Liberal Terrorists Set Fire to Pro-Lifer's Car, Threaten His Children

  • 01/13/2020 12:00 AM
  • Source: AAN
  • by: AAN Staff
Liberal Terrorists Set Fire to Pro-Lifer's Car, Threaten His Children
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A pro-abortion feminist group is claiming credit for a terrorist attack in which a pro-life activist’s car was set on fire, his home address published and his children threatened.

“Gunnar Schupelius, a conservative blogger and columnist for the Berlin newspaper BZ, is well-known for his pro-life views. He frequently promotes the German March for Life through his writing,” LifeNews reports. “Recently, in the German blog Chronik, radical pro-abortion feminists took credit for setting Schupelius’s vehicle on fire on Dec. 31 in Berlin-Wilmersdorf. The blog also identified where Schupelius lives with his children, potentially a means of further intimidating him.”

“We torched his SUV today. The BMW SUV parked in front of his apartment on…,” the leftists wrote, publishing his home address. 

“Schupelius lives there with his children,” the leftists wrote, hoping to terrorize his family.

The leftists gleefully published photos they took of his torched car, along with a photograph of Schupelius’ home as a tow truck carried the destroyed car away.

The leftists attempted to justify their terrorist attack, writing “Every year he mobilizes for the ‘March for Life’ of opponents of abortion and repeatedly makes it clear what he thinks of women and their duties.”

The German attack comes as leftists in the United States are stepping up their campaign of violence against Christians who pray in front of abortion clinics.  With the annual “40 Days For Life” campaign approaching, there has been a wave of videotaped assaults against pro-life prayer vigils, with almost-weekly new videos of Christians being punched, kicked and otherwise assaulted.

LifeNews writes they reported more than 100 incidents in 2019 alone, “including arson, assaults, death threats and numerous acts of vandalism.”
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