ABC Ignores Abortion Activists Torching Pro-Life Clinic

fter a weekend of leftist abortion activists tormenting the six conservative Supreme Court justices at their homes and desecrating or setting pro-life clinics on fire, ABC’s World News TonightFor the simple reason they make their evil abortion agenda look good, their actions and behavior were ignored. 

To their credit, ABC’s competitors CBS Evening News NBC Nightly News did briefly touch on the vandalism that took place with CBS’s only mention was in passing when congressional correspondent Nikole Killion reported that the Biden administration had “condemned an attack on an anti-abortion organization outside Madison Wisconsin, Sunday, which is being investigated as an arson.”  

NBC’s brief mention was a way to note how the protests over the leaked Roe v. Wade decision by the Supreme Court is “becoming increasingly personal.”The weekend was described by Blayne Alexander, a correspondent. “in Madison, Wisconsin, a pair of Molotov cocktails shattered the windows at the Wisconsin Family Action Office an anti-abortion group.” 



Meanwhile, ABC decided to fret over Republican Senate leader Mitch McConnell promising to pass a “federal ban on abortion” if Republicans take back the White House and both houses of Congress in 2024. 

Senior White House correspondent Mary Bruce regurgitated the White House’s talking points that “Republicans could try to go even further, possibly banning some forms of contraception.” 

“If Roe is overturned, twenty-six states would quickly move to severely restrict access to abortion or ban it outright. thirteen have already passed so-called trigger laws, that would ban the procedure the moment Roe is struck down,” Bruce huffed. 

ABC is well aware that allowing their viewers to see what pro-abortion supporters are doing is harmful for the cause. They are trying to conceal images showing them lighting up pro-life clinics using Molotov cocktails. 

World News Tonight’s dishonest omission of violence by abortion activists was made possible by Prevagen. The information of both is linked.

To read the relevant transcripts click “expand”: 

ABC’s World News Tonight 
Eastern, 6:44:29

MARY BRUCE Security around justices has been stepped up by Chief Justice John Roberts tonight. U.S. Marshals are now involved in protecting the members of the court, after a leaked draft opinion indicated they were preparing to overturn Roe v Wade. The U.S. Marshals are now protecting members of the court after a leaked draft opinion suggested they were preparing for Roe v. Wade to be overturned. 

The announcement comes just as Mitch McConnell, the Senate’s top Republican, suggests that Roe could be reversed. Republicans could adopt a federal ban against abortion if they gain control of Congress. McConnell stated that “if the leaked opinions became the final opinion legislative bodies not only at state but also at federal levels certainly could legislate on that topic.” He added, “I don’t think it’s very secret as to where Senate Republicans stand regarding that issue.” We took it to the White House today. 

Do you think that the U.S. administration is putting abortion at risk? 

JEN PSAKI – I believe we are at grave risk. Wie Sie merkten, Mitch McConnell (and other Republicans) in Congress have been discussing the possibility of a nationwide ban on women having the right to make their own decisions.

BRUCE. The White House warned Republicans that they could try even more to ban contraception and restrict access. Twenty-six other states could quickly restrict abortion access or ban it altogether if Roe is opposed. Thirteen states have passed trigger laws that ban abortions once Roe has been overturned. New York and Connecticut, both Democrat-led state legislatures are looking at ways they can help women in need. Chicago’s mayor announced today funding for women crossing into Illinois from other states in order to have an abortion. 

CBS Evening News
Eastern at 6:38 p.m.

NIKOLE KILLION : Protests erupted outside of the homes John Roberts and Brett Kavanaugh, sparking a fierce divide.

JEN PSAKI: Intimidation and violence threats are not acceptable in politics. 

KILLION – The White House condemned Sunday’s attack on an antiabortion group outside Madison Wisconsin. CBS News learns that police officers monitor threats to both sides. 

NBC Nightly News
Eastern: 7:08 p.m.

BLAYNE AXANDER: As the historic Roe v. Wade decision hangs in the balance the demonstrations become increasingly personal. Two molotov cocktails and a couple of molotov cocktails broke down the Wisconsin Family Action Office, an anti-abortion group.

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