Group whose anti-abortion ad Amy Barrett signed accused of promoting harassment of doctors


Resident Canadian
Dec 1, 2020
Canada's Ocean Playground

An Indiana group whose anti-abortion campaign was endorsed in a signed advertisement by Amy Coney Barrett before she became a supreme court justice, keeps a published list of abortion providers and their place of work on its website, in what some experts say is an invitation to harass and intimidate the doctors and their staff.

In one case, court records show, a doctor whose name was published by the group, which is called Right to Life Michiana, was warned by the FBI of a kidnapping threat that had been made online against her daughter.

Impartial, my ass.

Gomez Adams

Grammar Fascist
Staff member
Dec 1, 2020
Suwanee, Georgia
I'm well aware of that one. According to the evangelicals that means that abortion is only OK if God makes it happen. :rolleyes:

The liberties they take with the thing Jesus and God allegedly said is entertaining in and of itself.

God: Thou shalt not kill

Evangelicals: He didn't mean that. He meant if everything is going OK then don't kill but if somebody performs an abortion or steals your car or tries to sleep in your barn you can blow their worthless asses to kingdom come with an AR15 rifle.