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CompassCare in Buffalo, New York sustained damage caused by radical pro-abortion extremists Jane's Revenge.CompassCare

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BUFFALO, New York (LifeSiteNews) — Pro-life pregnancy center CompassCare was firebombed early this morning in the latest attack by pro-abortion group Jane’s Revenge.

Pro-abortionists smashed windows in the reception room and nurses’ office and threw firebombs inside, CompassCare reported.

“This is the pro-abortion ‘Kristallnacht,’” CompassCare’s CEO Jim Harden said, referring to the wave of violence and destruction meted out by the Nazis and their supporters against the Jews in Germany and occupied territories in November 1938.

Jane’s Revenge, a violent pro-abortion group, has been attacking numerous pro-life organizations in what they call a “Night of Rage.”

“Because of this act of violence, the needs of women facing unplanned pregnancies will go unmet and babies will die,” Harden said.

“I wonder if Gov. (Kathy) Hochul will veto the Pregnancy Center Investigation Bill? I wonder if Attorney General Letitia James will investigate these cowardly criminals?”

Despite the recent violence against pro-lifers, Hochul pledged$35 million of taxpayer funds to increase security at abortion clinics. Additionally, New York passed legislation investigating pro-life pregnancy centers for not performing abortions.

CompassCare is a pro-life center that offers help to pregnant women, including ultrasounds that show women their unborn children. The organization also helps women to carry their babies to term.

“CompassCare will rebuild because women deserve better,” Harden promised. “CompassCare will not stop serving because pre-born boys and girls deserve protection.”

In response to the recent pro-abortion violence and threats to the center, CompassCare alerted local police and FBI and contacted security professionals to develop a safety plan.

However, this did not deter the vandals, who boldly wrote “Jane Was Here” on the side of the building.

Jane’s Revenge may be a reference to the 1970s-era group called “Jane’s Collective,” whose members were arrested for illegally providing abortions. Their charges were dismissed after Roe v. Wade was decided by the U.S. Supreme Court in 1973.

The incident is the latest in a rash of attacks on churches and pregnancy centers, including the vandalizing of four churches early Sunday morning in Olympia, Washington. This crime was openly committed by Jane’s Revenge as a protest against the expected overturning of Roe v. Wade. A leaked U.S. Supreme Court draft majority opinion indicated that this is a strong possibility.

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