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According to a new report, there have been at least 40 instances of people in pro-life being targeted with violence, vandalism and harassment during the days of the week in which the leaked Supreme Court draft opinion was leaked, suggesting the abolition of the possibility of Row vs. Wade.

The report, released by Susan B. Anthony Pro-Life America, details 49 acts of violence, vandalism and harassment perpetrated by pro-abortion activists since the May 2 leak. At least 47 of those events targeted pro-life individuals, events, organizations, maternity centers and churches.

Law enforcement officers are on guard as protesters march past the home of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanagh on June 8, 2022, in Chevy Chase, Maryland.

Law enforcement officers are on guard as protesters march past the home of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanagh on June 8, 2022, in Chevy Chase, Maryland.
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“Every abortion is a violent act – violence against a murdered unborn child and violence against an injured mother is one of the deepest possible ways,” said Marjorie Dannenfelser, president of the organization, in a press release. “In contrast to that inherent violence, there is an extensive network of maternity wards, maternity homes and other organizations across America to serve women and families peacefully and lovingly.”

“President Biden, his administration and every elected official and candidate now need to unequivocally condemn them, including illegal picketing on the houses of Supreme Court judges and the assassination attempt on Justice Kavanagh,” she said.

The White House did not immediately respond to a request for comment on Fox News Digital.

At least 5 pro-life pregnancy centers were destroyed in the week following the Scottish opinion leak.

Susan B. Anthony Pro-Life America and more than a dozen other pro-life organizations have also sent a joint letter to U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland, asking the Justice Department to investigate the ongoing violence against pro-life individuals and organizations.

“One group is arguing violence in response to the Supreme Court’s final decision on Dobbs, another group has published home addresses and encouraged people to show up at Supreme Court judges’ houses, churches and their children’s schools. Force judges and influence their final decision,” the letter said.

Police officers watch abortion rights lawyers demonstrate outside the home of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanagh in Chevy Chase, Maryland, on May 18, 2022.

Police officers watch abortion rights lawyers demonstrate outside the home of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanagh in Chevy Chase, Maryland, on May 18, 2022.
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The pro-choice group “Jane’s Revenge” recently took credit for attacks on pro-life companies, including the May attack on the Wisconsin Family Action and the red light of a crisis maternity center in Washington, DC earlier this month.

Recently, a California man named Nicholas John Roske was convicted of attempted murder of Supreme Court Judge Brett Kavanagh after he was arrested near a judge’s home with a gun and other weapons.

“We urge you to publicly condemn these illegal attacks, to commit serious efforts to prevent and investigate and investigate them, and to engage with affected faith groups in advance to ensure that their concerns and security needs are met,” Pro-Life groups wrote in their letter.

Abortion-rights activists chanted

Abortion-rights activists chanted “abortion rights” with Rise Up 4 after visiting Supreme Court Judge Amy Connie Barrett’s home in False Church, Virginia on June 18, 2022.
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Meanwhile, spokesman Brian Bobbin, R-Texas and his House Republican colleagues withdrew the new resolution condemning pro-abortion “domestic terrorist violence” against churches and pro-life religious organizations.

Bobbin led a resolution hitting the House floor Thursday for the Justice Department over the priority of prosecuting parents through a teachers’ union letter comparing them to domestic terrorists instead of going after “anarchists” who are attacking churches.

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“According to the FBI’s definition, the DOJ is busy comparing concerned parents to domestic terrorists instead of prosecuting pro – abortion anarchists involved in domestic terrorism,” Bobin told Fox News Digital in a statement.

Fox News’ Timothy HJ Neroji and Houston Keane contributed to the report.