Violent Leftists: Four Catholic Churches Vandalized in Wisconsin over Roe Verdict

Wallace White | July 8, 2022
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The violence from the left against Catholic churches triggered by the Dobbs verdict has been non-stop this summer. The latest attacks have occurred in Wisconsin, where four different churches were attacked in Chippewa county in the first week of July,, as reported by National Catholic Register on July 7. 

The churches in question were Holy Ghost, Notre Dame, St. Charles Borromeo, and St. Peter the Apostle Catholic Churches in Chippewa county, according to the Register. All churches were sprayed with pro-abortion graffiti, including a drawn “X”, “Women,” and “Fetuses” with a ‘>’ symbol in between, and puzzlingly, “EX 21:22,” in reference to the Book of Exodus in the Bible. Patrol Sergeant Drew Zehm said the person of interest has been identified for the vandalism of all the churches.

Exodus 21:22 reads “If men quarrel, and one strikes a woman with child, and she miscarry indeed, but live herself: he shall be answerable for so much damage as the woman's husband shall require, and as arbiters shall award.” 

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What motivated the perpetrator to simply reaffirm the Church’s stance on abortion is beyond us. Yes, murdering a child is something one should be held accountable for. 

The Diocese of La Crosse did not respond with comment when contacted.

The perpetrator was caught on CCTV cameras outside St. Peter The Apostle the night of July 2-3. He was wearing all black, with a hood and mask, typical “black bloc” attire of the well-known leftist terror organization Antifa, although affiliation is not confirmed.

We can expect a lot more of this vandalism as the summer carries on and the left’s foot-soliders fight their evil fight for the right to murder a child. They’ll make sure to let Catholics know they’re not safe in America, not even at their houses of worship.


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