Colorado Republican gubernatorial candidate Heidi Ganahl had the courage to join Campfire Colorado yesterday in Longmont, Colorado at the site of an attack by violent left-wing extremists against a crisis pregnancy center.
Ganahl condemned the attack against the Christian pregnancy center in strong terms and called on Jared Polis to summon the courage to do the same.
Life Choices was set on fire and vandalized with pro-abortion messages this last weekend following the Supreme Court’s decision on Roe v. Wade.
Governor Jared Polis, Attorney General Phil Weiser, Senator Michael Bennet, and many more Colorado Democrats have been silent on the attack.
The attack on Life Choices follows two attacks on Catholic Churches in recent weeks with similar messages, and a Colorado Democrat State Representative called David Ortiz comparing Christians to Al Qaeda and the Taliban.
In an interview with Campfire Colorado earlier last week, Kevin Klein, the director of the Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management in the Department of Public Safety said that he considered the attacks on Catholic Churches a hate crime and an example of domestic extremism.
Klein is also the designated homeland security advisor to Governor Jared Polis.
The FBI in Denver was seen at the scene of the attack over the weekend and also sent out a tweet yesterday asking the public for help identifying the perpetrators of the attack.