Last month, the American College of Pediatricians achieved a significant victory when a federal judge ruled in their favor and put a halt to the Food and Drug Administration’s endorsement of mifepristone – a medication used in chemical abortions.
However, a few weeks later, the organization suffered a cyberattack that was intended to cause severe harm by hackers. To make matters worse, the news of the breach was leaked to an antagonistic journalist, who aimed to damage the group’s reputation.
Pro-life establishments and individuals have faced continuous assaults since the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade last year. Pregnancy resource centers have been vandalized by the militant group Jane’s Revenge, and pro-life father Mark Houck was detained by the FBI in Pennsylvania. Additionally, a disturbed pro-abortion individual plotted to assassinate Justice Brett Kavanaugh.Click to read full article Go back home