Security fences went up overnight around the Supreme Court to prevent radicals from damaging or rushing the highest court in the land where justices are considering whether to overturn Roe v. Wade and return powers back to the states to determine abortion laws.
Justice Samuel Alito, who wrote a draft decision overturning the law that was leaked to the liberal media, is already cancelling appearances and won’t be participating in a judicial conference that begins Thursday.
Police have activated additional forces to protect the property from protestors that have included Democrat U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren, and will likely remain until the court issues its actual opinion that could go either way in June or July.
Sadly, churches in Colorado don’t have security fences or their own police forces to protect their property from radical, political activists.
A Catholic church in Boulder was vandalized this week with spray painted messages on the building and across the front door reading “My Body My Choice” and “Keep Your Religion Off Our Bodies.”
A stained glass window was severely damaged and a truck was spray-painted with an antifa symbol and the words “My body my choice.”
Jesus hearts abortion was sprayed across the brick wall at the Sacred Heart of Mary church along with more antifa symbols and “bans off our bodies.”
Fox 31 has the photos, which are reprehensible.
“I think at this point, we have decided to leave it up. We think it’s important for people in the community to see there are people out there who are doing these things because we are not the only church. There’s been a number of churches vandalized. Not only Catholic churches, but other churches too,” said Mark Evevard (youth minister).
No word on whether the vandals will be charged with hate crimes or their affiliated organization reported to the Southern Poverty Law Center to be listed as hate groups.