Pro-choice protesters using map created by UGA professors to target pro-life clinics

Radical anti-abortion groups such as Jane’s Revenge are reportedly using a map provided by two Univerisity of Georgia professors to target pro-life crisis pregnancy centers in the wake of Roe v. Wade being overturned.

Dozens of centers have already been vandalized, threatened, or attacked across the nation in anticipation of the landmark abortion case being overturned by the Supreme Court. Now that it has been, domestic terrorist pro-abortion groups are organizing further. With the help of maps such as the one provided by the professors, they can easily plan their next assault, according to Fox News.

The “Crisis Pregnancy Center Map” reportedly targets the exact street addresses of pro-life clinics across the country. It conveniently allows far-left activists to identify the closest clinics to them.

The map’s primary objective is “to provide location information about all of the crisis pregnancy centers operating in the U.S.” The website where the map is provided refers to these pro-life clinics as “fake women’s health centers.”

Extremists are targeting the clinics while deftly avoiding explicitly calling for violence against them. However, the goal is patently obvious to many.

An Antifa-linked group called the Puget Sound Anarchists, which operates out of Washington state, included the map in a post describing the vandalism of a pro-life clinic in the state.

“You can find your nearest fake abortion clinic on the Crisis Pregnancy Center Map,” the post alleged with a link to the map.

Twin Cities Encampment Responders out of Minnesota also tweeted out a link to the map not too long after the Supreme Court announced its ruling in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health on Friday.

“A map of anti-abortion fake clinics, including dozens around the Twin Cities area… you know, just because information is power,” the group wrote, walking a fine line of incitement in the tweet. It was shared hundreds of times on Twitter.

The presumably violence-prone activist group describes itself as “Autonomous individuals coming together to organize eviction defense, cop watch, & mutual aid for Twin Cities encampments & beyond.”

Another Antifa-aligned group named Colorado Liberation and Autonomy tweeted out a link to the map and captioned it, “Defend reproductive rights. If abortions are not safe, neither are you.”

“Your local crisis pregnancy center tonight. Mask up. Stay dangerous,” an anonymous contributor urged in a graphic that accompanied the tweet.

The professors behind the map, Drs. Andrea Swartzendruber and Danielle Lambert, are refusing to comment on it, according to Fox News.

The violent pro-abortion group Jane’s Revenge has been leading the way in attacks but many groups are following its lead across the nation. The group is also reportedly linked to Antifa. They have attacked clinics in multiple cities, painting graffiti on them and setting some of them on fire. They firebombed a Wisconsin pregnancy clinic in May.

In a letter sent out in June, Jane’s Revenge vowed to step up the violence and their attacks.

The letter stated how “easy and fun it is to attack” and promised “increasingly drastic measures against oppressive infrastructures,” asserting this time “those measures may not come in the form of something so easily cleaned up as fire and graffiti.”

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