The tolerant left showed their humanity and love for women and children by setting a crisis center on fire in Longmont Saturday, and left behind this warning that “If abortions aren’t safe neither are you.”

That’s the critical thinking embraced by progressives these days.

The outcome of the Supreme Court decision to strike down Roe v. Wade was to return authority to states to set abortion laws — Colorado being the most permissive allowing abortions up until the moment  a child is born.

The left’s reaction of bizarre temper tantrums and outbursts of violence makes some wonder what was next on their radical agenda? Forced abortions to prevent climate change?

Seriously, rational people don’t make a habit of vandalizing and trying to burn down Christian crisis centers that serve pregnant women in need, who actually want to give birth and raise their children.

And yet Colorado leaders are completely MIA on the message that It’s not okay to threaten women, children, or Christians.

And of all people, vice president of the Boulder Valley School District’s Board of Education, Lisa Sweeney-Miran, should know that.

Going to the mattresses is a phrase from “The Godfather” that signals a gang war. This is a threat of violence. From an educator.

School officials have been encouraging political unrest among our children for years. To see them publicly condone violence now, one can’t help but reconsider the root of violence in our schools that has taken hold this century.

The media reports of the attack on the Life Choices center has been devoid of any hint of any humanity or emotion.

Instead, their stark coverage echoes the message of the criminals: “If abortions aren’t safe neither are you.” Reporters must have used up all their purple prose, gnashing of teeth and demands for justice on the January 6 dog-and-pony show.

Matt Connelly of Campfire Colorado explains why Democrat leaders are also silent on these attacks — they just don’t give a damn.

In recent days, Governor Jared Polis has tweeted about a Triceratops, Star Wars, and Nikola Jokic.
Attorney General Phil Weiser has tweeted about a ladybug, robocalls, and Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Senator Michael Bennet has tweeted about Star Wars, electric vehicles, his time at Yale Law School, and his support for pro-abortion extremism.
None of them have tweeted about hate crimes being perpetrated against Christians in Colorado.

Progressives believe that silence is violence. If that’s truly the case, the reaction from their Democrat leaders makes Attila the Hun look like a reasonable man.