Every time one of my friends stands up to call out the PLAL’s weaponized prayer campaign, I shed tears of gratitude. In this post, Andrea does more than that — connecting the actions to a familial legacy of bullying. It’s a spot on analysis. Read and follow her work.
Two incidents are weighing heavily on my mind these days:
- The near-destruction of an abortion clinic in Montana. To call it vandalism is to understate the level of chaos and destruction, and the impact on the business and the clients. Expensive medical equipment broken, medical records destroyed, and a building so trashed, the entire practice is having to move into a new location.
- The poster being distributed across the internet, across the country, featuring the names, photographs, and some personally-identifying information about three people active in the reproductive rights movement. This article explains very eloquently how problematic this particular call for “prayer” is.
These two episodes trouble me because of what connects them—each was perpetrated by second-generation anti-abortion activists.
In Montana, they’ve arrested a suspect:
[A] suspect, Zachary Jordan Klundt, was arrested Tuesday in connection with the break-in . . . Klundt is the son of Twyla Klundt…
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