Abortion activists desecrated the home of a pro-life lawmaker in Britain, spray-painting it with death threats and littering it with condoms.
According to LifeNews, Tory MP Jacob Rees-Mogg was on vacation with his wife and six children "when their home was spray-painted with profanities and littered with condoms and a sex toy." Police believe the vandals were pro-abortion anarchists that specifically targeted the MP for his pro-life views.
"The perpetrators, allegedly pro-abortion anarchists, spray-painted the word “scum” and an anarchist symbol on his wife’s vehicle," reports LifeNews. "The vandals also stuck a sex toy covered with a condom on the vehicle."
The family's garage also had the words "shut up and die" spray-painted across. The words "posh scum" and "politics death" were emblazoned on his patio window. A cross in their yard was pelted with condoms.
Rees-Mogg is a pro-life Catholic who has repeatedly called for an end to abortion in the U.K. Back in 2017, he told the BBC that over 185,000 abortions occur every year in Britain and that he would support an amendment to restrict the practice "by as many weeks as possible."
Though the worst damage was done to his wife's vehicle, Rees-Mogg agrees with police that abortion activists targeted him, specifically.
"It was my wife’s car so they got the wrong car," he told The Sun. "It looks to me like a bunch of … somebody had a pint or two too many scrumpy. However, it has all been cleared up so this drunken protest will not even have a short-term effect."
As noted by LifeNews, vandalism by abortion activists is not foreign to the United States. Just last week, in fact, "authorities said someone intentionally set fire to a new Republican Party office in Wyoming just days after it opened."