Pro-Life Billboard Vandalized – ‘Kill Them Kids’ Plastered on Baby’s Face

If there’s one thing feminazis in this country are passionate about, it is their “right” to murder their unborn children.

On Monday, a pro-life billboard in Portland, Oregon had to be removed after it was vandalized with the words “kill them kids” written across the sign, and the baby’s eye crossed out.

How disgusting of a human being do you have to be to think murdering innocent babies is funny or okay? I am sure they had a good laugh with their pink hat wearing buddies, but the rest of us are watching in horror…

The billboard displayed an advertisement for a nonprofit group called ProLife Across America. It read “Protect the babies” and noted that babies have a “heartbeat 18 days from conception.”

Journalist Andy Ngo tweeted a photo of the billboard and wrote, “A pro-life billboard in Portland was vandalized with the message, “Kill them kids.” When Roe v Wade was overturned last year, a number of pregnancy resource centers in Portland (and elsewhere) were attacked. Antifa militants posted the addresses on Twitter.”

The Portland Police Bureau told KOIN 6 News that it’s unclear if any police reports have been filed in connection to the vandalism at this time. KOIN 6 also reached out to ProLife Across America and the owner of the billboard, Outfront Media, about the incident.

Outfront Media Operations Manager David Spivey told KOIN 6 that the company removed the vandalized billboard during the morning hours of Jan. 2. In an email to KOIN 6, ProLife Across America Director Mary Ann Kuharski said that the organization hopes to replace the signage.

Planned Parenthood Advocates of Oregon Executive Director An Do told KOIN 6 that the vandalism doesn’t represent the organization’s values. Planned Parenthood Advocates of Oregon’s focus, she said, has always been to restore, protect, and expand access to abortion and sexual and reproductive health care for everyone, regardless of the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade in June of 2022.

“In the last six months since the Dobbs decision, we have devoted our time and resources to responding to the public health crisis unleashed by the Supreme Court’s decision,” Do told KOIN 6. “Our singular goal is to help patients – both those in Oregon and those forced to flee their states – overcome barriers to get the essential health care they need and deserve. That means focusing on health care and human rights, not vandalism.​”

This is not the first time vandalism has happened in the name of pro-choice. During the summer of 2022, there was graffiti plastered in several locations to protest the overturning of Roe v Wade by the Supreme Court in June.

What a sad day and age we are living in.


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