Liberal tries to Murder Pro-Life Activists Outside a Texas Planned Parenthood

In Austin, Texas Monday night an abortion supporting woman attempted to handle a problem by throwing a Molotov cocktail at it.

The woman drove by a Planned Parenthood abortion facility on Monday night and launched the homemade bomb at a group of pro-life activists who were gathered outside the facility. The group was gathered outside the clinic praying when the bomb landed among them. Fortunately the bottle did not break, and one of the activists was able to stomp out the flames before the bottle exploded. Someone in the group had the presence of mind to write down the woman’s license plate, and it wasn’t long before the police were able to apprehend her.

 

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“It had a lit wick, so my first instinct was to back away, then I wasn’t sure what to do. I ended up coming over and stamping on it, so it was a little bit nerve-racking. I thought about leaving it alone but then my thought was, ‘What if it explodes, what’s going to happen?’ So I decided it was worth coming back coming back over here and doing something about it.”

Interestingly, Planned Parenthood responded to the incident by decrying the use of violence, which is ironic, considering that abortion itself is a supremely violent act.

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