Upset staff said a pro-abortion militant accidentally attacked Portland's pregnancy support center after the Roe v. Wade case was overturned. Said on Monday.
Secretary General Maura White of the Center for Maternal and Child Education, self-proclaimed Abortion Liberal,told Fox Newsthat Oregon's nonprofits are helping young mothers and babies in need. The official position on the controversial abortion issue's uproar.
"My organization is a non-profit organization that supports mothers, families, children in need, and babies between the ages of 0 and 5," she said. "We're just there to help people, and they mistakenly thought we were against abortion and doing everything. The violence was terrible," White said. Nonprofits suffered at least $ 10,000 after oppositionbroke windows and sprayed the slogan.
She warned her before a potential attack by local police and said she was sympathetic after her destruction occurred.
However, she said local police officers were significantly less alert when it came to crime due to the "police defense" sentiment in the area.
"I feel that the'police defense'movement definitely affected their ability to act more aggressively on the streets," she said. "That's really disappointing."
Democrat White said he upheld the right to protest, but the U.S. Supreme Court's decision to revoke the Roe v. Wade case, where the federal government guaranteed women's rights. In response, he blamed the wave of anxiety that shook Portland. For abortion.
"Freedom of speech is not breaking the business that is helping people, helping children," she said.
White decides that her center has already given birth to a child He said he was helping people.
"They have already made that choice," she said, adding that her organization is under attack on social media. "They don't understand what we're doing."
Nonprofits are struggling to buy diapers, strollers, and other basic necessities. Support the mother.
"They love children "She said. "We're just helping them become the best parents possible."
Insurance helps pay some of the damages, but White she's high He said he had a deduction and inevitably had to bear part of the cost.
"It's not that fair," she said.