Vandalized Pregnancy Center in North Carolina Criticizes City Leaders’ Silence, Praises Police

The director of a crisis pregnancy center in North Carolina that was vandalized in 2022 said city leaders have been silent about the crime, but local police have gone out of their way to protect the organization.

“From the day of the attack to today, I haven’t had anyone [in leadership] just call me and say, ‘I’m sorry, we hate this happened in our town,'” Kristi Brown, executive director of Mountain Area Pregnancy Services (MAPS) in Asheville said.

MAPS was among several crisis pregnancy centers across the nation that were damaged last summer by the radical pro-abortion group Jane’s Revenge.

From Fox News:

Local police said they found broken windows and red paint splattered on the ministry's facility in West Asheville, along with an anarchist symbol and graffiti demanding "no forced births." A message scrawled in red on the sidewalk in front the entrance read: "If abortions aren't safe, neither are you!"

Brown said in the year since the incident, strangers who attend her speaking engagements at doctors' offices and community events have come up to her to express their sympathy, but she has yet to hear anything from political leaders of either Asheville or Buncombe County.