to-Life Building, was first published on Flag And Cross.
This summer could be a violent one in the United States, thanks to a likely decision by the Supreme Court that was leaked just days ago.
The court’s decision to overturn the landmark abortion case Roe v. Wade was leaked last week by an unknown party, causing an uproar among not only the American electorate for which the issue so highly emotional, but also among judicial scholars who’ve suggested that the unprecedented breach could change the way in which the court operates moving forward.
Now, as the inevitable reversal of Roe looms in the distance, those who are opposed to the move are turning violent.
Arson investigators are seeking information about a small fire that ignited Sunday night during a suspected break-in attempt at the Oregon Right to Life office in Keizer.
An engine and a battalion chief responded to a report of a small blaze around 10:40 p.m. at the Right to Life building at 4335 River Rd N, according to Keizer Fire District Deputy Fire Marshal Anne-Marie Storms.
At least one person tried to break a building window, but was unsuccessful, according to Lt. Trevor Wenning, a spokesperson for the Keizer Police Department. The person then lit two Molotov cocktails and threw them toward the building, which led to the small fire.
This is far from the first instance of violence stemming from the leak of the draft decision, and given what we know about the liberal left’s penchant for chaos, it likely won’t be the last either.
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