March 22, 2017 (LifeSiteNews) — Pro-lifers are frequently accused by pro-aborts as being violent. The truth is, abortion activists not only defend the bloodiest practice on earth but are the ones who perpetrate violence.
Police report after police report shows abortion supporters threaten pro-lifers frequently, and actually commit violent attacks against pro-lifers, such as the shooting ambush of the Washington, D.C. headquarters of the Family Research Council.
Further examples of pro-abort violence are incidents that the media initially attribute to a pro-lifer, but then later it’s discovered the attacker had nothing to do with a pro-life organization, such Robert Lewis Dear Jr. (Of course, the media ignore such facts.)
These days, violence is also utilized by social liberals, as the widespread rioting in the wake of Donald Trump's election proves.
Post-election rioters across the country destroyed property, set vehicles aflame, and threw rocks at police — while then-President Obama did nothing.
Inauguration riots continued in much the same vein, with “protesting” criminals vandalizing businesses and setting cars on fire.
A March 4 rally supporting President Trump was met with vicious “protesters” wielding metal pipes, baseball bats, two-by-fours, bricks, and daggers.
When Obama was elected, social conservatives were devastated and deeply concerned for our nation because of his extremist views favoring infanticide, abortion, Islam, euthanasia, drugs, gay marriage, and the like. But nobody rioted, burned cars, broke store windows, or beat Obama supporters nearly to death just for a “Yes We Can” bumper sticker.
It seems whenever someone disagrees with a liberal benchmark issue, such as abortion, violence is threatened.
At the Women's March on Washington, which kicked out any organization that believed in the sanctity of innocent human life, marchers screamed at women criticizing Planned Parenthood, blatantly expressed hate, destroyed property, and tore up pro-life signs.
Now it seems violence is also the go-to tool for the homosexual agenda. In Boston, LGBTQ activists threatened rioting, “large-scale” violence, and even “possible deaths” if they weren't allowed to parade themselves in St. Patrick's Day festivities.
And reality and truth have been thrown out the window. If anyone so much as questions the self-identity of a man who says he is a woman, violence is threatened, even by non-involved observers. That includes threats lobbed toward columnists who questioned Bruce Jenner being a “woman” show. (Just ask Matt Walsh at The Blaze.)
Meanwhile, the violence is increasing. British runner Michael Jeska, worried that his numerous awards from competing against women runners might be taken away, attempted to murder the officials who were investigating him.
With science increasingly proving both homosexual “orientation” and transgenderism is not “immutable” or unchangeable, those who suffer from such delusion are finding their only response is violence against anyone telling the truth.
Author Joe David offers one reason for this gay trend toward violence. “Our great universities, which were once citadels of reason, a safe place for open discourse, have abandoned both,” he wrote, “and they have become instead centers for cultivating insurrection, with minimal tolerance for truth and clear thinking.”
But I think it’s more than that. I think that the political establishment has sanctioned the rebellion of angry, confused, misguided, and fallen individuals.
Part whining entitlement believers and part the product of decades of sexual revolution, violence against conservatives is being encouraged, as the assault on Michael Savage demonstrates.
Nothing now stands in the way of such anarchy, least of all the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
America’s own leaders have even promoted this antagonism against the created order, which is ultimately, of course, against the Creator.